COVID-19 update: Client advice on what to do during the Coronavirus crisis
Did you know that in the UK, 1 in 3 cats and 1 in 4 dogs are overweight? And as so many owners think their pet’s weight is fine, the problem continues to grow.
A lot of people think about making good resolutions for themselves at the beginning of each New Year. Here are some ideas that you could think about for your beloved pets...
Addison’s disease or hypoadrenocorticism is an uncommon disease of dogs involving the adrenal glands and can be life threatening if not treated...
Pet Obesity is on the rise, sadly bringing with it an increased risk of ill health and poor quality of life for our overweight companion animals...
Our senior Consultant Alision Laurie-Chalmers, shares her insight on the benefits of spaying your female dog.
Christmas is over, the weather is still cold and the nights are still dark, but it’s nothing your pet can’t fix…
We hope you and your pets have a fabulous time! Here are our top 5 tips for making sure everyone stays safe…
As the festive season approaches, be sure to keep the following foods all to yourself… and well away from your pets...
According to a new study, walking with your dog is not only great for your own and your dog's physical fitness; it is also beneficial for your own mental health...
As November is National Pet Diabetes Month, here are some things you may not know about diabetes in dogs and cats…
A look at what routine vaccinations and boosters cover, and why they’re so important for the welfare of our pets…
If your dog’s behaviour has been changing slowly over time. Then he could be suffering from canine cognitive dysfunction (CCD).
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