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    4 Common Questions About Bloodwork and your Pet

    Nov 28 2016

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    Pets can’t say how they’re feeling—it’s usually how they look or act that tells you something is wrong. Blood testing goes a step further, showing us the earliest signs of…

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    Why do dogs eat grass?

    Jul 08 2016

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    Dogs commonly eat grass and we as owners often wonder why they do. The answer is that there are as many explanations to this behaviour as there are grass munching…

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    Canine Calm Coats

    Jul 08 2016

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    Dog anxiety is a modern day reality. Symptoms can range from changes in behaviours, such as repetitive licking, hiding, diarrhoea, aggression, puddles on the floor, skin reactions, noise phobia, separation…

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    Winter Chills

    Jul 08 2016

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    Winter Dangers to our pets With winter in full swing it can be easy to overlook the dangers of cold weather for our pets and forget about the importance of…

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    Torus Water Bowls

    Jul 08 2016

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    Portable filtered water bowls We are now stocking these awesome water bowls. Torus Water Bowls are the fresh new way to ensure your dog drinks clean water at any time.…

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    What to feed your pets

    Jul 08 2016

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    We are often asked by owners why they should choose to feed a premium food that we stock over a supermarket brand. Mainstream supermarket food is less expensive to buy,…

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    Vaccinations

    Jul 08 2016

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    Is your pet going on Holiday too? Don’t forget for best protection pets must be currently vaccinated when you board them during the holidays. If they are not currently vaccinated,…

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    Summer Sun and skin cancer

    Jul 08 2016

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    Animals are as susceptible as we are to skin cancer and increased exposure to the suns rays brings the same risk of follow-on problems. Ears and noses are vulnerable especially…

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    Microchip Cat feeder

    Jul 08 2016

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    Cats are solitary creatures by nature, yet nearly two thirds of NZ cats live in multi-cat households. While many cats may manage to live together quite happily, tension can still…

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    Found a baby bird?

    Jul 08 2016

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    Have you ever found a baby bird that has fallen out of its nest and wondered what to do? If the baby bird has little or no feathers; Gently and…