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How Long Since Your Pet Had a Tooth Check?

2019-04-11T11:45:49+00:00

The majority of our pets will suffer from dental problems at some point in their lifetime. It’s really important to have their teeth checked regularly as, if caught early, we can help you to reverse the changes and improve their dental health. If things have progressed, we can spot the signs that they may be [...]

How Long Since Your Pet Had a Tooth Check?2019-04-11T11:45:49+00:00

Passport Particulars

2019-04-11T11:51:03+00:00

The Pet Travel Scheme (PETS) introduced in 2010 by many EU countries permits the movement of pet dogs, cats, and ferrets to and from the UK without the need for quarantine. Many diseases that occur abroad are not seen in the UK, and are often are transmitted by biting insects and ticks. UK pets will [...]

Passport Particulars2019-04-11T11:51:03+00:00

Cat Flu – a complex condition

2018-03-27T15:54:35+00:00

While we humans are in the midst of an Influenza Epidemic, we regularly see cats showing very similar symptoms - sneezing, runny noses, sore and runny eyes, a fever and unwillingness to eat. This condition has been called “Cat Flu” and in recent years we’ve seen people worrying about whether they’ll infect their cats - [...]

Cat Flu – a complex condition2018-03-27T15:54:35+00:00

Arthritis: What is it, and why does it matter?

2018-02-09T10:06:30+00:00

“Arthritis” means “inflammation of the joints”; this can be “rheumatoid” (an auto-immune disease, where the body attacks its own joints), or “osteoarthritis”; in this blog, we will be concentrating on the more common form, osteoarthritis. Osteoarthritis is a concern for older pets; everyday wear and tear on joints can result in the protective cartilage around [...]

Arthritis: What is it, and why does it matter?2018-02-09T10:06:30+00:00