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How to keep your senior cat happy and healthy

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We’ve talked about senior pets and dogs– so now it’s time for senior cat advice. A senior cat is a wonderful pet to have. Cats are wonderfully self-assured animals with lovely personalities. Adopting a cat of all kinds of ages is usually a positive experience. But like any... Read More →
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Prevention is better than cure with senior pets

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We continue looking at senior pets on our vet clinic blog. Last blog, we talked about signs you may see in your senior dog of ill-health or a loss of mobility. Today, our Wahroonga vet clinic looks at what you can do to support your doggy senior with some simple changes in... Read More →
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Signs of ageing and special health needs in your senior pet

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A senior dog is an excuse to payback all the wonderful things they have given you over the years. Think of all those waggly-tailed welcomes, snuggles on a cold day and times when your dog knew when you needed some fur-therapy. Old age for your dog means changes to most facets of... Read More →
dog health

Dog health: 5 supporting services to enrich the life of your dog

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Dog health is a multi-faceted subject and it doesn’t begin and end with quality vet care. Gone are the days where we pop Fido out the back on a chain or all alone for a day. We’ve come to understand that our relationship with dogs is so much richer and that our canine... Read More →
feline pregnancy

What to do with a pregnant cat to ensure a healthy feline pregnancy

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There are pretty much only two reactions we see at our vet hospital to the idea of a feline pregnancy – one of joy from a breeder or one of worry from a concerned pet owner or citizen. Unwanted kittens are problematic in our society. They cause people to freak out and even the... Read More →
rabbit illnesses

How to spot common rabbit illnesses in your pet bunny’s skin

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Ensuring you can spot common rabbit illnesses is a little tougher than the average cat or dog relationship. This is partly because rabbit healthcare isn’t covered quite as much as our feline and canine friends. And because pet bunnies are amazingly good at masking symptoms.... Read More →
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Maintaining pet health: Mental stimulation matters to your family pet

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When we think of pet health, we think of dog walks or cat gymnasiums, hamster wheels and the physical equipment that get a body moving. Pet exercise for the body is incredibly important. Like humans, your pets can fall foul of obesity, heart issues and even increase their risk of... Read More →
cat stress

Is your cat stressed? Check out these tips to see

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Just like you and me, our family pets can get stressed. Including our cool friends, the cat. Cats and kittens can have stress for a variety of reasons. Some can be stressed due to experiences in shelters. They may have biological and temperament sensitivities. Perhaps it’s... Read More →
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Pets in apartments: How to make sure everyone is happy

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Pets in apartments – it’s not such an alien concept these days. As Sydney house prices increase, more people are thinking about units, townhouses and apartments. In Wahroonga and the Kur-ring-gai area, while houses still dominate, smaller types of housing are becoming... Read More →