My cat, Indie, vomits regularly. Not just hairballs but undigested food as well. Regularly as in several times a day to several times a week. I've tried many pet foods, and only one has minimized the vomiting to only several times a week. I would like to see it not happen at all. Any advice?
After my previous pet dog died my daughter got me a nearly four year old Caboodle,Evie.I am 82 yrs and have fibromyalgia which means I cannot walk Evie.However a kind neighbour whose own dog has recently died,said she would walk Evie around our Retirement Village.Things were going well but suddenly Evie has decided she does not want to leave me!What can I do?She is a gentle companion dog for me as my husband passed away last January.Thank you so much.Patricia.
I have a 14 year old Jack Russell (Jack) who has been prescribed Vetmedin 5mg chewable tablets half twice a day. We have tried everything to get his medication down which has become very stressful for Jack, my husband and myself. My question is, will it be okay if I crush his Vetmedin medication, mix it with vegemite and put it in his mouth as Dr Cris did in his video.I just need to check that I am doing the right thing with this particular medication.
Dear Bondi Team,My 1.5 old mainecoon has dark stains in the inner eye corner as a result of tiny amount of liquid coming out from the eye. The inner eyelid is also reddish (brown red). He doesn't have any problems with that - he eats well (meat only diet), bowel movement is propper, he is joyful, sleeps well. Does not show any signs of problems with the eyes. Doesn't squint, opens eyes normally. He was given eyedrops containing neomycinum, gramicidinum and fludrocortisoni acetas, but that didn't change anything.Should I be worried about that, or is it just a cosmetic feature of his?
We'd be so grateful for some expert help! Our beloved, 7yo Border Collie, Lucy, is increasingly impatient with our 16 month-old daughter (first child). Our daughter loves Lucy dearly and is learning to be gentle with Lucy and give her space. She gives Lucy lovely cuddles, but she also tugs at Lucy's paws and hair. Lucy has always been slightly awkward around children! As soon as our daughter gets close, Lucy growls. That is, unless, we are outside playing and throwing the ball. We have a large property for Lucy to get exercise and she gets exercise with us, but admittedly not as much as she did before we had our daughter. Poor Lucy - life has changed a lot. Lucy has always enjoyed being an inside dog in between her runs at the beach or in the backyard. I am beginning to think that I have to keep her outside to prevent any harm but she appears miserable about that as well and cries to be let in. I'm wondering, although she hasn't traditionally been particularly playful with other dogs, would she benefit from another adult dog to run around with? Will she adjust to more time outside during the day if that's what it takes to give her some space? Any advice will be greatly appreciated.
Hi Bondi Vets,I have a 14 week old Sheepadoodle called Jazzy (Old English Sheepdog x Poodle, f2) I've had her since 10 weeks of age. She is not responding to her name, or any noise. I have tried to rattle keys next to her ear when she is asleep, bang on glass, even tried the youtube videos with the high frequency noises and she doesnt flintch or respond. What can I do to find out if she can hear. I contacted the breeder and her vet and they both said she was fine when they were in their care. They advised they could provide a refund on her return which I refused! I love her to bits but I want to know what I can do about her hearing.She is responsive to food so I can teach her to sit, shake, down, but I don't know what to do to get her attention etc.Appreciate your advice and assistance. This is a pic of my little girl Jazzy.
I’ve got a dog of over 10 years old and she needs to stop jumping! And by jumping I mean onto objects higher then her, like the couch, bed, etc. The problem is, she’s been doing it her whole life and I even encouraged her to do it as a young puppy! What’s the best way to stop her from jumping so much, as I can’t watch her 24/7 and I’m worried about the affect on her back