Working at TAH for the past few years I have seen distraught clients come in or phone desperately looking for their loved pet that has gone missing. I never truly understood their heart ache and pain until one of my … Continue reading
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Does your pet spend most of its time out doors? If this is the case you will need to ensure your pet has a shelter that will keep them dry and warm. Ideally something like a kennel with one entrance … Continue reading
Have you recently added a feline friend to your family? Here are some guidelines to help you through the beginning stages as a new fur parent.
Are you planning on adding a new member to your fur family? Below are some useful tips for all new dog parents.
AT TAH WE’RE LIKE ONE BIG FAMILY, AND WE’RE GROWING! IT GIVES US GREAT PLEASURE TO WELCOME THE FOLLOWING FINE INDIVIDUALS WHO RECENTLY JOINED TAH AS NEW STAFF MEMBERS.
Many people see pigs in a different light to what they really are set in, Here are a few facts about pigs we enjoyed reading. • Pigs are extraordinarily intelligent. They are curious and insightful animals who are widely accepted … Continue reading
*Please take the time to read through these instructions, as inadequate bandage care can have disastrous consequences. The type of bandage used depends on the location and the purpose of the bandage. Please make a note on your calendar as … Continue reading
After birth, the bitch will relax, and care for the puppies. Only in isolated cases will puppies neglect or mutilate their puppies. She will probably have a green/brown/mucoid vulvar discharge, which may be bloody as well. The discharge may persist … Continue reading
Is your pet suffering with otitis externa, which is inflammation of the ear canal. There are several possible causes including bacteria, yeast, ear mites, allergies, foreign objects, trauma or tumours. The hair within as well as the conformation of your … Continue reading
This is a skin disease that is caused by a mite, Demodex canis. This mite is found on all dog’s skin, but may overgrow in puppies. Demodectic mange in older dogs often signals an underlying immunosuppressive condition. The disease causes … Continue reading