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Keeping your pet up-to-date with parasite prevention

Keeping your pet up-to-date with parasite prevention

With increasing day length and warmer weather, most of us, including our pets, will be enjoying more time spent outdoors. It’s always important to ensure your four-legged friend is up-to-date with routine disease and parasite prevention, but especially so at a time of...

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A little bit of wee goes a long way

A little bit of wee goes a long way

A urine test is a simple and effective method for us to check the health of your pet’s urinary system. A urine test provides a large amount of information on the health of your pet and can be helpful in identifying conditions such as bladder stones and obstructions,...

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Nail clipping- teaching your dog not to be ticklish

Dogs have more ticklish and sensitive feet than we do. Their feet have nerve endings that can detect the speed, direction and surface a dog is running over without them needing to watch exactly where they tread. Consider that, and now consider how many people dislike...

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Top tips for itchy skin

Top tips for itchy skin

When it comes to managing the itchy pet, there is no magic pill. It's all about prevention of parasites and taking action before things get out of control. Itchy skin can really affect your pet’s quality of life. One of the most common and frustrating conditions we...

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How to care for an elderly cat

How to care for an elderly cat

Thanks to better nutrition, disease prevention and proper home care, cats are now living longer than ever before. Senior cats have recently been redefined as cats over the age of 11 years, but it’s not uncommon for us to see a ‘super-senior’ feline over the age of 15...

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What to do if your pet has tummy troubles

What to do if your pet has tummy troubles

At some point in your pet's life, they will probably experience a gastrointestinal upset. Symptoms may include vomiting, diarrhoea and nausea. It can be distressing for you and your pet, and it's sometimes hard to know what you should do. We have simplified the facts,...

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Understanding canine cruciate ligament disease

Understanding canine cruciate ligament disease

“Oh no! My dog isn't a footballer but could he have just 'done his knee?"  One of the most common orthopedic conditions we see in dogs is cranial cruciate ligament disease, which is actually very similar to the injury seen in humans on the sporting field - rupture of...

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COVID-19 and Pets – What You Need To Know Now

COVID-19 and Pets – What You Need To Know Now

COVID-19 has changed the way we go about our lives and will continue to for many months. When it comes to the virus, there are plenty of questions to be asked, so here are a few answers: How is COVID-19 spread? Although it has been theorised that the new coronavirus...

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COVID-19 AND YOUR PET

Due to the recent COVID-19 outbreak, we have had a number of clients concerned about their pets wellbeing. We would like to assure all our clients that currently, there is no evidence that cats or dogs can be a source of Coronavirus infection or can transmit the...

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Keeping Your Pet Busy During the Coronavirus Isolation

With social isolation and home lockdown, a common question we get asked is, ‘Besides walks, how can I keep my pet entertained?’ Here are our top 10 suggestions!1: Remove the food bowl Getting rid of the food bowl is the most important thing you can do for your pet!...

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