The mayhem of moving is a hectic time for all. Some pets cope well – others find moving house very disturbing.
Being prepared for everyday accidents can mean reducing the extent of treatment required or even saving your pet’s life.
Sometimes a dog is allowed to bark. Sometimes it is encouraged to bark, yet other times it is severely punished for barking. How confusing for the dog!
Does your dog leave a wet patch or puddle when it gets up? It's not your dog's fault! Urinary incontinence is most commonly caused by inflammation of the urinary tract, or hormone imbalances in older dogs.
Sarcoptic mange or Canine Scabies is a highly contagious, parasitic skin disease of dogs.
Skin tumours are some of the most common tumours seen in dogs and cats. There are many diifferent types of skin tumours along with different causes and treatments.
Strokes are rare in dogs. A stroke, or cerebrovascular accident, occurs when normal blood flow to the brain is disrupted. Much more common than strokes is Vestibular Disease which produces signs that can look like a stroke.
Many dogs turn into manic mutts when travelling in the car. They bark and whine and pant and pace and scream and howl for the whole car trip.
Heart failure occurs once the heart and circulation cannot cope with their workload. There are many causes and the signs include coughing, exercise intolerance, fainting and an enlarged abdomen due to fluid accumulation.
Early socialisation is critical in the development of your puppy's behaviour. Here's how to make sure your puppy has personality plus!