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Common cat behavioural issues and what to do about them

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...
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Tips for providing positive dog socialisation experiences for your dog

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...
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6 dog myths we humans need to leave behind

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...
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How to care for your cat’s health in summer

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...

How to keep your dog safe in your garden

As Wahroonga vets enjoying the leafy green of the area with our own pets, we know dogs and gardens are a fun combination. There’s backyard cricket with the kids. Dogs love catching a few rays in the sun or having a snooze under a favourite tree. They also make great places for...
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When pet anxiety reigns: what do you with a fearful dog

Our Wahroonga vet nurses are passionate about helping fearful dogs overcome anxiety. We’ve talked about pet anxiety at our vet clinic before- and now we’re taking a deeper dive into fearful dogs. Some dogs will continue to be fearful all their life. It might come from their...
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How to keep your senior cat happy and healthy

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...
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Prevention is better than cure with senior pets

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...
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Signs of ageing and special health needs in your senior pet

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

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....