Heart Rate: Too Fast? Too Slow? Strange Rhythm?

Heart rate changes in relation to the size of a pet. In general, the larger they are, the slower the heart rate and if very young, their heart rates will also be much faster than an adult of the same species and breed. It’s also worth thinking about what your pet is...

Temperature: Too Hot? Too Cold? Who Knows?

Temperature in Small Animals: Cats’ normal rectal temperatures range around 38-39 degrees celsius and dogs’ 37.5-39.5 degrees celsius. A temperature outside of the normal range can indicate heatstroke or fever (higher than normal) or serious circulatory issues or...

How To Use A Dog Mobility Ramp

How To Use A Dog Mobility Ramp Did you know that Canine Cubby has a dog mobility ramp?  This is to help older or injured dogs enter and exit the car without the need to jump and risk added injury. With all mobility aids though, there are things to remember. Make sure...

Get Rid of Dog Worms Using Everyday Foods

Get Rid of Dog Worms Using Everyday Foods Dog worms. They’re one of those things that you’d rather avoid but if you have dogs, you’ll have to deal with them at some stage.  You can get rid of worms fast and without medication. Conventional deworming...

Guess The Age of this Puppy

Guess The Age of this Puppy This is an X-ray of a 2-month-old puppy. Look how far the bones have to grow before they become a proper bony joint. This is why you should never let puppies jump, walk up and down stairs, over exercise or overtrain. Doing too much impact...