Aon’s Happy Tales: Little.coco.beans
Pawjourr・December 30, 2022
Read all about the adventures of Helen and her fur kid Coco Beans, and why Aon’s Happy Tails is their pick!
Aon’s Happy Tales: Bailey_japspitz
Pawjourr・October 28, 2022
All the way from New Zealand…meet Bailey, the cutest furball you’d ever meet!
Aon’s Happy Tales: Gimmegizmothecorgi
Pawjourr・September 28, 2022
Say ‘Hello’ to our fighter, Gizmo the Corgi, and find out what keeps him strong and brave!
Aon’s Happy Tales: The Golden Shayne
Pawjourr・August 30, 2022
Meet the Golden boy Shayne and find out what keeps him healthy and happy
How does Pet Insurance help with medical costs?
fatin・October 01, 2021
Boo suffers from Intervertebral Disc Disease. See how pet insurance helps her pawmum with rising medical costs.
My dog might inherit Hip Dysplasia, what can I do to offset medical costs?
fatin・July 29, 2021
Sandra talks us through her dog’s encounter with hip dysplasia. We also discover the benefits of pet insurance.
Aon Happy Tails Pet Insurance – Interview with Debby and Mocha
Pawjourr・June 15, 2021
We reached out to a paw-rent Debby to discuss the benefits of AoN Happy Tails Pet Insurance.
Senior Cat Care – Caring For Mature, Senior, and Geriatric Cats
Pawjourr・March 17, 2021
Article originally published on Cat Care Center. Written by Dr Lacie Lee. Refer to the original article here. Understanding the Changing Health Needs of Mature, Senior, and Geriatric Cats If you have lived with your cat since they were young, you have a good understanding of what is normal for your cat in terms of their behavior […]
What we thought was just a simple cough/cold
dustychau・March 14, 2021
Symptoms, diagnosis, treatment*We are no expert, just sharing our journey* Cough can mean a lot of things; kennel cough, lung problems, heartworm, etc. Can’t be sure what the root cause is unless seeking help from professionals. Symptoms Dusty started with what doesn’t sound like a cough in 2020 mid-December. It sounded like he was trying […]
Dog Hiccups Are Adorable — But Are They Normal?
Pawjourr・March 01, 2021
Article originally published on Dodowell. Written by Danielle Esposito. Refer to the original article here. Let’s start off by calling dog hiccups exactly what they are: absolutely adorable. And puppy hiccups? That’s an entirely different level of magic-on-earth that can cure any bad mood. But as a responsible dog parent, of course you want to know if […]
7 Signs That Your Cat Is in Pain
Pawjourr・February 11, 2021
Article originally published on The Spruce Pets. Written by Tabitha Kucera RVT, CCBC, KPA-CTP. Refer to the original article here. It can be difficult to tell if your cat is in pain for many reasons. Cat owners may often miss the subtle signs of pain in their cats or do not notice until their cats are showing more obvious […]
Food Allergies in Dogs
Pawjourr・February 04, 2021
Article originally published on SitStay. Refer to the original article here. Article written by Dr Erica Irish. Two of my four dogs suffer from severe allergies from both food and environment, so I am familiar with how frustrating it is to deal with this issue. The good news is that there are many more foods and treats […]
Oolong ate a lizard and got sick
tay・February 01, 2021
Oolong is usually a pretty active and playful dog. But when we went home last Thursday, he was extremely lethargic; he welcomed us with a lick at the door and went back to his room to sleep. Oolong was sick. I could see in how he dragged his paws across the floor, how heavy his […]
Help! My Dog Is a Sugar Baby! – Life with a Diabetic Dog
summerthepommy・November 23, 2020
No, not that kind of sugar baby! The term sugar baby is commonly used within the diabetic dog pawrent community as a term of endearment to describe our poor puppers who have been diagnosed with diabetes. Exactly a year ago, on 29 November, my Pomeranian Summer (aka Gou Gou) was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, a condition characterized by high blood sugar levels in the body due to insulin deficiency.
Feline Urinary Tract Infection
simbathemonstercat・October 12, 2020
I am a worrier. So when my furbaby falls sick, I will feel as if I am ill too. I believe pet owners are generally very sensitive when your furbaby is acting out of the ordinary, or feeling unwell.
Poop, blood and lots of heartache: Our experience with gastroenteritis
coffee.maltipoo・October 05, 2020
Being a first-time dog owner, I was relatively lucky that Coffee had no major health issues for the first few years of her life. I always knew she had a weak stomach and had her fair share of vet visits, but nothing prepared me (and my wallet) for the multiple bouts of gastroenteritis that happened last year in 2019. I’m sharing my personal experience in hopes that you can avoid some of the mistakes that I made.
How A One-Year Old Got Diagnosed With Grade 3 Patellar Luxation
Chonk.atsu・September 30, 2020
Katsu has always been the lively kid in the neighborhood. He enjoys zoomies every night and after showers. Not forgetting the daily routine of jumping on hoomans at home and playing fetch every other hour to burn off his excess energy. However, reality struck us one month after his first birthday.
Hip Hip Hooray!…or Nay?
hanathecloud・September 18, 2020
In early July 2020, our family was met with some unexpected news. Our dog Hana was not only diagnosed with patellar luxation in her hind legs, but also hip dysplasia, at the tender age of 9 months. It was a double whammy for us. Between January to June, we had already made multiple trips to the vet to treat a variety of ongoing issues. But what made the situation even worse was the fact that Hana had already been displaying early symptoms of both conditions—right under our noses.
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