Hair loss, itching and skin wounds are one of the most common and frustrating skin conditions of rats.Continue reading “Causes Of Itching, Scratching & Hair Loss In Rats”
- A rat with sneezing, watery eyes or wheezing should always see the vet
- Once a rat develops breathing problems or gasping, it’s urgent
- Rat respiratory infections are preventable and respond best to early treatment
Now dive deeper…Continue reading “Help! My Rat Has Heavy Breathing”
Before you have an emergency, it’s good to know which after hours vet is closest and how you will get there in a hurry. There are four veterinary hospitals open 24 hours a day, seven days a week in Adelaide*. We created this clickable map by comparing travel times to each one from various locations. Please use it to get directions to your nearest vet when your regular vet is closed.
Walkerville Vet is open 8am to 6:30pm weekdays and 9am to 1pm Saturdays. Vets start consulting at 9am.Continue reading “Find An Adelaide Emergency Vet Open Late”
Does your dog need an operation? Want to know what to do when your cat has surgery? How do you prepare rabbits or rodents for an anaesthetic?
When the time comes, here’s our guide to how to get your dog, cat, rabbit, ferret, rat or mouse ready for surgery. There’s also a guide to what to do for dogs and cats after surgery.
So, you asked your kids or partner what they want for Christmas and they said: “a puppy”. That’s awkward.
You want them to be happy but you know you shouldn’t give pets for Christmas. Maybe you even want a pet yourself. What do you do?
The answer to this moral choice is: “it’s complicated”. I’m not going to say it’s always a bad idea (later I’ll discuss how you can give pets ethically). First, though, there are some important issues with the giving of pets.Continue reading “Can A Pet Be For Christmas AND For Life?”