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Posted on 13 Jan 2014 in Dogs, Cats, Nutrition, Obesity

Overweight Pets

Obesity is a common problem in Australia, not only for people, but for dogs and cats too. Weight loss can be challenging, but losing weight and getting fit can add years to your pet's life, and make those years considerably more enjoyable.

Is your pet overweight?

It is not always easy to notice that your pet is starting to get overweight. Your vet will…

Posted on 21 Nov 2013 in Dogs, Disease, Vaccines

Canine Leptospirosis

Canine Leptospirosis is a fact of life in the Top End. It is a disease that is entrenched as one of our wet season dramas, not because it is common, but because it is almost always fatal.

With the wet season now here, it is important to make sure that your dog is up to date with their Leptospirosis vaccinations. Two vaccinations 3-6 weeks apart are required initially (puppies have this at…

Posted on 14 Oct 2013 in Dogs, Puppies, Disease

Parvovirus

Parvovirus is a devastating infectious disease of dogs which causes severe diarrhoea (often with blood), and vomiting. If untreated it usually leads to severe dehydration, sepsis, and death. It is a virus that attacks the rapidly dividing cells of the intestines and bone marrow, causing severe damage and suffering. It is most commonly seen in puppies and adolescent dogs.


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Posted on 04 Oct 2013 in Dogs, Cats, Nutrition

Dangerous Foods For Pets

Most people enjoy giving their dog some human food as a treat every now and then, but there are some foods that should never be fed to pets. The following is a list of dangerous food items to keep away from your pet.

 

Chocolate

Most people know that chocolate…

Posted on 26 Aug 2013 in Dogs, Cats, Dental

Dental Disease in Dogs and Cats

Four out of every five dogs and cats over the age of three years have some sort of dental disease, which becomes more severe with age. This can be a real problem for pets and owners because it can lead to more serious problems such as illnesses related to the heart, liver and kidney.

At All Pets we recommend that you check your pet's teeth regularly. Pets often won't show pain. Even pets…