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Why what you feed your pet makes all the difference

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Pet food is a difficult area to navigate as a pet owner. Cats may get a bad reputation about being fussy eaters, but you’d think from your dogs’ interest in all kinds of foods that their diet isn’t something you need to put much effort into. Yet the food you serve can have a... Read More →
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Uncovering the world of pets with disabilities

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As an Australian veterinary surgery, we’re no strangers to pets with disabilities. Disabilities in pets can arise from a variety of situations. You may know breeds that are known for having some genetic predispositions such as large breed dogs with genetic hip problems, white... Read More →
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Common cat behavioural issues and what to do about them

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All animals can have quirks. But what do you do when your it’s looking less like quirks and more like cat behavioural issues in your house? Like anyone, when you’re dealing with behaviour related issues, cats need guidance, support and potentially extra help. You as a cat owner... Read More →
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Tips for providing positive dog socialisation experiences for your dog

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Today, we’re looking at providing tips for positive dog socialisation experiences for dogs that might struggle with socialisation. A previous dog socialisation blog for general tips is available on the Fox Valley Animal Hospital blog. We also covered this topic recently in... Read More →
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6 dog myths we humans need to leave behind

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Dogs definitely are the new vogue pet if all the internet memes are anything to go by. However, we’re also still repeating and perpetuating a lot of dog myths along the way. These myths may seem harmless, but they could be causing your dog frustration or even putting them at... Read More →
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What to do when you have a shy dog

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It’s quite possible to have a shy dog. Or to have one that is socially awkward. Heck, you might have a dog that really doesn’t enjoy the company of other dogs at all. Socialising your dog is an important part of your puppy growing into a healthy, happy dog. Yet not... Read More →
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How to keep your family cat safe in the garden

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Your family cat may seem like a tough cookie, but they still need to take care. Especially in the garden. Having them participate safely and happily in family life can be a challenge when outdoor time is involved. Cats have a specific set of dangers that you might want to... Read More →
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How to care for your cat’s health in summer

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When summer rolls around, so too do the need to pay particular attention to your cat’s health. Here at Wahroonga’s Fox Valley Animal Hospital, we do what we can to ensure your cat stays in perfect feline health all year round. We show you how to care for your cat’s health in... Read More →
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How do you know you have the right vet for your pet?

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A common misconception with pet owners is that your local vet is the best option. This isn’t always the case. Getting to a vet fast in an emergency is important, but what happens if the pet care you receive is not up to scratch, then the speed in which you reach it won’t change a... Read More →