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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…

Posted on 01 Aug 2019 in Puppies, Cats, Dogs, Darwin, Behaviour, Kittens

Preparing for Desexing Surgery

Desexing our pets makes it easier for us to responsibly care for them, and increases the enjoyable activities we can do with our dogs. There are many health benefits to desexing, as well as positive effects on behaviour. By desexing your pet there are also benefits to our society, in not contributing to the large numbers of unwanted puppies in animal shelters. There are no benefits to your pet in…

Posted on 14 Jul 2019 in Disease, Darwin, Dogs

Medial Luxating Patella

The medial luxating patella (also described as a kneecap that slips sideways) is an extremely common problem in toy breed dogs. An owner typically notices a little skip in the dog’s step. The dog may even run on three legs, holding one hind leg up, and then miraculously be back on four legs as if nothing has happened.

In fact, something has happened: the kneecap has slipped out of the smooth…

Posted on 13 Jun 2019 in Cats, Disease, Pet Care, Dogs, Eyes

Dry Eye

Dry eye is a common condition seen in dogs. It is also known as keratoconjunctivitis sicca or KCS. The normal tear reading for a dog is over 15mm/min. Dry eye is diagnosed when the tear reading falls below 10 mm/min.

Clinical signs of dry eye:

  • Red eye – varies from mild to severe
  • Watery to mucky discharge – thick copious amounts of discharge…