The keeping of backyard poultry gives great enjoyment to many people. Unfortunately, poultry, just like dogs and cats, may become ill from many causes.
Some common illnesses in pet birds involve a change of droppings. A change in the colour, frequency, volume, or character of droppings can indicate a problem that requires attention.
Psittacine Beak and Feather Disease (PBFD) is a disease that leads to feather loss and can eventually develop into ‘bald parrot syndrome’.
Proper reward-based dog training works wonders to improve a dog's behaviour. It is vital for puppies and also for any adult dog where behavioural problems are being dealt with.
Fat cats are happy cats! Or so we are led to believe by many cartoons, films and stories. However, obesity is a common problem among today’s household cats and there are many potential adverse effects.
Once you have taken your bird home, you become fully responsible for its care and well-being. It is not good enough to just put them in a cage with some seed and water, and hope for the best.
Is your cat pawing and rubbing at its eye? Does the eye look swollen, red and have a watery or thick discharge? Chances are your cat has conjunctivitis. Read on...
If your dog has an allergic reaction to flea saliva, just one or two fleas can make it intensely itchy. Scratching and biting can result in uncomfortable redness, scaliness and sores.
Goldfish are colourful, peaceful, have a long lifespan and are intelligent!
No matter how aggressive a dog is, it cannot bite innocent pedestrians if it can't get onto the street. For those dog owners with aggressive dogs, the fence must be perfect, or the dogs must go.