what we do
pet food, pet meds, pet accessories, pet STUFF!!
F-o-o-o-o-o-d... glorious food!... and leads!... and collars!... and over-the-counter meds!... and shampoos!... and toys!... and stuff! LOTS and LOTS of STUFF!!
There's not a whole lot to tell ya here, folks, but we thought you might like to know that we have a few things laying about which might be of interest to ya.
In fact, more than just a few things, especially at our clinic in Motor City where you will find a very large array of it all, including pet foods Royal Canin, Calibra, Taste of the Wild, Orijen, Applaws and Nature's Menu, as well as Zeal treats, Trixie toys, Beco Toys, Simple Solution, leashes and harnesses, and Furminator (what's that?!).
And if you're in the mood, we've got a nice hot cappuccino waiting for you there too.
My dog has itchy skin. Help!
A certain amount of itching and scratching is normal for all dogs (you knew that, right?), so it'
Teeth Brushing ~ Should I or Shouldn't I?
Human medication ~ Can I give it to my pet?
Good question! And the good answer? Well... Yes and No, of course!
Some medications used f
Food ~ What should my dog and cat be eating?
Food ~ What should my rabbit be eating?
Bathing my pet ~ Should I do this regularly?
No doubt much to your surprise, you should bathe your dog (or cat) only when really needed ~ in m
Are there good pet care providers, vets, pet supplies, groomers, etc. in the UAE?
The UAE has everything here you could wish for by way of quality pet care services. As with any industry, not every one of them is the best, but if you look around and look into it all, we know you'll find what you need.
I think my pet is overweight (well... fat, actually)
I'm a new dog/cat owner! Help!
Chewing, chewing, chewing... EVERYTHING! I love my dog BUT...
Is chocolate poisonous to my pet?
...if your pet is a dog. Very toxic, in fact, because it contains a stimulant called theobromine which is poisonous to them.
If you think your dog has ingested some, get him to a vet quickly to establish if the amount ingested is critical or not. Your vet may decide to induce vomiting, a preventative measure which attempts to curtail the absorption in his gut of the theobromine, and will probably give him other supportive medication too.