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  • Keep Pets Hydrated Over Summer With Drinkwell


    Keeping pets hydrated during the hot summer months is always a challenge. Read More

  • The power of probiotics


    Probiotics are a hot topic right now because of their power to promote health and vitality, both in humans and pets. But what are these powerful microscopic organisms and how do they work? 
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  • Don't let grass seeds take the Spring out of your pet's step

    Every year as the weather warms up and the spring rain and sunshine accelerates grass growth I see many dogs and cats presenting every day at my clinic with grass seeds in their ears, nostrils, eyes, and between their toes. Read More

  • Nutritional Needs of Senior Cats

    Calico CatAs your cat grows older, feeding time can be a real challenge for both you and your cat. Because your cat’s nutritional needs may change or fluctuate upon reaching senior status, it’s important to understand the reasons behind them. Read More

  • Safety For Your Kitty

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    Summer is here and it is the perfect time to learn some quick tips to help make life as safe and comfortable as possible for our feline friends. When the heat hits, dehydration and heatstroke are both very serious dangers that arise. Read More

  • Pet First Aid Kit: Supplies You Need

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    As a pet owner, you need to make sure you have basic first aid supplies for your pet. Having a well-provisioned kit will help you to be ready to deal with a medical pet emergency if one confronts you. Keep your pet first aid kit near your family kit, as many items in a family first aid kit can be used for your pet too. Keeping a mini kit in the car is also a great idea, and having a printed copy on your refrigerator or next to your pet first aid kit for quick reference in an emergency.

    Always remember that any first aid administered to your pet should be followed by immediate veterinary care. First aid care is not a substitute for veterinary care, but it may save your pet’s life until it receives veterinary treatment.

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  • Your Dog Can Be Affected By Allergies Too!


    Our dogs are just as vulnerable to environmental allergies as we are. It is important to recognise symptoms in order to be able to treat your pet as soon as possible and not prolong discomfort that is easily relieved.

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  • Water, Water, Everywhere…But Is There Enough for Pets To Drink?

    It goes without saying that water is an essential commodity for survival and the water requirement of an animal is related to its weight, age, state of health and its environment. Read More

  • Joint Problems in Dogs and Cats

    Get Your Pet Active Again with PAW Natural Joint Care.

    Find out more about joint care for your pet from PAW – natural joint care fromBlackmoresAnimal Health. Read More

  • Plaque Off for Dogs and Cats

    Oral disease begins with a build up of bacteria in your pets’ mouth. Without preventative or therapeutic care, plaque and tartar build up can lead to periodontal disease, which may damage other organs in your pets body; heart, kidneys and liver. Read More

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