Frequently Asked Questions
- FAQI think my dog has anxiety. What do I do?Behaviour therapy and medications may be of assistance. Discuss with your vet.
- FAQMy dog ate chocolate - now what?Call your vet for advice - depending on the amount eaten, they may need to be seen immediately. Minor cases can sometimes be monitored from home.
- FAQMy cat keeps vomiting. What should I do?Occasional vomiting might not be cause for concern – if the problem persists, a vet check may be necessary.
- FAQMy pet needs to see a vet, but I can't afford the bill. Now what?Talk to your vet - they may offer payment plans with a deposit in some circumstances.
- FAQHow do I know if my dog is pregnant?There are physical and behavioural signs to look for—however only a professional diagnosis can give you a definitive answer.
- FAQHow can I tell if my cat is sick?Changes in behaviour, eating and drinking habits, urine and defecation output, vomiting and coughing may be common signs of illness.
- FAQCan a vet help with my dog constantly barking?Maybe. It is a good idea to see a vet for a check-up for any medical issues, as well as tips that may manage barking.
- FAQWhy does my pet pace at night?Old age can cause dementia-like behaviours in pets. Anxiety, pain, or another underlying medical issue may also find it difficult to settle.
- FAQHow can I tell if my pet has fleas?Fleas are small and fast, and can sometimes be hard to detect. They commonly hide under armpit and groin areas.