Using Growth Charts: Atomic Habits for Our Furry Friends

Despite the availability of growth charts, underutilization of growth data is still a problem. Time constraint is often cited as the reason why growth charts are not used in human medicine, and the same applies to veterinary medicine. But making time for thorough analysis and monitoring of growth patterns can prevent potential health problems and ensure timely treatment. We need to make the use of growth charts an atomic habit of veterinary pediatric consultation, just like how human doctors make it a part of their pediatric consultations.


[BLOG] White stools in newborn kittens/puppies: what does it mean ?

Are you a new pet parent of a litter of kittens or puppies? One important thing to pay attention to is the color and consistency of their stools. While "normal" stools in newborns are usually orange and soft, white stools can be a cause for concern. In this blog, we will delve into the potential causes of white stools in newborn kittens and puppies, as well as what steps you should take to address the issue. From septicemia to milk intolerance, we will cover it all to ensure the health and well-being of your furry little ones.