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Best Toys for Cats in the Summer

It’s shaping up to be a long hot summer and everybody deserves some treats. We think this includes our furry feline friends as well! Today we will recommend some of the best toys for cats in the summer. Treats Cold Snacks Everyone likes an ice...

Flystrike in rabbits, how bad is it? Can it be prevented?

Rabbits are a very popular pet, being the third popular household pet. They are also the most neglected pet, as they are often just left in a hutch. They seem easy to look after but in reality, they aren’t, we need to look after them and protect...

Vet Panel – Is BOAS surgery fair?

With increasing numbers of short-nosed (brachycephalic) dogs in the canine population, we’re getting increasing calls for BOAS surgery. A series of operations to help dogs with Brachycephalic Obstructive Airway Syndrome to breathe easily....

Is it the law to have third party liability insurance for your dog?

When owners choose to insure their animals, it is usually with the intention to help with costs if your pet becomes ill or injured. But, did you know that you can also take out third party liability insurance for your dog? Imagine being in this...

Why should I feed a dog with cystitis a special diet?

Cystitis is a common canine condition, particularly in female dogs. Cystitis means inflammation of the bladder. This can be caused by lots of different factors including bacterial infections, urinary stones and underlying health conditions. Some...

What Do Cherry Shrimp Eat? What Is Good, Bad To Feed [2022]

Caring for fish or shrimp requires giving them proper nutrition. Choosing the right foods ensures optimal health, a longer life, and a lower risk of ailments. I’ve also found that good nutrition brings out the colors in certain species. Most...

Why does my rabbit pee on me?

Rabbits commonly spray urine to mark their territory. If your rabbit is urinating on you, he or she may be attempting to claim you as part of their territory! Although this may be flattering, rabbit spraying can be a problem when a rabbit is...

How Many Mealworms To Feed a Bearded Dragon? [+ Benefits]

Last week, I was thinking about my pet’s diet, and this struck my mind, “how many mealworms to feed a bearded dragon?” Since I got a bearded dragon, Bobby, I haven’t settled on his balanced diet. So I decided to end the trial and error diet...

Why should I feed a dog with kidney problems a special diet?

There are a huge range of “clinical” or “prescription” diets on the market. And many of these are aimed at dogs (and cats, for that matter) with kidney problems. But how can they help? Why are they used? And do they actually work, or is it...

What’s the best brush for a dog?

Dogs come in various shapes and sizes and require different types of care depending on their breed. One vital part of canine care is grooming, which should be carried out periodically depending on your dog’s coat type. There are different types...

How should I care for my cat after spaying?

It is always a worry when our pets have to go into the vets to have a procedure done. Then the worry continues because it’s then us as owners that have to look after them. We never know how quiet they should be, how much food should they have...

Do cats get anal gland problems?

Cats do experience anal gland problems – although a lot less frequently than dogs. Dog owners will be familiar with trips to the vet to get their dogs glands expressed, sometimes quite regularly! Whereas cats experience problems with their glands...

What is ‘Collie Eye Anomaly’?

‘Collie Eye Anomaly’ (CEA), also known as ‘collie eye defect,’ is a congenital condition in dogs. Whilst this disease may arise in many dog breeds, it is typically over-represented in collies, hence the name given. This condition presents...

Pet insurance and referrals – is it worth it?

Many households own a pet these days, but how many of those pets are insured? Well, on average, only 46% of our pets actually have insurance. That isn’t a lot really is it? Many people don’t think pet insurance is worth it as they have never...

Skin cancer in cats – do cats really need suncream?

Whilst most of us are enjoying the rising temperatures and basking in the beautiful sunshine, our cats are doing the same. There’s nothing more our cats like than lying in a patch of sunlight or stretching out on the windowsill taking in the...

If I’m attacked by a dog, who is liable?

Being attacked by a dog can be a scary experience. If you have been through this experience then you are not alone. It’s estimated that just under one in fifty people in the UK are bitten by a dog each year. Thankfully, only about a third of dog...

Summer enrichment for rabbits – Vet Help Direct

Rabbits need environmental enrichment just as much as cats and dogs, perhaps more so. They spend much of their life cooped up in a cage without anywhere near as much social time with their owners, and (most!) aren’t taken on lovely long walks in...

Why does my cat itch so much?

All cats have the odd scratch and will groom themselves regularly, but sometimes this becomes excessive. Itchy skin is a very common problem in cats, and one that can make them feel pretty rotten. If this is the case for your cat, and you’re...

How Long Can A Bearded Dragon Go Without Heat? Safety Guide

How long can a bearded dragon go without heat? This question struck me last week after our area encountered a power outage. I have to admit it was one of those long days where you have no choice but to take a day off. But then, the thought of my...

Vaccination in pet sheep – what, when and why?

Pressure is increasing on the veterinary industry to help minimise the use of medications in all livestock production. However, the good news is that for many diseases, prevention is better than cure. And there are many diseases of sheep for which...

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