3 days ago
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4 days ago
They decided to have a toilet paper party…
Do you have a dog and a cat? How do they get along?
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Masons so good with the kitties
Ruby and her gang
Love it. 😂
6 days ago
Ethylene glycol, the main constituent of antifreeze, is very poisonous to domestic animals, particularly for cats. Signs of antifreeze poisoning can appear just 30 minutes after ingestion. Even the smallest amount can cause kidney failure and death.
Here are a few tips to keep your pet from being poisoned:
· Regularly check your car to ensure it isn’t leaking water coolant
· Always keep antifreeze in clearly labelled, robust, sealed containers, away from pets and away from their environment
· Clean up spills immediately, no matter how small they are and ensure pets cannot access the area until it’s clean and safe
· Always dispose of antifreeze and water coolant safely and responsibly
· Do not allow your dog to wander unattended where he or she could have access to antifreeze.
Despite all precautions, accidents can still happen. If you suspect your pet has come into contact with antifreeze or if they are showing any symptoms like vomiting, appearing depressed/sleepy, uncoordinated, having seizures or breathing difficulties, get them to a vet immediately. The sooner your pet receives veterinary treatment, the better are their chances of survival. ... See MoreSee Less
In MPH..how fast people run away.. 😂
A happy Bonfire Night, everyone! As the hour of the fireworks draws near, we would like to remind all owners that pets might not enjoy them quite as much.
If your furry friend isn’t so keen on seeing the fireworks as we are, there are a couple of simple things you can provide that will make them feel better.
Create a safe spot for them, like with their cage with heavy blankets over it, let them stay inside the house for the duration or let them have access to the quietest room in the houseClose windows, curtains and doors and put music loud enough to mask some of the soundsWalk your dog before sun fall and keep them inside the house when fireworks are likely to startThere are also pheromones or special jackets you can buy that help calm your pet down during this stressful time.
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2 weeks ago
The tardis 🤷🏻♀️
Ready for Halloween?
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Monday morning traffic: universal across species!
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Every time you come home…
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4 weeks ago
Although many diseases and health problems are prevented through flea and worm treatments, vaccination, and good hygiene, there are a few conditions that are more likely to appear as bunnies get older:
· Dental disease – often accompanied by loss of appetite, selective eating and weight loss. Check your rabbit’s mouth regularly for redness, swellings, ulcers and bleeding.
· Arthritis and spondylosis - these are usually painful conditions that affect their joints and bones. It leads to a decrease in their activity and appetite, which is commonly confused as a “normal” part of ageing.
· Obesity - senior pets with reduced mobility tend to gain weight. The extra pounds put pressure on their heart, joints, add stress to the liver and may dramatically reduce the rabbits’ life expectancy.
· Sore hocks or pododermatitis - these are more common in rabbits that are housed on thin bedding and rabbits that are overweight. You can find ulcers and scabs on the bottom of your bunny’s feet and other pressure points.
· Other common conditions include respiratory disease, eye disease, kidney disease and neoplasia.
Keep an eye out for any signs that may indicate your bunny is struggling and do not hesitate to give us a call if you have any questions! ... See MoreSee Less
Maybe a treat will help him be less scared!
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X-rays, short for X-radiation, are a form of electromagnetic radiation, similar to visible light. As they have higher energy than visible light, X-rays can pass through most objects. This ability can be used to create an image. When X-rays hit an object, like an arm, a part will be reflected, a part will be absorbed, and a part will pass through and reach a receiver on the other end. Kind of like a photographic film, when X-rays hit the receiver, it turns black and it stays white if no X-rays go through.
Different objects have different abilities to let the x-rays pass through (density). This creates several shades of grey and is why we can see organs separately on radiographs. For example, the lungs, which are filled with air, let almost all radiation pass through and, as a result, a black image will be generated on the radiograph. As for bones and teeth, the hardest structures on our pets’ bodies, they will absorb most of the radiation, which will not reach the receiver, creating a white image as a result. ... See MoreSee Less