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What is precision nutrition for dogs?
Diet
What is precision nutrition for dogs?
Does one size of diet fit all? Is there a universally healthy diet?  Recent large-scale studies have shown that people have profoundly individual responses to the same food. The results of these and further studies…
January 19, 2021
Looking after elderly pets in the winter
Cats
Looking after elderly pets in the winter
Winter can be hard for elderly people, and elderly pets suffer more too.  Cats are considered elderly from 11 years of age, dogs at 7, but this depends on breed. Just as in humans, age brings changes: reduced smell,…
January 18, 2021
Is my dog deaf?
Dogs
Is my dog deaf?
Dogs are expert at reading us, and our behaviour. They can predict our actions from imperceptible signals. Seizure alert and diabetes alert dogs use these skills to protect their owners. This sensitivity makes it difficu…
January 16, 2021 • 37 shares
Should I rescue a dog from abroad?
Animal Welfare
Should I rescue a dog from abroad?
As a nation of animal lovers, many of us are happy to provide a rescue dog with a second chance of a loving home. But are we causing more harm than we’re preventing by importing rescued dogs? Vet Sian investigates……
January 15, 2021
Why does my dog have an ear infection?
Common Conditions
Why does my dog have an ear infection?
Disease of the outer portion of the ear canal (otitis externa) is one of the most frequent presenting problems seen, day to day, in first opinion veterinary practice. Representing inflammation of the cells that line the…
January 14, 2021
Does my dog have dry eye?
Common Conditions
Does my dog have dry eye?
Do you find yourself looking over to gaze into the windows of your dog’s soul, only to find your view interrupted by a claggy film of eye bogies? Do you find the view into your pooch’s eyes is less crystal-clear glass bu…
January 12, 2021 • 24 shares
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