Over many years we have compiled numerous papers and articles about a range of different problems that commonly affect dogs and cats. Below are a few of these articles with natural solutions to common problems.

Thinking of adopting a rescue?

There’s a fair bit in the news right now about people adopting rescue pets, dogs and cats particularly.  This is a good thing, bringing an abandoned animal into your home...
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Kidney disease & raw meat diet

Renal failure is kidney disease, very common in cats and can affect dogs at all life stages however older dogs are a higher percentage of sufferers.  In recent times more…

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Continuing On

The team at vetsallnatural continue to ensure the safety of our staff, the integrity of our products and our commitment to servicing our customers and trade partners. As of today,…

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Puppies What you need to know

For the first few weeks of a puppy's life all the nutritional needs are met by the mother's milk.  Unless the supply is inadequate supplementing should not be required.  This...
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Let’s talk about cats.

Humans relationship with the cat (Felis catus); has existed since the stone age, dating back as far as 9500 years ago. That is a long time for the cat, a...
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In times of trouble.

It is a terrible time for many people in Australia as fire rages out of control.  At vets all natural we’re not immune with many of our team residing in…

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Welcome to 2020

The health and welfare of pets will again be front of mind for the team here at vet’s all natural in 2020.  With a heritage dating over 20years we’ve continued…

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Hallelujah its boxing day.

Hallelujah its boxing day. Arguably the best day of the year. Cricket on the tele, for the yachties the Sydney to Hobart kicks off, boxing day sales are on for…

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Thank you & Merry Christmas

With Christmas hurtling toward us like an out of control train; our team at vet’s all natural have decided to smell the fur, give our pets a hug, say thank…

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Joint support for arthritic pets.

Arthritis in dogs can be nasty. Generally, there’s two types of arthritis that may affect pets.  Osteoarthritis is a cumulation effect of long-term wear and tear on joint structures; a…

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