The Bow Wow team has compiled a library of useful articles about the various diseases and conditions that commonly affect dogs and cats in Australia.
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September 14, 2023
Toxic plants for dogs: Protect your canine companions
Discover the hazards of toxic plants for dogs in our guide. Safeguard your beloved companion from potential dangers. Stay informed and keep them safe
September 4, 2023
What are the different types of intestinal worms in dogs?
Worms can not only make your dog sick, but some of them can also infect humans too. Here are the things you need to know about worms in dogs and tip how to prevent them.
August 12, 2023
Good and bad human foods – What to feed and what to not feed your dog
Reduce health risks & prevent serious accidents with our dog food guide. Learn what foods can be harmful to dogs and what you can & can't feed your dog.
July 29, 2023
Symptoms, causes and treatment for hair loss in dogs
Some hair loss in dogs is common but large amounts of dog hair loss may be a concern. Read more on common causes of hair loss in dogs, symptoms & treatment.
May 8, 2023
Keeping our pets warm, dry and safe through winter
Pets can suffer during winter's colder conditions. Read our top tips and advice for keeping your dog or cat warm, dry and in good health this winter.
November 9, 2022
Christmas presents for your cat – The gifts our kitties really want!
With Christmas approaching you may be looking for the perfect present for your furry feline. We've put a list together of gifts your kitty would love to find under the tree!
November 9, 2022
Christmas presents for your dog – The gifts our pooches really want!
With Christmas approaching you may be looking for the perfect present for your pooch. We've put a list together of gifts your dog would love to find under the tree!
August 16, 2021
Hair coat and skin conditions in dogs
The skin is the largest and most extensive organ of the body, comprising 12 to 24% of a dog’s weight, depending on its species, size and age. The state of health of the animal, as well as the presence of illness, can be indicated by the skin.