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  1. Keeping pets is a lifetime of responsibility that requires effort and money

    Posted Dec 20th 2009, 12:00am by Jade Lee-Duffy

    ... Jade Lee-Duffy With Christmas only five days away, some people may soon be surprised when a cute and cuddly puppy or kitten walks into their lives. For potential pet owners who have never ... are becoming more careful about buying pets. 'A lot of people used to see a cute puppy in a pet shop and just buy it. Some people put more thought into buying their mobile phone than a pet. ...

  2. Urban Jungle

    Posted Mar 20th 2009, 12:00am by Eric Lai

    ... in a newborn Labrador puppy. This was a very dedicated owner, very careful, and the pregnancy of her dog was well planned. I remembered she had come before conception to ask about how best to approach ... there would be eight puppies. But five were stillborn, leaving two healthy female pups and one very small male. It was clear the male was probably conceived a week after the females and hence a week ...

  3. Dog back on all paws after pin-point cure

    Posted Feb 20th 2012, 12:00am

    ... Lo Wei lo.wei@scmp.com A puppy paralysed by a mystery condition is back on his feet- thanks to the power of acupuncture. Seal's carers at Hong Kong Dog Rescue feared they would have ... from the Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department's kennel in November with his seven siblings, one challenge remains. The time has come to find the recovering puppy a permanent ...

  4. Urban Jungle

    Posted Sep 11th 2009, 12:00am by Eric Lai

    ... fatter with more food, especially if you continue to give puppy food at puppy amounts. During the first six months of your pet's life, it eats more than it ever will and it is not unusual for a puppy or kitten to double its weight in six weeks. It is ironic that during this first few months of extreme growth, owners tend to give too little food and malnutrition occurs. Many new owners ...

  5. Animal trio make a point for latest in anti-wrinkle treatments

    Posted Oct 13th 2010, 12:00am by Yvonne Lai

    ... Yvonne Lai A shar pei puppy, a crow and a chameleon were given 'cover girl' status in skincare brand StriVectin's campaign for its latest triumvirate of anti-wrinkle treatments. Chosen to represent the unwanted skin qualities of creasing, crow's feet and scaly-ness, respectively, images of these animals nevertheless elicited coos of amusement at the product ...

  6. Regular dental regimen can prevent major problems

    Posted Jun 24th 2012, 12:00am

    ... a good diet. For cats and dogs, it begins with daily brushing, which should begin when the pet is still a kitten or puppy, as it will adapt to this as part of its daily routine. Other options ...

  7. Steps to ensure animals get the most out of life

    Posted Dec 04th 2011, 12:00am

    ... Jade Lee-Duffy There are several ways to help your dog or cat live a longer and healthier life. Veterinarian Kitty Wong from The Ark Veterinary Hospital in Sai Ying Pun shares some tips on getting your pet to its golden years. Preventative medicine is the best solution when it comes to fighting disease and illness so vaccinations are a top priority for puppies and kittens. Your pet ...

  8. Counting the cost of giving a lifetime of care to your precious pooch

    Posted Mar 20th 2011, 12:00am by Jade Lee-Duffy

    ... puppies need between two or three vaccinations in the range of HK$150 to HK$300 each. These are given for diseases such as distemper, parvovirus and leptospirosis. 'As there are still a lot ...

  9. Diet helps dogs win battle of the bulge

    Posted Aug 22nd 2010, 12:00am by Jade Lee-Duffy

    ... abnormal bone development.' A meat-only diet can cause a dog's bones to become brittle and prone to breaks. 'I've seen an extreme example of a puppy breaking its legs just ...

  10. Tough love the key to keeping obesity at bay

    Posted Oct 16th 2011, 12:00am

    ... Jade Lee-Duffy Do you think your pet simply has a little extra puppy fat, or is it more serious, warranting a trip to the vet? Hugh Stanley, veterinary surgeon at Dr Hugh's Veterinary Hospital in Causeway Bay, offers advice on how to notice and reduce any unwanted weight in dogs and cats. 'Obesity is a big and increasing problem,' Stanley says. 'Depending on where ...




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