What Should Your Do if Your Puppy Eats a Key?

If your puppy is a bit of a chewer and tends to chew on anything they can find, it can be all too easy for them to swallow a key when chewing on a key ring. Here are some tips on what to do if you think they have eaten a key.  Remove the key ring from reach If there is still a key ring close by, then it's important to grab it and get it out of reach to prevent the puppy from continuing to chew on it.

First Time Boarders: Tips To Make Sure Your Diabetic Dog Has A Good Boarding Experience

It's hard to feel comfortable about the decision to leave a special-needs dog in the care of strangers, but sometimes situations are such that you have no choice. As the owner of a diabetic dog, having to place your pet in a boarding kennel may raise your anxiety levels, but there are several things you can do to make sure your dog has a safe and comfortable experience. Choose A Kennel With A Vet

4 Types of Cat that are More at Risk of Gum Disease

Gum disease isn't a condition that many people associate with cats, but cats can certainly develop it. Any problems with the gums can be serious,and many cats can lose all their teeth as a result. Here are four types of cats that are most likely to be affected. 1. Cats with Misaligned or Crowded Teeth As with humans, cats who have misaligned or crowded teeth are more likely to experience dental problems.

Are Foxes a Pest or a Pet?

A cute, fluffy baby fox certainly has appeal as an unusual pet. And there are a number of fox rescue centres across Australia that actively advertise orphaned kits for adoption as family pets. But should you take on a fox as a pet? If you're thinking of adopting a baby fox, read on to find out more. Pests or pets? The first thing to understand is that the fox is not a native Australian species.

Understanding Glaucoma In Cats

Glaucoma is a chronic condition that occurs when the fluid in your cat's eyes doesn't drain away efficiently. A build-up of fluid increases the pressure in the eyes and can cause blindness by damaging their optic nerves. There's not always an identifiable reason for cats developing glaucoma, but it can be caused by inflammation, injury and eye disease. Here's what you need to know about glaucoma in cats: Symptoms Symptoms of glaucoma in cats can include: