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Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) or Cat AIDS

What is Feline Immunodeficiency Virus?

Feline Immunodeficiency Virus is a Lentivirus that attacks the immune system, leaving the cat vulnerable to man...

Pet Holiday Hazards – Keep your pet safe

Holidays are a wonderful time to enjoy with family and friends with Christmas and New Year being just around the corner. But nothing can spoil a good cheer befo...

Pet Diabetes Month – November 2018

November is National Diabetes Month; Diabetes mellitus is a common disorder in dogs and cats, particularly with those overweight or obese. Diabetes mellitus ...

Movember

For those who are looking for a furry companion, one of the many things that you will need to ponder on when getting a new puppy or dog is whether you prefer a ...

Know the risks! – Protect against Ticks

After Ehrlichia exposure in E. canis regions, dogs are 300% more likely to develop Chronic Kidney Disease. Symptomatic dogs that have been exposed to ticks i...

Obesity – “Too much love can kill”

"Too much love can kill", we all, at some point have heard this phrase. It can also be applied to caring for our pets. We love them so much that we indulge them...

Veterinary Nurse Day and Veterinary Technician week

12th of October is Veterinary Nurse Day and 14th till 20th October is Veterinary Technician Day. For these two occasions we asked some of our veterinary staf...

Healthy Cat Month

Every year, the veterinary world celebrates the Healthy Cat Month. The aim of this event is to ensure that cat owners will be educated and well informed on how ...

Summer – what to do if your pet suffers from a heatstroke

SUMMER- Time for a tan, humans would greatly appreciate summer but our furry babies will not. If less is more for us when temperature spikes, shouldn’t it be ...

Dog Handling Training with Rajiv – Calm your dog

‘’Man’s best friend’’, a famous phrase that best describes dogs because of its close relations, loyalty and companionship with humans. So that is why ...