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Occasionally we are presented with cats that are over-grooming themselves to a point of causing a severe hair loss and self-inflicted skin trauma.
Read an insightful article written by our Veterinary Surgeon Alison Laurie-Chalmers on Skin Ulcer in Cats.
Many people seem to think that small furry pets are the ‘easy’ option. However, they are just as much of a commitment as a cat or dog.
As your dog ages, just as with humans, the likelihood that he will develop various changes in the function of his body systems increases.
Using sound therapy, you can desensitise your dog to the horrible sounds of fireworks. The sooner you start, the better…
Meet Clive Edward, the Pet Health Club's 'Pet Hero of the Year' for 2019! Clive is certainly not your average 7-year-old Cocker Spaniel...
Cats are prone to a particular kind of dental disease. Like dogs, they can also have dental plaque build-up and gum and dental disease secondary to this.
Excellent dental care really is as essential for your dog as it is for us. Dental disease is sadly a very common health problem in dogs.
As of 15th July 2019, Air France will no longer accept 4 brachycephalic breeds on their flights…
Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency
Beach season is finally here! Keep your dog happy and healthy on the sand and in the sea with our beach safety tips…
Some simple tips on how to keep your dog cool, comfortable and healthy this summer...
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