Archive: Mar 2013

Will the clock change affect my animals?
News and Comment
Will the clock change affect my animals?
This weekend (at 2am on Sunday, October 28th) the clocks in the UK go back by one hour. If you’d forgotten, now’s the time to go and set a reminder for yourself (!), otherwise, I’d like to look in a bit more detail at ho…
October 24, 2018 • 192 shares
When does a cat vomiting need veterinary attention?
Cats
When does a cat vomiting need veterinary attention?
Most cat owners have experienced the unpleasant sensation of cat sick between the toes on a nighttime bathroom trip, or as a nice addition to your favourite rug. Vomiting is the active expulsion of stomach contents, whic…
October 23, 2018 • 469 shares • 578 comments
Cat drooling everywhere? These could be the reasons!
Cats
Cat drooling everywhere? These could be the reasons!
In this blog we will discuss situations where it could be normal for your cat to drool, followed by some examples of when it may be more of a concern. If in doubt it is always best to get your pet checked by a vet.
October 16, 2018 • 196 shares • 142 comments
Is it safe for my dog to eat its own sick?
Ask a vet
Is it safe for my dog to eat its own sick?
If you’ve owned dogs for any period of time, you’ll be well aware of their less pleasant habits… However, there are very few that are as disgusting to us as eating their own sick! That awful “retch… retch… heAVe… slurp s…
October 12, 2018 • 296 shares • 39 comments
The sad cat – do cats really get depressed?
Cats
The sad cat – do cats really get depressed?
Cats do experience emotions, but studying and measuring their emotion is challenging. It’s sometimes hard for us not to treat our cats as little humans, but while they feel emotion, it may not be in the same way as we do…
October 5, 2018 • 46 shares • 3 comments
How clever is your dog? A literature review sums up the evidence and if dogs were clever enough to understand, they wouldn't be happy
Behaviour
How clever is your dog? A literature review sums up the evidence and if dogs were clever enough to understand, they wouldn't be happy
A literature review carried out by researchers at the University of Exeter has reached a conclusion that may upset millions of pet owners: the combination of many different studies of animal intelligence suggest that dog…
October 3, 2018 • 183 shares
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