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What happens when the vet's removing a lump?
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What happens when the vet's removing a lump?
What is a lump? A lump is a swelling or growth that can appear on or under your pet’s skin. Finding a lump on your pet can be a worrying time but try not to panic – not all lumps are nasty. Lumps and bumps are more commo…
November 21, 2020 • 6 shares • 2 comments
Is skin disease in dogs inherited?
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Is skin disease in dogs inherited?
Within Veterinary Medicine it is well accepted that allergic skin disease in dogs has a hereditary basis. Or at least, there exists predisposition towards allergic skin disease with certain breeds of dogs. This underlyin…
September 30, 2020 • 26 shares
Is Seawater Good for my Dog's Wound?
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Is Seawater Good for my Dog's Wound?
Picture the scene: you’re happily running with your dog along a sunny beach somewhere, when suddenly you hear a yelp! Running over, you see he has cut his paw on a rock. It’s not serious but what should you do next? Is i…
September 21, 2020 • 48 shares
How Often Do Dogs Need Grooming?
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How Often Do Dogs Need Grooming?
In the first part, we looked at WHY dog’s need grooming. Finally we can now move on to how often you should be grooming your dog!…
September 19, 2020 • 432 shares
When should I worry about my dog not eating?
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When should I worry about my dog not eating?
It can be a really worrying time when your dog is off their food. Unfortunately ‘anorexia’ or loss of appetite can be caused by a whole host of reasons. In order to determine the treatment to give to your dog, it is impo…
September 13, 2020 • 115 shares • 8 comments
Newsflash: Joint disease risk in dogs neutered early
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Newsflash: Joint disease risk in dogs neutered early
In recent years there’s been a lot of debate as to what the risks and benefits are from neutering. This is especially true of larger breed dogs, and how best to manage them is a perennial debate. The benefits of neuterin…
September 4, 2020 • 239 shares
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