Ruth Cawston

MA VetMB CertAVP(SAM) MRCVS

Latest articles by Ruth Cawston

Top Tips From A Vet On Peaceful Euthanasia For Rabbits
end of life
Top Tips From A Vet On Peaceful Euthanasia For Rabbits
Our most important duty as pet owners is to make sure that our pets stay happy, healthy and pain-free throughout their lives. Sadly, this may mean that at some stage, we may have to make the decision to have them euthani…
December 16, 2021 • 65 shares
Pet insurance - is life-long cover really worth it?
Pet Insurance
Pet insurance - is life-long cover really worth it?
Pet insurance has become more and more popular over the last few years and can offer a convenient way to budget for the cost of your pet’s healthcare bills. There are a huge range of different policies now on offer. And…
December 12, 2021 • 20 shares
Eight signs that your dog may die young
Dogs
Eight signs that your dog may die young
We all want our dogs to live for as long as possible, but sadly their life spans are never as long as our own. There are many different things that can affect how long our dogs might live, and how likely they are to die…
December 5, 2021 • 133 shares
Older dogs are helping to train younger ones - a radical approach to dog training
Behaviour
Older dogs are helping to train younger ones - a radical approach to dog training
Puppies can be a real handful when they are young, and getting them trained can be a painstaking, time-consuming process. There is no substitute to spending quality one-on-one time working with your puppy. But have you e…
December 4, 2021 • 21 shares
Can I self-refer my pet?
referral
Can I self-refer my pet?
There are many different situations where our pets may benefit from being treated by someone besides their regular vet. Pets with complex health conditions may need specialist care. Those with sore joints may benefit fro…
November 1, 2021 • 27 shares
End of life care for cats: what you should look out for
Cats
End of life care for cats: what you should look out for
Our cats are living longer than they ever used to. Thanks to modern medicine and good nutrition, the life expectancy of an average moggie is now 14 years. A significant number of cats will reach their late teens or even…
June 7, 2021 • 27 shares
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