At Home Dental Care

At Home Dental Care

What can we do to look after our pets’ teeth at home? By Nurse Kelly Dog and cat teeth require dental care just like ours. We often see pets’ suffering from dental problems which could be prevented if we have a good regime of dental care at home. Of course...
Lumps and Bumps on Pets

Lumps and Bumps on Pets

By Nurse Debbie   Lumps are a relatively common finding in pets and there can be numerous different types. It is important to keep a close eye on your pets lumps/swellings and getting them checked by your veterinarian, as an early diagnosis can potentially save your...
Senior Comforts at Home

Senior Comforts at Home

Senior comforts at home – By Zoe Hyde (Veterinary nurse)   In addition to neutraceutical therapies and medications, there are a few key things we can to help keep our special senior pets comfortable. Regular exercise on soft surfaces This is paramount as we want...
Seizures

Seizures

– By Grace Tansley, Veterinary Student Seizures are one of the most commonly presenting neurological issues in general veterinary practice. Lots of practices will have patients on long term seizure medication and new cases arrive all the time. Seizures tend to...
Periodontal Disease

Periodontal Disease

Periodontal Disease Dr Angus Misan. Dental or periodontal disease is one of the most common issues we see in cats and dogs, with around 80% of dogs and 30% of cats over the age of 3 years old having some evidence of periodontal disease. There are a number of signs...
Parasites and Your Pet

Parasites and Your Pet

Parasites and Your Pet There’s a huge amount of information on products out there for clients. We want to give you the information easily and simply as all products are not equal and we are there to help you. Dogs and Cats Fleas always make us feel dirty and itchy....