With summer just around the corner and our beautiful country to explore, many of us will be thinking about heading away from home. When you have a pet, there’s plenty of things to think about and plan for before packing your bags!
Coming into summer the weather is much warmer, and there are some things we need to know to keep our pets enjoying the summertime like ourselves.
Obesity has become a huge problem for today’s pets. Weight gain in animals is often viewed as cute and innocent but it can cause some serious health conditions if not addressed. Admittedly it can be hard to resist the puppy dog eyes as they stare up at us at the dinner table but for their health, resisting is often in their best interest!
Tauranga, Te Puna, Katikati and Papamoa Village Vets are giving your pet the chance to lose big, while giving you the chance to win big!
Our pets are now living healthier and longer lives than ever before. However just like us humans, our pets present similar age-related changes as they grow older.
As we enter the winter months this year, many of our dogs will start to feel worsening of their aches and pains due to arthritis.
Taking on a new puppy can be in equal parts exciting and daunting. A badly behaved puppy will soon turn into a not-so-well behaved dog, which can have serious consequences. We’ve compiled a list of Top Tips, to help steer you in the right direction when training your puppy.
We have all been feeling the heat lately, including our pets. Here are some safety tips to help our pets get through summer.
A very unfortunate event, just before Christmas has turned into a long but successful recovery for little Molly, a gorgeous Pomeranian cross puppy. Tracey arrived with Molly at our Tauranga clinic entrance just as our doors were opening at 8 am - a few days out from Christmas. Molly had jumped out of Tracey’s arms as she was putting her down, but landed in a funny way when she did so. “She let out a
Cooper came to us before Christmas in not very good shape, however we are pleased to report that after a big surgery and a bit of help from a fellow canine he is back to his normal self.