Archive: Sep 2020

The trouble with anal glands in dogs
One of the most common problems small animal vets see in dogs, almost daily, is anal gland trouble. Although cats have anal glands too, they rarely cause trouble. All dogs have two anal glands (or anal sacs) situated jus…
December 15, 2009 • 2 shares
Cat Pelvis Operation - Vet Orthopaedics
Joe Inglis BVSc MRCVS is the vet for the One Show, This Morning and BBC Breakfast. He runs his own line of natural pet food called Pet's Kitchen Cats lead dangerous lives, dodging traffic, fighting over territory and bei…
December 9, 2009 • 9 shares • 12 comments
Poisons and Hazards
The nightmare before Christmas...
By Cat Henstridge BVSc MRCVS, The Pet Street Vet Christmas is one of my favourite times of year, all those presents and decorations, not to mention the yummy food! However, there are problems we see commonly with pets ar…
December 7, 2009 • 4 comments
Beware of Slugs and Snails and Angiostrongylus (lungworm)
To a gardener, slugs and snails can be a nuisance because they eat your plants, but to dogs they can pose a serious health risk because they act as an intermediate host for one of the most serious types of internal worms…
December 3, 2009 • 142 shares • 64 comments
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