They’re our closest companions, so why would you leave them unattended in a hot car? In this episode of RACQ TV, with the help of RSPCA, we look at the how leaving your furry canine friend in the car for just a few minutes, can cause them severe, even life threatening injuries.
Caring for Dogs
Learn what dogs need to be happy and healthy.
A young child with a new puppy can be a delightful experience, full of Kodak moments – but there are precautions you should take for both your child and puppy.
The RSPCA warns all dog owners, puppy owners in particular, to vaccinate for the parvo virus. Learn about parvo virus and how to prevent your dog from getting it.
Attention to your pet’s teeth is just as important as ensuring flea control, regular worming and vaccinations. Pets can often have bad breath.
Heartworm is a common and deadly menace that kills dogs and cats. Understanding heartworm, its damages, how it infects pets and its prevention is a great step towards a healthy pet.
Just like us, our pets feel the effects of a cold winter’s day or night! Learn about how to take care of your pet during the winter.
Worms can be a dangerous problem for your pet and sometimes even for your family. Part of the danger stems from the fact that worms are sometimes difficult to detect.
Demodecosis is a parasitic skin disease caused by a microscopic mite, demodex canis. This condition is different from the classic mange, although both are caused by mites.
Ticks are a serious problem for dogs and cats. They may be small but they are one of the most dangerous parasites affecting domestic animals.
There are far too many unwanted kittens and to a lesser extent puppies. Regretfully, many thousands of cats in particular are euthanased each year in Australia. Desexing can help prevent and reduce this.