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Posted on 18 Mar 2020 in Puppies, Darwin, Dogs

Pregnancy and Whelping in Dogs

Whether planned or unplanned, there are a few things to consider if you are thinking about breeding your dog.

Before any responsible breeding, it's important to consider the following:

  • Complications with pregnancy and breeding can be costly. Emergency caesarean sections and complications with mother or puppies can add up to many thousands of dollars.
  • Is…

Posted on 18 Mar 2020 in Cats, , Pet Care, Disease, Dogs, Darwin

End Of Life

For many of us, there will come a time when we must make the tough decision to let our pets go.

We all hope that our pets will alleviate us of having to make that choice by quietly passing away in their sleep. However, for most pets, that is uncommon, and we are left with the anguish of deciding when is the day. There is always the quandary- am I robbing them of time or am I prolonging…

Posted on 18 Mar 2020 in Disease, Pocket Pets, Darwin

Rabbit Health


Vaccination

Currently in Australia we offer one vaccination for rabbits called Cylap, which protects against Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease (RHD) virus (also known as Calicivirus). RHD occurs in wild rabbits in Australia and causes acute haemorrhage and death. Cylap…

Posted on 03 Feb 2020 in Puppies, Behaviour, Darwin

Puppy Preschool

Puppy Preschool at All Pets!

Our puppy preschool consists of four 1 hour long classes which run over the course of four weeks. In puppy preschool your animal companions will have the opportunity to learn basic commands; such as sit, stay, and drop whilst in an environment with lots of delicious treats and other young puppies to socialise with. During puppy preschool we will…

Posted on 21 Oct 2019 in Cats, Disease, Dogs, Darwin

What is My Pet's Quality Of Life

What is my pet's Quality of Life?

It is not always easy to judge how your pet is going ,especially when they are a part of the family and when you see them everyday. Subtle changes may go unnoticed and our furry friends can be very good at 'coping' with illness, pain and distress without showing any obvious signs.

You…