Now to pick up where I left off in my last post; allow me to highlight the most common symptoms your pets may present with when suffering from a tooth ache and this will include some nauseating pictures. In dogs, the subtle signs they may display include: Favoring soft food, Burying their raw bone instead of tackling it […]
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April 1, 2013
This is a subject very close to my heart. Ever since I graduated, I always struggled with educating my clients about the importance of dental hygiene in their beloved pets. As soon as I noted some tartar or plaque build-up on their pet’s teeth and before I could discuss my recommendations, they would defensively react […]
February 2, 2013
Last time, I discussed three very common lumps I come across in my canine patients. There are a myriad of lumps and bumps that can affect your pets and I simply can’t cover all of them. I do, however, want to shed some light on a few other prevalent lumps and just equip you with […]
January 14, 2013
It must be very scary to discover a lump on your pet especially if it a decent size. I ask you not to panic and I hope this post..
December 3, 2012
I was in the middle of surgery when my colleague walked out and said, get ready for an emergency caesarean. Layla,a 12 month old Great Dane, had been scheduled for a pregnancy ultrasound later that afternoon. Her owner had wanted to check how many puppies were present and to make sure the pregnancy was going […]
November 26, 2012
Lucy adapted really well to her new quarters. Two weeks after having her, I had to board a rescue dog I re-homed named Ro for two weeks.
November 19, 2012
Let me tell you all about my lovely foster dog, Lucy. She is a beautiful 5-year-old female de-sexed golden retriever. She greets you with the biggest grin, loves to be a lap dog regardless of her size and just thrives on attention. I first met Lucy in 2010 as she had a very sore eye. Her […]
November 11, 2012
Allergy season is officially here. The warmer weather does not only bring with it the outdoor adventures but also the flea burden, risk of mites and/or tick infestation, and the unavoidable exposure to a multitude of pollen and grass. It can be quite stressful watching your dog obsessively chewing his/her feet or scratching his/her flank. If you have ever had to […]
August 19, 2012
s your Schnauzer in peak health? This is ‘Episode 1′ of one the most remarkable cases I have..