How old is my pet in human years?


Our Pet Age Calculator will tell you. Turns out it's not as simple as just multiplying a cat or dog's age by 7! Pets can age differently depending on their species, breed, and size. Input your pet's calendar age below

How old is my pet in human years?2023-05-03T02:29:29+10:00

Your guide to senior check-ups


Hi paw parent, just like you, pets want to live a long and happy life. With proper health care management, older pets can live their lives to their full potential, which may be well over the equivalent of 100 human

Your guide to senior check-ups2023-05-03T02:26:46+10:00

Looking after your senior pet


When is a pet classified as being senior or mature? Dogs and cats are considered to be mature adults once they turn 7 years old. Large breed dogs age more quickly and are considered mature at 5-6 years of age.

Looking after your senior pet2023-05-03T02:23:57+10:00

Barbecue & Picnic Hazards


With the sun shining and beautiful warm weather upon us – who can resist a picnic or barbecue with friends!? It is a wonderful opportunity to spend time outdoors and the perfect chance for your pet to come along for

Barbecue & Picnic Hazards2022-01-21T23:27:45+11:00

Hot Weather & Heatstroke


We all love spending quality time with our pets on a hot summer’s day. However, we need to stay vigilant in summer, as the warmer weather can expose our pets to several dangers. One of these dangers is heatstroke. Heatstroke,

Hot Weather & Heatstroke2022-01-21T23:23:58+11:00

Hot Spots


Hot-spots are a common problem amongst dogs, and some breeds like golden retrievers, labradors, and rottweilers may be more susceptible to these than others. What is a hot spot? A hot-spot can otherwise be known as a ‘moist skin rash,’

Hot Spots2022-01-21T23:19:25+11:00

Itchy skin and ear infections


Around springtime, we often see an increase in itchy skin (dermatitis) and ear infections in dogs and cats. How to spot itchy skin You should know almost right away if your cat or dog has dermatitis. Here are a few

Itchy skin and ear infections2021-09-01T01:18:25+10:00



As the weather warms up, we start to see more parasite problems in our pets. Here are some of the more common parasites we come across, as well as some information on the problems they cause and how to get


Keeping your pets active in winter


It can be hard to get out of your warm bed or off the cosy couch on a winter’s morning for exercise, and your pet can feel the same way too! It's important to continue exercising your pet in winter,

Keeping your pets active in winter2021-06-02T20:47:52+10:00

Winter Warmers – keeping your pet warm


As the weather cools down outside and we turn the heaters up inside, it’s important to make sure your pet is happy – but how can we tell? Your pet will display some clear signs if they are uncomfortable because

Winter Warmers – keeping your pet warm2021-06-02T20:21:29+10:00
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