How to Prevent Your Rabbit From Contracting Myxomatosis

Posted on: 18 September 2017
Myxomatosis is a serious viral disease that is extremely hard to treat. In fact, most rabbits unfortunate enough to contract myxomatosis will find the condition fatal. There is a vaccine, but it is not yet available in Australia. With these facts in mind, you need to understand how best to entirely prevent your rabbit from coming into contact with the myxomatosis virus. Use Proper Flea Treatment Myxomatosis is nearly always contracted via parasites, particularly mosquitoes and fleas.
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The Procedures Involved During Animal Desexing

Posted on: 17 September 2017
Many people love pets, causing them to adopt either a dog or a cat. However, one thing such people do not put in consideration is that animals, unlike humans, will always have a mating season where they need to interact with those of the opposite sex to produce offspring. Now, this is where the problem comes as animals produce a lot of offspring which may end up being too much for even the owner to manage.
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How to Protect Your Dog From Cane Toad Poisoning

Posted on: 11 September 2017
Australia is known worldwide for its poisonous animals, and cane toads are no exception. While cane toads don't usually kill humans, their poison can cause cardiac arrest in dogs. Here's how to protect your pooch from cane toad toxicosis. 1. Know How to Prevent Poisoning The best way to protect your dog from toad toxin poisoning is to keep them away from the toads that could cause them harm. Here are 3 ways to prevent a poisoning incident from occurring.
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The 5 Cats That Always Get Left in Shelters

Posted on: 7 September 2017
Animal shelters all over the world are packed with cats needing new homes, so if you're looking for a new furry companion, cat adoption makes a lot of sense compared to buying from a breeder. Certain types of cats, in particular, have a difficult time finding a new home, leaving them stuck in shelters for long periods of time. It's a sad life for these animals, who are often friendly, loving cats that just need someone to take a chance and care for them.
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