Archive: Mar 2013

Dogs
The truth about your dog's food? Or sensationalist entertainment dressed up as "the truth"?
Feeding your pet properly is one of the most important aspects of good pet care: in an online Twitter discussion this week, there was broad agreement with the statement that "Nutrition is the single most important enviro…
January 30, 2014 • 3 shares • 19 comments
Cats
Caring for the older cat (part 1) - helping your feline friend through old age
Sammy is 12 years old. That is a respectable age for a cat, so I was very happy to hear from his owner that he was still very well in himself and she had no concerns at all. The purpose of my visit was a routine health c…
January 29, 2014
Cats
Are you ready for the year ahead? - the pet calendar with a difference!
So, here we are, another year ahead! Are you ready? What might 2014 hold for you and your pets? January Let the dieting begin! With a third of pets in the UK carrying too much weight, many of us will have animals who cou…
January 16, 2014
Ask a vet online ‘vet found a soft lump underneath one of my puppies’ - what next?
Dogs
Ask a vet online ‘vet found a soft lump underneath one of my puppies’ - what next?
Question from Eileen Murphy Hi I have a set of pups.all at 7wks old.took them for there vet check an she found a soft lump underneath one of the girls were her tummy is the vets said it is nothing to worry about! It is a…
January 13, 2014 • 196 shares • 191 comments
Dogs
Ask a vet online 'How old does a pupy have to be before moving them onto adult food?'
Question from Tracie J Thorne How old does a pupy have to be before moving them onto adult food and not the PUPPY variety? Answer from Shanika Winters (Online Vet) Hi Tracie, thank you for your question regarding the age…
January 7, 2014
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