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By ExcelVets Robina 18 Dec, 2017
Did you know that failure to comply with the instructions for the use of prescribed antibiotics can lead to the enhancement or creation of Superbugs such as “Golden Staph”. This applies exactly the same to pets as it does for humans.

There are many occasions when a pet owner may think “My pet seems well now and since I don’t like unnecessary medication, I won’t complete the course of antibiotics which my Vet has prescribed.” This may seem to be a perfectly logical and responsible approach but it is very WRONG and DANGEROUS as it contributes to the formation of Superbugs.
By Search Marketing Specialists 02 Oct, 2017

Paralysis ticks have been a major problem, frequently resulting in death for beloved pets. Even if symptoms of infection are spotted quickly and veterinary treatment is applied, death can still occur.

Paralysis ticks are only found along the east coast of Australia and since they prefer warm, moist conditions, they are the most active from July through until April. Even if preventative medications are used, that does not guarantee that tick paralysis will not occur.

Fortunately, there is a range of measures that can be taken to stop tick on our pets. It must be stressed that no one measure is the solution. It is the application of the range of measures (or multi-modal approach) that results in success.

By ExcelVets Robina 18 Dec, 2017
Did you know that failure to comply with the instructions for the use of prescribed antibiotics can lead to the enhancement or creation of Superbugs such as “Golden Staph”. This applies exactly the same to pets as it does for humans.

There are many occasions when a pet owner may think “My pet seems well now and since I don’t like unnecessary medication, I won’t complete the course of antibiotics which my Vet has prescribed.” This may seem to be a perfectly logical and responsible approach but it is very WRONG and DANGEROUS as it contributes to the formation of Superbugs.
By Search Marketing Specialists 02 Oct, 2017

Paralysis ticks have been a major problem, frequently resulting in death for beloved pets. Even if symptoms of infection are spotted quickly and veterinary treatment is applied, death can still occur.

Paralysis ticks are only found along the east coast of Australia and since they prefer warm, moist conditions, they are the most active from July through until April. Even if preventative medications are used, that does not guarantee that tick paralysis will not occur.

Fortunately, there is a range of measures that can be taken to stop tick on our pets. It must be stressed that no one measure is the solution. It is the application of the range of measures (or multi-modal approach) that results in success.

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