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Debunking rooster myths
Across New Zealand, roosters often find themselves stigmatised for their distinct crow and overlooked in favour of their egg-producing female counterparts, hens.
Kidney problems in pets
Just like us, your pets need their kidneys to be functioning properly in order to be in good health. Read on to learn about some of the issues that can occur with these complex organs.
Ask a behaviouristHow to train your dog not to bark when welcoming you home?My dog Phoebe barks every time I come home from work. Why does she do this, and do you have any tips to make her stop?
Ask a behaviouristWhy do dogs bury bones?My puppy Beau buries every bone I give him in the garden, and then digs it up two weeks later. Why does he do this?
Ask a behaviouristHow can I stop my rabbit from chewing cords?Why does my bunny Eddie chew through cords? How can I get him to stop?
Caring for elderly cats
As cats age they may start developing more health problems. The earlier these problems are recognised, the sooner something can be done to treat the problem, slow down progression, and make the cat more comfortable. However, recognising problems in cats is not always easy!
Vaccinations for dogs
If you have a dog it’s important that you understand the vaccines available to them and how these protect your pet’s health.
Vaccinations for cats
If you’ve adopted a cat or kitten, it’s important that you understand the different types of vaccinations available to them, and how these protect your pet’s health and wellbeing.
Caring for bearded dragons
Bearded Dragons are active, inquisitive, reptiles native to Australia’s arid woodlands and deserts.
They can grow to 30-50cm and can live for around 10-15 years!
Fresh foods for Rabbits
Provide a variety of different types of vegetables and fruits daily.