Category: Senior Cats

Ear infections with Dogs and Cats
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Ear infections with Dogs and Cats

Often the signs of ear infections will be easy to see, but are not always as simple as a bit of dirt or some red skin. Recognising when things aren’t quite right is an important first step to getting your dog or cat the help they need. What are ear infections? Infections can be mild...

Kidney Disease
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Kidney Disease

The kidneys are complex organs that serve many important purposes, including maintaining blood pH and electrolytes, releasing enzymes that assist bodily functions, and filtering waste from the blood in the form of urine. Like humans, animals can survive with one – but not no – functioning kidney. When the kidneys are not functioning correctly, it...

Parvovirus
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Parvovirus

Much like humans, our pets can often fall into the trap of becoming a little larger around the middle than is desirable. Although

Arthritis in pets
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Arthritis in pets

Much like humans, our pets can often fall into the trap of becoming a little larger around the middle than is desirable. Although

Sydney Leptospirosis Outbreak – Is your pet at Risk?
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Sydney Leptospirosis Outbreak – Is your pet at Risk?

I’m sure some of you might have heard or seen the recent news articles about the deadly bacterial disease outbreak, leptospirosis, in Sydney. Over the past few weeks, Dr Joe and Dr Katy, have been keeping up-to-date with the reports and wanted to ease any uncertainty you might have. The information: 6 confirmed cases of Leptospirosis...

Senior Pet Care in Winter
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Senior Pet Care in Winter

The mercury is starting to drop and the leaves are turning orange. Whilst this means cosy evenings, woolly coats and hot chocolates for us, the cold weather can take a toll, particularly on senior pets. This certainely doesn’t mean they have to stay inside for the whole season. To help you take care of your...

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