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Does your dog or cat have arthritis? In our latest blog post, we look at the symptoms of arthritis in our pets and how to manage the condition...
Heart disease can have a huge impact on your cat’s overall health and has the potential to lead to heart failure if left untreated.
February is dental awareness month. I would like to educate owners and raise awareness of the importance of good canine dental health.
Treat your pooch this Pancake Day with some dog-friendly pancakes, courtesy of BorrowMyDoggy…
Change can be extremely disorientating and unnerving, especially if they have come from a place that they felt comfortable and secure.
Keep paws clean and dry, checking often for cuts or lesions; avoid dirty, muddy areas and you'll help to keep your dog safe from an unpleasant disease known as Alabama Rot...
These oils can be poisonous if ingested or if absorbed across skin barriers...
Our top tips on having the best Valentine’s Day with your best friend…
The UK has left the EU and entered a transition period, but what does that mean for taking your pet to Europe?
It's been 100 years since women were able to join the veterinary profession and were able to practise as vets for the very first time...
Taking regular care of your dog’s health over the years from puppy to senior stages is very important.
Acupuncture works through the nervous system by altering pain messages reaching the brain...
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