Wahroonga
12
Aug

Online vet advice: How to keep pet teeth clean

At Fox Valley Animal Hospital, we believe in making online vet advice available via our social media (such as Facebook and Twitter) and our blog. This is one such time. We see lots of our pet patients showing various signs of dental disease. These discoveries are normally picked...
06
Aug

Why pet dental health is important

Smelly breath, inflamed or bleeding gums. Facial swelling. Reluctance to chew or yelping while eating. Tooth discolouration and broken teeth.  These issues are all signs of an unhealthy pet’s mouth. And an unhealthy mouth can lead to tooth loss, infection, and jaw problem...
05
Jan

Your guide to Christmas gifts for pets

Vet nurse Hayley takes you through a selection of Christmas gifts for pets featuring the Fox Valley Animal Hospital team!   It’s that exciting time of year again when we enjoy buying stocking fillers for our beloved pets. Dr Alex and the team spend a lot of time...
16
Oct

Dog bones: Is it really worth the risk?

Ask any veterinary practice and they’ll tell you: Dogs and bones do not go well together. Bones (even so called dog bones sold at pet shops) are dangerous for dogs because they can cause several health problems. In 2010 the FDA of USA launched a campaign to warn all pet...