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What is Cushing’s Disease in dogs?
Common Conditions
What is Cushing’s Disease in dogs?
Today we will be discussing a relatively common disease of the endocrine system called Cushing’s disease. Mostly seen in dogs, Cushing’s disease is where the adrenal glands overproduce certain hormones leading to problem…
October 20, 2020 • 329 shares
Why does my dog have warts?
Common Conditions
Why does my dog have warts?
Canine viral papillomatosis sounds like a very concerning illness; however, it is the technical description of warts.  What are warts? Warts are a benign type of tumour of the skin. They can be singular or multiple…
October 17, 2020 • 256 shares
What is Canine Cushing’s Disease?
Common Conditions
What is Canine Cushing’s Disease?
Today we will be discussing a relatively common disease of the endocrine system called Cushing’s disease. Mostly seen in dogs, Cushing’s disease is where the adrenal glands overproduce certain hormones leading to problem…
July 25, 2020 • 1090 shares
Does my dog have epilepsy?
Common Conditions
Does my dog have epilepsy?
Epilepsy is a term used to describe repeated seizures or fits. Sometimes these fits can be one-off events, or several can occur in a short space of time. They may be quite infrequent or occur regularly.
July 7, 2020 • 37 shares
Grain-Free Food: Is it Good or Bad?
Controversial topics
Grain-Free Food: Is it Good or Bad?
In the first of a new series on “controversial topics”, we asked vet student Joe Dunne to review the evidence on Grain-free foods for dogs, and the potential health issues. Here’s his take on the situation! Pet food manu…
June 23, 2020 • 227 shares • 8 comments
Might my pet be diabetic?
Common Conditions
Might my pet be diabetic?
Diabetes is estimated to affect 1 in 200 cats, and 1 in 300 dogs in the UK, although it may be under-diagnosed. In both species it’s said to be on the increase. According to a 5-year study of 900 pets by insurer Animal F…
June 18, 2020 • 49 shares
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