All posts by Tracy Wilson

Chocolate is not the only poisonous human food to our pets?

Each year we warn our clients about the deadly affects that chocolate can have on our pets. But it is not the only human food that can be very dangerous. Onions, garlic, macadamia nuts, raisins, grapes and even avocados are other everyday food items that are harmless to people but should not be included in … Continue reading Chocolate is not the only poisonous human food to our pets?

Childs Nerf Toy becomes HAZARD

Teddy the Burmese just could not help himself and had to join in the fun and play with his owners nerf gun bullets. Young cats like him love to play with small toys and sometimes eat objects around the house to entertain themselves. It was not until Teddy started vomiting and his concerned owner brought him … Continue reading Childs Nerf Toy becomes HAZARD

Team Member Spotlight: Phoebe

Phoebe (Veterinary Nurse) Phoebe has always been passionate about all animals. In 2014, after volunteering with rescue elephants in Thailand she decided to pursue her dream of working with animals and began studying Veterinary Nursing. She absolutely loves nursing and helping to care for our client’s fur babies. She is so excited about getting to work each day with such … Continue reading Team Member Spotlight: Phoebe

Air travel with cats’ considerations

The school holidays are just around the corner and its vacation time again for many and many pet owners who fly with their pets or travel long distances in the car question whether they should sedate their cats when they travel.   Should you sedate your cat? Sedatives have been used for years in pets … Continue reading Air travel with cats’ considerations

A weeeeee little problem!

Meet Kellie, a mature kelpie x who had an embarrassing problem 😞 Kellie has had urinary incontinence for approximately 2 years which has meant embarrassing puddles wherever she sits. Her attentive and loving owner, Meg, has been keeping this under control with daily medications, lots of toilet walks and very well used mop and bucket. As … Continue reading A weeeeee little problem!