Helpful Blogs for Your Pet's Safety and Well-being

June 11, 2020
Overgrown Nails
Overgrown Nails

Your pet's nails should be quite short and not be curling under the foot when standing upright. If they curl under, the dogs nails need to be clipped. The dogs nail contains a blood vessel and nerve (quick) which can grow long as the...

June 11, 2020
Ear Infection
Ear Infection

Any smell or discharge coming from your dogs ears is not normal. Pull your dogs ears back and look regularly for anything abnormal. Smell could be bacterial, fungal or ear mites...

June 11, 2020
Skin Conditions
Skin Conditions

Although most skin problems are not emergencies, it is important to get an accurate diagnosis so the condition can be treated. See your veterinarian if your dog is scratching or licking e...

April 22, 2018
Ticks

Ticks can be seen easily in your pets coat. They look like small spider-like, egg shaped creepy crawlies. They can attach anywhere on your pets skin. Ticks are usually picked up in woodland, grassland or in your garden. You will need to remove the tick with a tick remover and can use tick repellants to avoid you...

April 22, 2018
Matted coat

Matted fur can pull on your pets skin and damage it. It can pull the hair out by the roots and pull on the skin which will be uncomfortable for your pet. The skin is the biggest organ in your dog’s body and can have reduced function because of the matting. Matting in your pets fur can uncover hidden ailments....

April 22, 2018
Anal glands

Dogs have Anal glands which are scenting glands, the two small pouches are on either side of their anus. They make a smelly, oily, brown fluid that dogs use to identify each other and mark their territory. It’s why they often sniff each other’s behinds. Anal sac disease begins as an uncomfortable impaction and can pro...

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