New Year’s Eve preparation for your pets

New Year’s Eve preparation for your pets

New Year’s Eve may be a time for celebration, but animal experts have urged people to keep their furry friends in mind on December 31. Animal Emergency Service Underwood director Dr Alex Hynes says the holiday season is one of the most dangerous for pets, with...

Valentines Day Vs Toxic Flowers: Make the right choice

Valentines day: A day where we celebrate the purity of all that is love and romance! Historical customs of this particular day has men rushing about buying bouquets of flowers to surprise their significant others but this can be a deadly decision. A surprise for many...

PET OBESITY AWARENESS

The importance of keeping your pet a healthy weight With winter finally finishing up, there is always a general consensus that the population always carries a few extra kilos come the end of the season, and in 2005, researchers from the School of Veterinary Science at...

WINTER WARMERS – Keeping your pet warm this winter

With winter announcing its presence with some chilly mornings, we are really starting to feel it. It’s important to remember that our four legged friends can get a bit chilly too! Whilst we can easily pop on a jumper, wack on our trusty Ugg boots or snuggle up to the...

WINTER WARMER IDEAS – Keeping your pet warm this winter

With winter announcing its presence with some chilly mornings, we are really starting to feel it. It’s important to remember that our four legged friends can get a bit chilly too! Whilst we can easily pop on a jumper, wack on our trusty Ugg boots or snuggle up to the...

Greyhounds – A life after racing

Last year – 2016, appeared to be year of the greyhound. Anti racing bills trying to pass through the senate, trainers getting arrested and charged for animal cruelty and many small defenceless animals that were used for live baiting being released free. Now...