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Monthly Archives: July 2014

  • What meat should I feed my pet?

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    Allergies, availability, price, nutritional factors, sustainability, suitability, farming practices and processing methods can all factor into the decision making process. Read More

  • Dental health for dogs and cats


    Four out of every five dogs and cats over the age of three years have some sort of dental disease which becomes more severe with age. This can be a real problem for pets and owners because it can lead to more serious problems such as illnesses related to the heart, liver and kidney. Read More

  • Pet Dental Health Month


    August is the AVA Pet Dental Health Month and this year's theme is What lurks beneath: gum disease in pets often goes unnoticed.

    An initiative of the Australian Veterinary Dental Society (AVDS), a special interest group of the AVA, Pet Dental

  • Important Documentation For Your Pet

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    As people we rely heavily on identification documents to prove who we are. Our pets should have similar documentation which can help them in times of being lost or injured. Read More

  • Nutritional Needs of Senior Cats

    Calico CatAs your cat grows older, feeding time can be a real challenge for both you and your cat. Because your cat’s nutritional needs may change or fluctuate upon reaching senior status, it’s important to understand the reasons behind them. Read More

  • Temperate Water Fish

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    Given the time of year, one of the questions many aquarium and pet shops get from interested fish keepers is – “Which tropical fish can I keep without a heater?”  Technically the answer to this is that no tropical fish can be kept without a heater.  But the question from the fish-keeper was most likely meant to be – “Are there any non-goldfish that I can keep in an unheated aquarium?”  Read More

  • The Green Tree Frog

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    Ribbit! Goes the the little Green Tree Frog

    The White’s Green Tree Frog, or more simply known, Green Tree Frog (Litoria caerulea) is a tropical species of frog native to Australia.  Because of its vibrant green colour, large size and easy going nature, this variety is one of the most commonly kept species of frog. Read More

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