Could Your Pet Have
As pet owners we can sometimes over look certain ailiments our pets may have or how to treat them, below are links to articles discussing issues of topical concern to your pet.
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Persistent, 'honking', retching, horribly unpleasant...Kennel cough can last for weeks, and can prove fatal in susceptible individuals.
Despite the frequency of fatal infectious disease in pet rabbits, it is estimated that as little as 15% of the 1.6 million pet rabbits in the UK are protected
Dry-eye’ or keratoconjunctivitis sicca (KCS) is a common condition which reduces and eventually stops tear production. 1 in 22 of all dogs is affected.
Is your dog or cat excessively thirsty or do they need to urinate more than normal? Is your pet increasingly lethargic or losing weight, despite a healthy appetite?
Means inflammation of the outer part of the ear passage (also known as the external ear canal). It is a very common condition and particularly so in dogs. However it is a complex disease which is often due to a number of triggers.
As holiday time approaches, many pet owners spend as much time thinking about how their pets will cope while they are away as choosing a destination!
Kennel cough is a significant health risk
for dogs that may be caused by a range of viruses and bacteria.
The saying, “prevention is better than cure” is very appropriate for many of the diseases we vaccinate animals against since only very few are specifically treatable and many can prove fatal.
Osteoarthritis is a painful degenerative disease of the joints that is common in both humans and pet animals. So how would you know if your cat might be affected?
Caring for the cherished older dog.