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What’s making my cat itch?

Pet health | 16 November 2017

If you’ve noticed your cat scratching, grooming itself excessively, losing hair or developing scabs on it’s skin, it could be suffering from a skin disease. Here are the common causes.
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7 tips to potty train your kitten

Pet health | 29 June 2017

If you want a clean and cat-friendly home, kittens must learn where they should (and shouldn’t) relieve themselves. Get your kitten litter box trained with these tips.
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How to get rid of the chewing lice

Pet health | 26 April 2017

Once latched onto your pet they are difficult to remove, so it's important to detect and treat chewing lice as soon as it's spotted.


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Fur-kid-friendly floors – dos, don’ts and musts

Pet health | 23 March 2017

Your home should be a sanctuary for your new pet so make sure your flooring is safe and comfortable for your fur friend.
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Is there a connection between a wet nose and good health?

Pet health | 09 March 2018

The age-old question has finally been put to rest. The answer might surprise you.


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4 reasons to spay or neuter your pet

Pet health | 05 September 2016

We bust the myths and deal with the facts around sterilisation, the health benefits and the impact on the pet-overpopulation crisis.
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Collar me, maybe?

Pet health | 10 May 2017

How to choose the best collar to make walks, runs (and life) more comfortable for your pet.


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Pack it up – household items that could be hazardous to your pet

Pet health | 12 November 2018

You can’t always keep a close eye on your pet, but you can create a safe environment for them to explore, simply by being mindful of what you leave lying around.


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The toxic food list

Pet health | 06 August 2016

Many everyday ‘people’ foods can be potentially harmful to your pets. Here’s a definitive list of all the foods to be weary of.
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The tooth about cat dental health

Pet health | 03 April 2018

Give your cat daily dental TLC for their pearly whites. Adopt these easy tips to take care of your cat’s teeth.
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Protect your pooch’s peepers

Pet health | 03 April 2018

Dirty or infected eyes can lead to a scratchy nightmare and cause serious damage. Here’s how to keep them clean.
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Cat proof your home

Pet health | 30 August 2018

Before your fur kid sets paw in your house, make sure it’s properly cat proofed. A few small changes could spare your cat from some hairy situations.


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Essential K9 first aid tips

Pet health | 12 March 2018

From bee stings to cuts and scrapes, these tips will help you handle worst-case scenarios and keep your four-legged companion safe in an emergency.


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Cat got the sniffles? Here’s what you need to do

Pet health | 15 September 2017

You may may catch your fur kid sneezing now and then, but when this behaviour becomes more frequent, should there be cause for concern?
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Can I feed my cat the same kind of tuna that I eat?

Pet health | 18 June 2018

Dr Paws dishes out some expert advice about your cat’s favourite fishy snack– and the answer may surprise you.


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How to keep an escape artist inside

Pet health | 30 October 2017

If your dog is out of your yard more often than in, it’s time to get to the bottom of what’s making him want to escape. Here’s how.
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Is it dangerous for my cat to eat bugs?

Pet health | 14 March 2017

Everything you need to know if your cat is a bug guzzler.
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Are my pets bothered by mosquitoes like I am?

Pet health | 08 March 2017

Did you know your fur kid could be just as itchy and frustrated as you are when annoying mosquitoes are hanging around?
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How far is too far to run with my dog?

Pet health | 17 February 2017

Running with your dog is a great way to bond and stretch your fur kids legs. What to consider when making your dog a workout buddy.
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All you need to know about your pet’s diabetes

Pet health | 07 December 2018

Like humans, pets can also suffer from diabetes. Managing their condition properly can help improve their quality of life.


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Create the perfect doggy gym

Pet health | 07 December 2018

Don’t let a rainy day stop your pooch from getting their quota of exercise. Get creative and shake up your dog’s exercise routine.


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Q:What can I do to improve my pet’s quality of life?

Pet health | 12 November 2018

A: Coming to terms with a fur kid’s terminal illness is a traumatic experience for any pet owner. Although it’s a difficult time, there are some decisions you can make as their owner to alleviate their suffering.


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How can I make sure my cat doesn’t get FIP?

Pet health | 12 November 2018

Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP) is a progressive viral disease that affects kittens and cats – wild and domestic. FIP is caused by the feline coronavirus which can be found in the saliva and faeces of affected cats


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Puppy training for new fur parents

Pet health | 04 April 2018

Your new pup is not the only one who needs puppy training. Raising a new fur child just takes commitment and love. Here’s what to do in those crucial early days
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How to make the medicine go down

Pet health | 01 April 2016

When it comes to pets’ medicine, a spoonful of sugar won’t help. Here’s how to give them their meds while keeping your fingers.
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Test your tick and flea knowledge

Pet health | 24 August 2017

How clued up are you about these pesky parasites? Take this quick quiz and you’ll be better equipped to offer the best protection for your fur kids.
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10 dietary tips to keep your cat happy

Pet health | 24 August 2017

Cats are quite selective about their eating habits – the location of the food dish, noise, the presence of other animals. Ensure your kitty enjoys her food and still gets the nutrients she needs with these helpful tips:
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Get your couch-potato cat moving

Pet health | 14 September 2018

Some cats are more active than others – there’s nothing wrong with that.


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Signs you should get your pet to the vet

Pet health | 14 September 2018

Pet illnesses are hard to diagnose, but if you’re paying enough attention to your fur kid, you will notice if they’re ill.


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Curb the fur loss: tackle shedding like a pro

Pet health | 17 July 2017

Your pet’s shedding may make you feel like pulling out your own hair, but before losing your cool, get clued-up on why this is happening to your four-legged friend.
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Snake bites – all you need to know

Pet health | 05 December 2016

Snake bites are something all pet parents hope never to have happen to their fur kid.
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Step away from the chocolate – how to keep your dog safe this Easter

Pet health | 03 April 2018

Did you know your favourite slab could be deadly for your dog? Here's why.


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Small bite, big problem

Pet health | 16 November 2017

Here’s The Pawspective’s guide to preventing a small bite from becoming a big problem.
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How to stop your dog from eating too quickly

Pet health | 27 February 2017

Over-excited eating has negative implications on your pet's health - Here's why your hound shouldn't guzzle his meals.
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Tongue talk – all you need to know

Pet health | 13 February 2017

Your dog’s tongue can tell you a lot about their health. Here’s what to look out for.
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Q: Can my dog get flu? If yes, how do I help them?

Pet health | 14 September 2018

Yes, your fur kid can also succumb to flu, just like you do.


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Useful tips for winter nips

Pet health | 18 June 2018

Top tips on how to take care of your precious fur kids in the winter months ahead.


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Fresh tips for a purr-fect litterbox

Pet health | 09 May 2018

No one likes a dirty bathroom – especially not your cat. Here’s some fresh hints and tips for a spotless and sparkling litterbox.
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Itchy, scratchy and rashy: Does your pet have FAD?

Pet health | 29 August 2018

If your pet is covered with in a rash, there’s a good chance they might have Flea Allergy Dermatitis (FAD). FAD is easily treatable.


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Pup pedicure 101

Pet health | 29 August 2018

If your pooch spends most of their time outdoors, chances are you won’t need to cut their nails all that often – they’ll wear down naturally.


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