Pet Food Safety

In this article: Food picture table; Preventing Pets from Eating Dangerous Foods; Don’t Forget About Treats. It’s always tempting to give in to those puppy-dog eyes and allow your pet pooch a treat off your plate or to add an extra scoop of food to their bowl. However, feeding your pet the correct diet is READ MORE

Dogs and Allergic Dermatitis. Everything you need to know!

In this post: What is Dermatitis; Help! My dog is itchy! How To Stop Itchy Dogs Scratching? Common symptoms; Flea allergy dermatitis (FAD); Food Allergy Dermatitis; Inhalant/Environmental Dermatitis (Atopic Dermatitis); Dog parents guide. What is Dermatitis? Dermatitis is an inflammation of the skin. The word “dermatitis” is used to describe a number of different skin rashes READ MORE

✔ Dogs Fleas & Ticks. Quick guide!

The vast majority of pet parents have or had a bad experience dealing with fleas & ticks. For this reason, it is very important to keep ourselves informed when we encounter these little parasites. Even though they can bring quite a few difficulties to pet parents and their paws, fleas & ticks are actually interesting READ MORE

Deworming. What you need to know!

In previous posts l was informing you that when you come for a vet check-up you can ask the receptionist if you need to bring in a stool sample. Did you ever wonder why? Yup, you guessed it! We are checking for parasites (worms) in your pet`s poop. It is very common for young animals READ MORE

✔ Be ready for your vet visit

1. Saving More Time During Consultation! Most veterinary clinics have a specific time alocated for consultation meaning that to be able to help more pets we need to have a schedule. When you usually book an appointment, the receptionist asks you what time interval would suit you better so that she can check to see READ MORE