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Finding rental places with pets can be a real challenge. Owning property in Sydney is an impossible dream for many people, forcing them (and their furry friends!) to search for rental options. Unfortunately, the struggle to find pet friendly housing leads to the surrender and...

Signs of An Ear Infection Head rubbing dog has itchy ears Red and smelly ears Black or yellow discharge coming from ears Tilting of the head Deafness Reluctance to be touched around the ear or head Unusual swelling/s on the pinna (external cartilage) of the...

Daschunds (sometimes known as sausage dogs or dackels) are one of the most instantly recognisable dog breeds in the world. They have been made famous by Disney, social media and well-known enthusiasts such as Peter Alexander. But while everyone is quick to comment on how adorable...

Your pet has had a big day today undergoing their dental surgery, now it’s time for some rest and relaxation. Keep your pet quiet tonight as he/she recovers from surgery. You can feed a normal meal but if your pet has had teeth removed give...

Why we’re Pro-Proheart   There are many different brands of heartworm preventatives on the market these days. Of these many brands, the vast majority contain the active ingredient milbemycin oxime. Why is this important information for you, a dog owner? Because, if you are one of the...

There are around 70 species of ticks in Australia. Of these many ticks, you have probably heard of Ixodes holocyclus, or the paralysis tick. Preventative medicine has thankfully come a long way in the last decade and we are lucky enough to have access to fantastic...

Is your dog affected by Brachycephalic airway syndrome? If you have any brachycephalic or ‘squishy faced’ breed of dog then yes, your dog is affected. Brachycephalic dogs have been bred to have a shortening of the nose and face to create that cute look that we...

Vet providing free treatment for homeless pets hopes to expand offering Australia-wide Project Hope provides free of charge care for animals at the Southern Cross veterinary clinic in Sydney's inner west. In many ways, it's a typical vet clinic – except it offers some of its services...

Having a Pet Friendly Valentine’s Day Valentine's day is one of the most romantic days of the year. It doesn’t matter if you’re single, taken or somewhere in between, Valentine’s Day can be a great day to spend with your pets, too! You may be surprised...

So close, yet so far. How we almost eradicated feline panleukopaenia virus. Feline panleukopenia virus, also known as feline enteritis, is a deadly viral infection of cats that was first discovered more than 100 years ago. As pet owners started to religiously vaccinate their kittens...