Pet Health

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    By | July 31, 2018 | Blog

    Vomiting is one of the most common reasons why people take their pet to the vet. Many pet owners do not know or understand the difference between vomiting and regurgitating or what to do when something suddenly flies out of their pet's mouth. Having this

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    By | June 4, 2018 | Blog

    Have you ever wondered how much water your dog needs each day? Do you assume that your dog will drink precisely the right amount it needs each day, if you give your dog free access to fresh/clean water? It can be surprising for some dog owners to learn that

  • Teeth-brushing

    By | June 4, 2018 | Blog

    Cat dental health is not always a topic of a concern for cat owners. Dental disease can become a harsh reality for cats by the age of four if left unchecked. Many cats can get gingivitis as we humans do as well as other types of periodontal diseases. Many

  • Chocolate and cats

    By | June 4, 2018 | Blog

    A bit of chocolate for us humans is an indulgence and a delicious treat. However, even a small amount of chocolate to some cats and dogs can be quite devastating to their health. As well as a high fat content, chocolate contains caffeine and theobromine. This

  • Diabetes-in-cats

    By | June 4, 2018 | Blog

    If your feline friend has diabetes, this long-term condition can be managed with treatment, and it does not need to impact hugely on your pet’s quality of life. Diabetes in cats occurs once in every 200 cats. There are various different types of diabetes in

  • Cat-food

    By | April 20, 2018 | Blog

    Treat your cat by preparing them some nutritious food. An increasing number of vets offer nutritional consultations to help owners assess their cats’ specific needs in their diet. As with humans, keeping to the same eating routine week in and week out can get

  • Kidneys

    By | April 20, 2018 | Blog

    Kidney failure is the one of the leading causes of death in cats. While many cases are unpredictable and therefore difficult to prevent, knowing the risk factors and early signs are some of the best ways to catch kidney failure in its earliest stages. Your

  • Kidney-failure

    By | April 20, 2018 | Blog

    Kidney disease is a condition that needs to be treated by your vet as soon as possible. Your dog’s kidneys have the important job of removing waste from the bloodstream and maintaining the normal balance of fluid and minerals within your dog's body. Kidneys

  • Liver-treats

    By | April 4, 2018 | Blog

    As carnivores, cats used to get their main source of vitamin A from the liver within their prey. A small bird or a mouse could have a little liver which the cat could have eaten. The odd bit of liver that we give our cats can give them a vital vitamin A boost as