Household Hazards to Pet Birds

Pet birds are surprisingly delicate, and many things in your home can actually pose a serious threat to their health and wellbeing.

Ten signs that Fido or Puss might be diabetic

A growing epidemic amongst our pets, recognising and spreading awareness about diabetes in dogs and cats is vital to helping pet owners spot and treat the disorder early. Here are ten warning signs to watch out for.

Happy Feet

Even though your dog spends so much time on his feet running, jumping and fetching, he does it with only one type of footwear—his paws. Here are five paw care tips that you can do to keep those feet happy.

The importance of an annual vet check

Because your dog or cat can’t communicate to you when he isn’t feeling well, and because animals are sometimes able to mask symptoms of illness until a disease is advanced, an annual exam conducted by your veterinarian is an important part of maintaining the health and happiness of your pet.

Introducing a second bird into your home

Adding a new bird to your flock is a wonderful way to reduce loneliness and promote natural social behavior. But it is not without its challenges.


Five Things You Can Do to Prevent Pet Theft.

Cherry Eye in Dogs

Cherry eye in dogs affects the tear gland in the third eyelid, and it should be treated early to prevent long-term eye problems.

Sweet-smelling hazards for your furkids

Using artificial fragrances can freshen up your home and mask that undesirable 'doggy smell'. However, studies have shown that it can adversely affect your pet’s health too.

Caring for your hamster

Thinking of keeping a pet hammie? Here are some tips for first-time owners.

The charm of puppy eyes

Study shows that baby-faced dogs with larger eyes get re-homed faster.

Incurable but treatable

The wear and tear of a feline’s kidney cannot be avoided, but early detection of this renal disease can help maintain good kidney health for as long as possible.