Lifestyle

Everlasting freshness

Cats can leave your house in utter disarray, by scratching your furniture or turning your living space into a cursed smell from hell. But you as a cat owner can change your living space to smell like a fresh haven. ...

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Getting a new kitten?

Dreaming of a new ball of fluffy kitten is one thing, but choosing the right breed can be a more intricate decision than to get a new cat. Choosing the ideal breed for your specific lifestyle is more than just ...

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Looking after your chinchilla

Chinchillas make perfect pets for busy adults, students and school learners. They sleep through most of the day and are active at night, so fit in nicely with work schedules. Generally speaking they don’t need a lot of attention, but ...

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Senior cats in winter

Winter … just the word conjures up the idea of shorter days and longer, icy cold nights. And just like we feel the cold in the chilly season, so do our senior furry friends. Cats are creatures of comfort and ...

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10 Tips to help set up your own Koi pond

Koi-keeping is a relaxing, stress-relieving hobby. Koi are intelligent and can be taught to eat from your hand. They can also hear well and respond to your voice! Koi appreciate in value as they grow. The word Koi comes from ...

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Germs and Parasites

Your dog licks your face to show his love and affection for you. But make sure you exercise caution to stop the spread of infectious diseases

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Are our vets earning enough?

From 24 to 27 July, the South African Veterinary Association (SAVA) and the South African Society for Veterinary Epidemiology and Preventative Medicine (SASVEPM) held a congress at Birchwood Hotel and OR Tambo Conference Centre, Boksburg.

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A to Z on pet care (Part 3 of 3)

Do you have what it takes to be a responsible pet owner? Caring for an animal requires a firm commitment to the animal’s health and welfare throughout his life

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