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Stephen Logan

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How dogs can benefit from a home-cooked diet - Q&A with VetChef founder Joe Inglis
News and Comment
How dogs can benefit from a home-cooked diet - Q&A with VetChef founder Joe Inglis
Have you ever considered home-cooked meals for your dog? We spoke with Joe Inglis, founder of VetChef, about how he wants to make it easier for pet owners to feed their dog nutritious food they’ll love.  If that nam…
June 18, 2021 • 168 shares
What is EGUS and how are ulcers treated in horses?
Horses
What is EGUS and how are ulcers treated in horses?
If you haven’t heard of EGUS before, it stands for Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome. This is what other horse owners refer to, when they say that their horse has ulcers. It can be pretty nasty and very uncomfortable f…
May 15, 2021
Ask our vets a question on the Forum
Ask a vet
Ask our vets a question on the Forum
We’re excited to launch the VetHelpDirect forum.  This is an opportunity for pet owners to ask our vets any questions about health and welfare. Whether your doberman has a dental problem, you’ve got a stressed out S…
March 24, 2021 • 19 shares
Best UK Vets 2021 Announced
Best UK Vets
Best UK Vets 2021 Announced
Are you looking for the Best UK Vet 2022 winner? If so, it's here! It’s fair to say that 2020 is a year that most of us won’t forget in a hurry.  Like most businesses, vet practices have had to adapt to a new way of…
March 24, 2021 • 679 shares
Puppy Farms and Dog Thefts Continue to Make the Headlines
News and Comment
Puppy Farms and Dog Thefts Continue to Make the Headlines
It’s still happening. People are buying dogs at a record rate. And where demand is generated, supply has to follow.  In principle, this is a good thing. Dogs are fantastic companions, they help us get out and about…
March 13, 2021 • 14 shares
Puppy Ownership: Why it’s not always a walk in the park
Dogs
Puppy Ownership: Why it’s not always a walk in the park
Owning a puppy isn’t always a walk in the park. Sure, any time you look at social media, you’ll see the cute, well-behaved dogs sitting politely for another photograph. What you don’t see is the hours of midnight toilet…
February 7, 2021 • 89 shares
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