Mosman Vet Blog

A “senior” pet refers to dogs and cats over the age of 7 years. This is approximately equivalent to the human age of 50 years. Unfortunately for all of us, aging itself involves damage and loss of function that occurs over time to all cells of the body......

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Most pet owners are aware that dogs and cats can be affected by intestinal worms, however many owners are not aware that several species of canine and feline intestinal worms are actually Zoonotic - meaning they can be transmitted to people. Read our latest blog to find out if your pet (and family!) are at risk, and what simple steps can be taken to keep them safe......

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Heat stress (hyperthermia) is when your dog’s body temperature becomes elevated. The body cannot cope with excessive heat build-up, and the dog can’t cool themselves down enough by dissipating heat. This can lead to multi-organ dysfunction that can be life-threatening.

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The excitement and stress of renovations affects the four legged members of the family just as much as the 2 legged ones. Vets around the country see plenty of cats and dogs suffering the upheavals involved in creating that dream home.

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