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Ekka Animals
It’s almost that time of year again when one of Brisbane’s most beloved pastimes, the Ekka, rolls around. Aside from
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Dogs and Discipline
We all love our pets, but knowing what to do when they show undesirable behaviours or act inappropriately can be
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best apps for pet lovers
Best apps for pet lovers
Knowing how to keep your pets healthy and happy has never been easier thanks to the huge variety of apps
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All about pet insurance
All about pet insurance
Owning a pet is one of life’s biggest joys. They bring love and laughter into our homes and are part
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cats and lilies
Cats and Lilies
It’s nearly Easter time, which means lots of flowers and chocolates around the house. One flower often given as a
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How to beat the heat for dogs, cats and pets
Beat the heat
The worst of the summer heat waves might be over, but with high temperatures still common in Brisbane at this
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free vaccinations and health check ups everyday in july
FREE health checks + vaccinations EVERY DAY in July!
The House Call Vet is turning 3, and to celebrate our birthday, we’re giving away 1 FREE health check and
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Understanding and Managing Arthritis
Did You Know? Arthritis affects approximately 25% of our pet dog population This increases to 50% of ALL dogs aged
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Winter is Coming!
It’s starting to get cold! Which means it’s that time of year when our elderly pets might start showing new
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5 Human Foods Deadly To Your Pet
Ok, so these aren’t technically “pet foods”, but in the eyes of your pet, almost anything that is chewable or
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