Archive: Sep 2020

Getting ready for an anaesthetic at the vets
At one time or another we all have to face our beloved pets having an anaesthetic which can be a scary process if it’s not properly explained. Fortunately most veterinary practices have a fantastic team of nurses that ca…
May 25, 2012
When to spay - When is the best time to spay or neuter?
In recent years, "desexing" - spaying and neutering - has become the obvious and natural choice for most pet owners. Apart from population control, it's often been said that there early neutering is better for the health…
May 18, 2012 • 113 shares • 11 comments
Equine ER - Dealing with traumatic injuries
I recently had to stop on the side of the road to help out a family whose trailer had rolled over, trapping their horse inside. By the time I'd got past the queue of stationary holiday traffic, they'd already done the fi…
May 11, 2012 • 10 shares
How Do You Know If A Cat Is In Pain?
How Do You Know If A Cat Is In Pain?
It sounds like such a simple question, but the answer is actually far more complicated than we think. And it’s not just cat owners who struggle with this question, those of us who have studied these creatures for years s…
May 2, 2012 • 739 shares • 822 comments
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