PET CARE TIPS
Read here for tips to help you administer a range of medication to your pets.
Chilly winds, frosts and low temperatures can bring discomfort to our pets but there are simple steps that can make our pets warm up to winter.
Dogs can get anxious and in extreme cases frightened in thunderstorms. They can bark, wince, get clingy and have known to walk around nervously panting and have toilet accidents.
There are times in our area when the mercury can push all the way past 40 degrees. None of us feel like hanging out in this kind of weather, in fact we do our best to get cool and stay cool.
Heatstroke can be the serious and often fatal result of a dog's prolonged exposure to excessive heat. Below are the signs of heatstroke and the actions you should take if your dog is overcome.