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Why you shouldn't smoke near pets
Animal Welfare
Why you shouldn't smoke near pets
It probably comes as no surprise to any of us, to learn that smoking near your pet is not a good idea. Passive smoking will have a variety of detrimental effects on your pet’s health; particularly of course, with regards…
March 27, 2021 • 1 comments
My cat has lymphoma – what does that mean?
Cats
My cat has lymphoma – what does that mean?
Cats are experts at hiding disease, sleeping a little more and doing a little less. A diagnosis of lymphoma can be a complete surprise in a cat who seems a little off colour. But lymphoma is actually a remarkably common…
February 28, 2021 • 13 shares
Do vaccines cause cancer in cats?
Cats
Do vaccines cause cancer in cats?
Vaccines (as we are all too aware at the moment!), are life-saving preventative medicines. Worldwide, they reduce both the frequency and severity of many infectious diseases in humans and animals. Whilst rigorously teste…
January 29, 2021 • 53 shares
Does neutering dogs cause cancer?
Neutering
Does neutering dogs cause cancer?
A surprising question…….  Since the 1970’s vets have advocated neutering for prevention of cancer in dogs and cats. There is evidence for a reduction in breast cancer in neutered female dogs(1) and cats (2). Surgica…
October 10, 2020 • 252 shares
Does neutering dogs prevent prostate disease?
Neutering
Does neutering dogs prevent prostate disease?
When talking about neutering, vets often list a series of diseases that neutering can help prevent. Prostate disease is often near the top of that list - but is it true? What are the impacts of neutering on prostate dise…
October 7, 2020 • 148 shares
How would I know if my dog has a brain tumour?
Dogs
How would I know if my dog has a brain tumour?
Brain tumours can occur in dogs, just as in people, and account for 2-5% of all canine cancers. When they happen, they can be devastating. As although there are many different types of tumour, most are eventually fatal,…
July 11, 2020 • 76 shares
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