Dog talk

Q & A: Anal gland infections

Q: Why do dogs get anal gland infections, what are the symptoms and how serious is the condition? A: Anal glands are pheromone-secreting glands which

Healthy dog signs to look out for

Here’s a short guide to help you determine the health status of your pet. Health checks should be done throughout the year, not just at

Hereditary conditions and pet insurance

Hereditary health conditions are those that are transmitted from the parents to the offspring through DNA. The genetic make-up of an individual is a combination

How to become a vet

Becoming a vet involves more than just a strong desire to help animals. It requires dedication and hard work, expertise in animal biology and science,

Q & A: Eating cat poo

Q: How can I prevent my dog from eating the cat’s stool from the litterbox? A: This is a very common problem, and although we

Dental care for your pets

By the time your pet is two years of age he will probably have some degree of gingivitis (inflammation of the gums). With increasing age,

Building special bonds

Creating and maintaining a strong bond with a pet can be more beneficial to us than we realise. Looking into those puppy eyes or sitting

Q & A: Stickler for routine

Q: How important is routine in a dog’s life? A: Sticking to a routine as much as possible has definite benefits for your dog. Dogs

Goals and plans for 2024

New year’s resolutions are great – if we stick to them. We tend to make them on the spur of the moment but don’t always

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