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My dog hasn’t pooped all day, should I be worried?
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My dog hasn’t pooped all day, should I be worried?
Dog’s toilet habits can give us some information about their general health, particularly their digestive health. Frequency of defecation varies between individuals and depends on the dog’s age, lifestyle and diet; howev…
November 27, 2021 • 78 shares
Radioactive iodine for cats - is it worth it?
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Radioactive iodine for cats - is it worth it?
Radioactive iodine treatment is a therapy that your veterinary surgeon may recommend if your cat is diagnosed with hyperthyroidism. Hyperthyroidism, or an overactive thyroid, is a common disease of older cats. Affected c…
November 24, 2021 • 45 shares
What insurance will support my pet if they get cancer?
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What insurance will support my pet if they get cancer?
It’s something we all worry that our pets might develop… but what is the financial impact of a cancer diagnosis for your dog or cat? Will that expensive pet insurance really help?…
November 23, 2021 • 23 shares
My dog hasn't eaten for 12 hours, what should I do?
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My dog hasn't eaten for 12 hours, what should I do?
Although our dogs provide us boundless love and comfort, they can also come with a healthy dollop of worry. From perhaps deciding to forget what recall is, to chewing things they really shouldn’t be chewing, we can all g…
November 18, 2021 • 41 shares
Does arthritis in dogs and cats get worse in bad weather?
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Does arthritis in dogs and cats get worse in bad weather?
As the summer sun gives way to the autumn rains and the leaves start to fall, so do the temperatures. Anecdotally, cold damp weather has long been thought of as a contributing factor to making arthritis pain worse in peo…
November 14, 2021 • 65 shares
Do crossbreed dachshunds get back problems, or is it just purebreds?
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Do crossbreed dachshunds get back problems, or is it just purebreds?
Let me guess – you love dachshunds and would love to have one, but you are put off by their increased risk of back problems? Hoping that by going for a crossbreed, you might get the adorable looks and sweet temperament o…
November 6, 2021 • 35 shares
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