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Caring For Your Pets During Winter

Posted by Reedy Creek Vet on 15 June 2024
Caring For Your Pets During Winter
As the colder months settle in, many of us find comfort in snuggling up with warm blankets and cosy slippers. However, it's essential to remember that our furry friends also feel the effects of winter. Just like we take extra steps to stay comfortable, it's important to extend that same care to our...
 

Unravelling the Mystery: Understanding Canine Compulsive Disorder

Posted by Reedy Creek Vet on 16 May 2024
Unravelling the Mystery: Understanding Canine Compulsive Disorder
What is Canine Compulsive Disorder?Canine compulsive disorder, akin to human obsessive-compulsive disorder, leads dogs to engage in repetitive behaviours that can be detrimental to their wellbeing. While it's challenging to ascertain if dogs experience obsessive thoughts, their actions clearly ind...
 

Is your dog a bit funky? A guide to freshening up their scent!

Posted by Reedy Creek Vet on 16 April 2024
Is your dog a bit funky? A guide to freshening up their scent!
As pet owners, we all want our furry friends to smell fresh and clean. However, sometimes our beloved dogs can develop unpleasant odours that can be indicative of underlying health issues. In this comprehensive guide, we'll explore the common causes of smelly ears, teeth, skin, and anal glands in ...
 

Nurturing the Golden Years: Walking Your Older Dog with Care

Posted by Reedy Creek Vet on 15 March 2024
Nurturing the Golden Years: Walking Your Older Dog with Care
As our four-legged friends gracefully step into their golden years, it's important to adapt and make their well-being a top priority. Let's talk about exercise, specifically the joy of a good walk. While regular walks have loads of perks, taking an older dog for a stroll needs a personalised touch,...
 

Understanding Your Pet's Discomfort: Recognising Signs of Pain

Posted by Reedy Creek Vet on 15 February 2024
Understanding Your Pet's Discomfort: Recognising Signs of Pain
As pet owners, we always want our furry friends to be happy and healthy. However, it can be challenging to determine if our pets are experiencing any discomfort or pain since they can't communicate with us directly. That's why it can be helpful for pet owners to educate themselves about the signs o...
 
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