A Helpful Idea for Grooming an Assistance Dog

Guide dogs and assistance dogs provide an invaluable service to those who need them. These remarkable animals can be needed anywhere their human has to go. The Commonwealth Disability Act 1992 prevents discrimination against someone using an assistance dog, paving the way for these dogs to accompany their humans to any public place. But the very fact that the assistant in question is a dog means certain considerations should be made. Read More 

Cool Down That Poop Tide! Your Dog’s Diarrhoea and What You Should Know About It

If diarrhoea can be unpleasant to you or your children, how much more can it be to your dog? Diarrhoea is a common problem in dogs, and it's among the leading reasons pet owners frequently visit a veterinarian. Though watery poop in dogs may not be a severe problem sometimes, you should rush your dog to a vet if the diarrhoea looks strange and has a strong, pungent smell. The watery stool is a canine affliction that shows your dog is ill. Read More 

Two reasons why it’s critical to get emergency help for your dog if they have a seizure

If your dog ever appears to have a seizure, wherein they twitch or shake profusely and seem to have no control over their body, you must not brush off this incident, even if it only lasted for a few seconds. Instead, you should call a veterinarian that handles vet emergency cases and get them to give your pet a thorough physical examination. Continue reading to get a better idea of why it's so vital to do this. Read More 

How to Succeed as a Start-Up Veterinary Dental Practice

If you have been practising veterinary dentistry for a while but you like the freedom that comes with self-employment, then you should start a private practice. A private practice gives you the opportunity to serve your clients directly and without restrictions. You should, however, understand that there is little room for mistakes if success is something you want. This write-up highlights ways of succeeding as a start-up veterinary dental practice. Read More 

Common Reasons Why Your Dog May Need Surgery

A good number of people who have pets may consider themselves furry parents. Thus, it is unsurprising that you would want the best for your furry friend, providing them with the right care and ensuring that their health is in tiptop condition. Nonetheless, not many pet owners ever think that they might one day have to take their furry friend in for surgery. And if you do not know what signs to be on the lookout for, it is easy to overlook the seriousness of a condition, which causes your pet's health to deteriorate severely. Read More