diarrhoea

Vet Panel: Dogs and puppies with diarrhoea
Dogs
Vet Panel: Dogs and puppies with diarrhoea
Digestive upsets are a really common condition in dogs and puppies. So we’ve gathered a vet panel of our regular writers to talk about it for you! They are vets David Harris (DLH), Laura Waring (LW) and  Rachel Kenv…
November 19, 2020 • 174 shares
How serious is Wet Tail in hamsters?
Small pet
How serious is Wet Tail in hamsters?
The term ‘wet tail’ can be used to describe a variety of conditions in hamsters, some more serious than others. True Wet Tail is a serious gastrointestinal infection which can be life-threatening. However, the term ‘wet…
November 8, 2020 • 31 shares
Why is my dog being sick?
Common Conditions
Why is my dog being sick?
In the past, the wild ancestors of our pet dogs had to be opportunistic when it came to food in order to give themselves as much nutrition as possible. It wasn't certain when the next meal would be along! Perhaps this he…
July 16, 2020 • 550 shares
Should I give my cat cow's milk?
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Should I give my cat cow's milk?
The iconic image of a kitty with milk-stained whiskers, licking its lips with delight, has to be one of the most stereotypical animal-food relationships, among other joys such as a donkey with a carrot, a cow with a butt…
July 15, 2020 • 459 shares
Do dogs get food allergies?
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Do dogs get food allergies?
Dogs do indeed get food allergies, however the terminology in this area can be confusing. In this blog we’ll break down what a food allergy is, what signs your dog may have, and what can be done.
April 24, 2020 • 14 shares
Why has my bunny got a mucky bottom?
Pet Diet and Nutrition
Why has my bunny got a mucky bottom?
As this week is rabbit awareness week let’s start with some fun digestive facts about rabbits!   Fun fact one: Despite their small, furry appearance a rabbit’s digestive system greatly resembles that of a...
June 3, 2019 • 96 shares • 1 comments
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