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We need to have a serious talk about your pets diet…

Did you know feeding a quality food can extend your pets life by over 22 months on average?!

As a pet owner, you want to do what’s best by your fur kid which is why you vaccinate them and bring them to the vet when they are unwell… but what about one of the most important factors when it comes to your pets health… their diet!!

You wouldn’t feed yourself Maccas for every meal, so why feed your pets the equivalent?

The pet food industry is great at deceiving owners about what is and isn’t “nutritionally balanced”.

Did you know most supermarket foods are essentially empty calories, like feeding your pet takeout food all day, everyday.

We stock a huge variety of the highest quality, balanced pet food as well as veterinary diets that can address conditions such as obesity, skin issues, dental disease, urinary problems, kidney disease and many more.

You can prevent and even treat illness and disease in your pet simply with a change of diet.. so why wouldn’t you?

These quality foods may be a little more expensive than the supermarket foods, however having a happier, healthier pet will save you stress and money in the long run.

Not sure where to start with what food your pet will do best on?

We’ve got you covered, book a FREE Nurse consult by calling 4151 3550 and our highly trained veterinary nurses can advise which food is most suitable.

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