Heads up to all pet owners! Fireworks are coming!

Heads up to all pet owners! Fireworks are coming!

With the festive season upon us, fireworks may be on the cards. Check out VetMeds ‘top tips’ to help your pet get through what can be an anxious experience: If you know when there will be fireworks, take your dog out for a good walk during daylight hours...
Tick Paralysis – How it can affect your dog or cat

Tick Paralysis – How it can affect your dog or cat

7 month old male poodle mix “Licorice” came to VetMed recently after being unwell – a few vomits, hiding in the back yard, making a coughing/grunting sound and not eating his food. On physical examination he was found to be tense all over, swaying on...
A Simple Guide to Toilet Training for your Pet

A Simple Guide to Toilet Training for your Pet

Toilet training is one of the most rigid problems that a pet owner faces. No one is a master at training their pets on, or about toileting. It requires patience and persistence. Well, no worries. Over the years, vets have found simple ways to maintain and develop...
How to Improve Your Cat’s Coat and Skin?

How to Improve Your Cat’s Coat and Skin?

The condition of a cat’s coat and skin is a lot more than just appearances, it has a lot to do with general health. Building a sturdy foundation including sound nutrition, proper grooming, and efficient flea prevention is essential for good skin and a shiny healthy...