Santa Paws Photos

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Santa Paws Photos

Yes it’s that time! The Santa Paws photos are being held on the 8th December from 10am to 2pm at Brontosaurus. Bookings are not necessary. All proceeds are going to Kitty Cat Cove & Rhonda’s Treasures Rescue Group. $5 donation would be appreciated. All photos will be emailed to you, so you can either get it printed or create an awesome e-card! #pets #brontosauruspets #coffscoast #coffsharbour #welovepets #coffsnsw #santapaws #petphotos

Kobi

Brontosaurus Pet of the Month

Kobi is our Brontosaurus Pet of the month for December! Congratulations Kobi, come on in for your free dog wash! #pets #brontosauruspets #coffscoast #coffsharbour #welovepets #coffsnsw #petofthemonth #brontobaby

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Weight gain is a BIG problem for Aussie pets.

It’s not just more Australian’s who are suffering from obesity. More pets are too, with over 40% of dogs and over 30% of cats estimated to be clinically overweight or obese, that potentially equates to  2.15 million overweight Australian pets1,2.

Extra weight is a significant danger to their health, increasing the risk of serious diseases like diabetes mellitus, hypertension, heart disease, painful osteoarthritis and urinary disease in cats.

Introducing NEW Hill’s™ Science Diet™ Perfect Weight which is a new breakthrough weight management technology that works in a different way to other weight loss pet foods.

Hill’s™ Science Diet™ Perfect Weight works to activate pets’ natural ability to burn fat and increase appetite control and is formulated with a blend of natural ingredients that put pets in calorie-burning mode.

If you think your pet is overweight ask us in store about Hill’s™ Science Diet™ Perfect Weight, which is available for both dogs and cats in a dry and canned formula.

Bronto’s Pudgy Pooch Challenge is our way of helping pets loose those kilos. We are after 10 dogs for 8 weeks to shed some pounds and get in shape for summer with Hill’s Science Diet Perfect Weight.

  1. McGreevy PD, Thomson PC, et al. 2005. Prevalence of obesity in dogs examined by Australian Veterinary Practices and the risk factors involved. Vet Rec 156:695-707;
  2. 2 McGreevy PD, Thomas PC, et al. Overweight or Obese Cats Presented to Australian Veterinary Practices: Risk Factors and Prevalence. Aust Vet Practice 38(3) 98-107.
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