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When was your horse’s last dental checkup?

When was your horse’s last dental checkup?

Scroll down for an exclusive Dental Month offer!   Regular dental care is a vital part of good horse husbandry, and just like people, all horses should have a complete dental examination performed at least once a year. Dental problems can have a negative effect...

Looking after your pet’s gums at home

Looking after your pet’s gums at home

Scroll down for an exclusive Dental Month offer! When was the last time you took your cat or dog to the vet for a dental check-up?  Unlike us, your pet can't speak up if they have an achy mouth, so it is up to you to ensure your pet is not suffering from dental...

A little bit of wee goes a long way

A little bit of wee goes a long way

A urine test is a simple and effective method for us to check the health of your pet’s urinary system. A urine test provides a large amount of information on the health of your pet and can be helpful in identifying conditions such as bladder stones and obstructions,...

How to care for an elderly cat

How to care for an elderly cat

Thanks to better nutrition, disease prevention and proper home care, cats are now living longer than ever before. Senior cats have recently been redefined as cats over the age of 11 years, but it’s not uncommon for us to see a ‘super-senior’ feline over the age of 15...

What to do if your pet has tummy troubles

What to do if your pet has tummy troubles

At some point in your pet's life, they will probably experience a gastrointestinal upset. Symptoms may include vomiting, diarrhoea and nausea. It can be distressing for you and your pet, and it's sometimes hard to know what you should do. We have simplified the facts,...

Understanding canine cruciate ligament disease

Understanding canine cruciate ligament disease

“Oh no! My dog isn't a footballer but could he have just 'done his knee?"  One of the most common orthopedic conditions we see in dogs is cranial cruciate ligament disease, which is actually very similar to the injury seen in humans on the sporting field - rupture of...

COVID-19 and Pets – What You Need To Know Now

COVID-19 and Pets – What You Need To Know Now

COVID-19 has changed the way we go about our lives and will continue to for many months. When it comes to the virus, there are plenty of questions to be asked, so here are a few answers: How is COVID-19 spread? Although it has been theorised that the new coronavirus...

When Good Behaviour Goes Bad

When Good Behaviour Goes Bad

When it comes to pets and their behaviour, we like to refer to the saying, "there's no such thing as bad behaviour, only normal behaviour in an inappropriate setting". Put simply, what you may perceive as your pet’s "bad behaviour" is, in most cases, a normal response...

A Hearty Topic

A Hearty Topic

As February features its heart-focussed Valentine’s Day, we thought that this month would be the perfect time to talk about the heart that matters most: your pet’s. When it comes to diseases of the heart, knowing what to watch out for really makes a difference. Early...

Summer Heat Hazards

Summer Heat Hazards

As we reach the peak of summer we welcome long hot days and balmy nights. It’s the best time of the year to get out and about with your pet but there are a few hazards you need to watch out for. Heat stroke: It can be easy to overdo it in the summer and heat stress...

The “Twelve Pet Hazards of Christmas”

The “Twelve Pet Hazards of Christmas”

We’d like to help make sure your pet stays happy and healthy this silly season so here’s a list we’ve compiled of the ‘Twelve Pet Hazards of Christmas’: Christmas can be a risky time for your pet. There is usually lots of food around as well as plenty of people,...

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