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    Like Fancy Pet Gadgets? We Love the Healing Powers of K-laser!

    You may have heard rumors about laser therapy for pets and wondered exactly what it is. K-laser is one of the things that really sets our Love That Pet Wellness Campuses apart from the crowd. There are very few vet clinics in Sydney that offer K-laser therapy. K-laser is incredibly safe and effective for a number of […] More

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    2016 Popular Dog Names in Sydney

    There is no question that Australians love their pets. There are an estimated 25 million pets in 63% of households according to the RSCPA. And what’s not to love. These little creatures bring a smile to our faces when they greet us every day at the front door. They make us laugh with their silly antics. […] More

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    Dogs with Eyebrows, Because Why Not

    Move aside, cat videos. The latest comic sensation to have taken the internet by storm is pictures of dogs with eyebrows. This might sound completely random, but you’d be surprised at how hilarious these true eyebrows and photoshopped pictures can be. An otherwise serious looking dog suddenly becomes a hilarious, adorable, silly creature when he’s got […] More

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    Fun Guinea Pig Facts

    A male guinea pig is called a boar and a female is called a sow. Guinea pigs are also known as ‘cavies’ Guinea pigs are able to fend for themselves from 5 days of age. A new born guinea pig can run after just 3 hours after birth. Male guinea pigs will mate from 1 month […] More

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    10 Fun Facts You Might Not Know About Cats

    1. Cats can’t taste sweet things 2. The patterns on their noses are unique, like a fingerprint 3. Cats can’t see directly below their nose 4. Kittens sleep so much because the growth hormone is only released when they sleep 5. Female cats are right-handed, male cats are left-handed 6. Female cats are called ‘Mollys’ and male […] More

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    How to Crate Train a Puppy

    When you’ve had a bad day at work, where is it you go to relax and recover? Perhaps it’s stretched out on the sofa or hiding under a duvet, but we all have a place we go when things get on top of us. Actually, this is the idea behind crate training a puppy. A […] More

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    Heartworm In Dogs and What You Should Know

    it’s a reality. Whilst US dog owners rightly worry about heartworm, this parasite can also infect cats and ferrets, along with wild mammals such as coyotes, wolves, and foxes. How Do Pets Pick up Heartworm? The technical name for heartworm is Dirofilaria Immitis. This heartbreaker spreads from pet to pet via infected mosquitos. When the […] More

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    Torn ACL in Dogs: The Ruptured Cranial Cruciate Ligament

    Your active Labrador jumps for a ball, yelps, and limps away holding up a back leg. OK, perhaps he’s just sprained something. You take him home, put away the leash and insist he rests.  But when several days later, he’s still not using that leg and you start to worry he’s done something serious…like ruptured a […] More

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    Rare and Unusual Cat Breeds

    Devon Rex Anyone who has even known a Devon Rex has no doubt fallen under the spell of this endearing breed. With their soft, curly coat, large ears and sometimes slightly frazzled whiskers, they are cute and snuggly and also highly intelligent. The Devon Rex is a very people-oriented cat not suited to long periods […] More

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    Kidney Disease in Cats

    Think of kidney disease as a: Good news, bad news diagnosis. The good news is in the early stages treatment slows its progression, whilst the bad news is it can’t be cured. Far from being all doom and gloom, there are ways of supporting ailing kidneys, especially with an early diagnosis. If treatment starts when the problem […] More

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    FLUTD – Why My Cat Can’t Pee

    They are all umbrella terms that describe a set of symptoms, rather than nailing down a diagnosis. For example, ‘eczema’ describes inflamed, scaley skin, but it doesn’t tell you the cause; which could be an allergy, infection, stress, hormones, immune-mediated…you get the picture. Likewise FLUTD (feline urinary tract disease) is an umbrella term. Its shorthand, […] More

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    Why is My Cat Vomiting?

    This depends on whether the cat is otherwise well or has health problem causing her to vomit. Clear as mud? Look at it this way. Occasional vomiting can be normal. For example, when a feral cat goes hunting, she gobbles down the kill extra quick before another cat steals it. She digests what she can, […] More

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