“Roses are red

Violets are blue

For kissable fresh breath

Give me a chew”

Greenies began production in 1996 and have since given dental care to many dogs and cats around the world. They clean teeth and maintain healthy gums when given on a daily basis.

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We assume because our animals our outside regularly, they can tolerate the weather better than we can.  This is not the case and with the warm weather now upon us, it is time to ensure we know the signs of heatstroke in your pets and how to avoid this debilitating condition.  Heatstroke is a serious condition that can lead to multiple organ failure. 

Animals can die quickly if not treated.

Heatstroke can be avoided by common sense rules:

  • Keep your pets in a cool, shaded area with good ventilation
  • Do not exercise in hot, humid conditions
  • Never leave them in a car
  • If inside is cooler than outside, bring them inside
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Pets can’t say how they’re feeling, it’s usually how they look or act that tells you something is wrong. Blood testing frequently detects illness in your dog or cat before they show any outward signs of disease.  Testing gives immediate insights that we might not otherwise discover and treating your pet early can lead to a better outcome and possible lower treatment costs. 

Blood work is necessary in sick animals or emergency situations.  It gives a valuable picture of your pet’s health and helps make immediate decisions regarding treatment options.

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Variety is the spice of life and just like us, pups and dogs get bored doing the same thing each day.  We all soon learn there are specific types of games that our dogs enjoy more than others – often this varies upon breed and what “type” of dog he his.

Do you recognise your dog?

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