Red Flags of the Immediate Need to Enrol Your Dog in Puppy School

Introducing a new pet into your home can be exhilarating. In addition to providing endless hours of playtime, the child-like behaviour of the puppy is bound to flood your family with endorphins. But just like toddlers, puppies are learning new behaviours each day. And if you do not mould their demeanour right from the beginning, you could end up with a menace on your hands. Before you know it, you might start contemplating rehoming the puppy because you can no longer deal with their behaviour. [Read More]

Three Canine Winter Illnesses That Warrant A Vet Check Up

A healthy dog is a happy dog, and many pet owners know the benefits of attending annual appointments at the vet for vaccination shots and an overall check-up. But, outside of that yearly visit, how often does your dog need a veterinary check-up? With winter on its way, there are several colder weather ailments that require veterinary attention. Here are three common canine winter illnesses that you must make a vet appointment to discuss. [Read More]

Unique Pet Grooming Services That Startup Groomers Should Offer

Australia has over 29 million pets, with dogs accounting for 40% of the number. Besides, the trend does not seem to be slowing down. Fortunately, it only means one thing for pet groomers: more business. However, with over 4000 pet groomers in the country, cutting it as a new pet grooming service provider can feel like an insurmountable exercise. Nonetheless, it does not have to be the case, especially if you offer services that other pet groomers do not provide. [Read More]

Answers to 5 Common Pet Ultrasound Questions

A pet ultrasound is an effective and safe diagnostic imaging technique that can be used to locate swallowed objects, the location of potential tumors or even to track cardiovascular health. If your vet has recommended an ultrasound, you may have a few questions.  1. Is the Ultrasound Painful? An ultrasound is a painless process. In most cases, there isn't even any discomfort involved for your pet. The only time minor discomfort may be a concern is if a fine needle aspirate or biopsy is done at the same time as the ultrasound. [Read More]