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eating

Why does my cat vomit after eating?
Cats
Why does my cat vomit after eating?
It is a common myth that vomiting is normal in cats. Most animals will be sick on occasion, but regular vomiting is not normal. Cats can get upset stomachs for a variety of reasons, some more serious than others. If you…
March 30, 2022 • 78 shares
My puppy wants to eat everything, what should I do?
Behaviour
My puppy wants to eat everything, what should I do?
The urge to chew is completely normal in young puppies, though it can lead them into trouble on occasions. Puppies are naturally curious. The way they explore the world around them and interact with new things often invo…
December 29, 2021 • 48 shares
Why Has My Cat Stopped Eating?
Cats
Why Has My Cat Stopped Eating?
A lack of appetite is a frequent cause for concern amongst cat owners. There is a long list of potential causes, some more serious than others. Cats are very good at hiding signs of illness, which means that getting to t…
March 4, 2021 • 42 shares
When should I worry about my dog not eating?
Ask a vet
When should I worry about my dog not eating?
It can be a really worrying time when your dog is off their food. Unfortunately ‘anorexia’ or loss of appetite can be caused by a whole host of reasons. In order to determine the treatment to give to your dog, it is impo…
September 13, 2020 • 286 shares • 293 comments
Why Does My Dog Eat Poo?
Dogs
Why Does My Dog Eat Poo?
Eating poo, or ‘coprophagia’ is one of the most disgusting habits our dogs can have. It’s actually fairly common for dogs to eat their own poo. About 16% of dogs eating poo at least three times in their lives. There are…
May 16, 2020 • 87 shares
Why is my rabbit not eating?
Rabbits
Why is my rabbit not eating?
When rabbits stop eating, it’s usually serious. As prey species, they’re hard-wired to carry on as if nothing is wrong, to make sure they don’t look weak to a predator. Although there are lots of different reasons a rabb…
June 21, 2019 • 81 shares • 110 comments
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