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Fat pets: silently suffering due to their owners' "kindness"
Here's a paradox: the biggest cause of suffering in pet dogs may be people who believe that they love their pets the most. What am I talking about? Overfeeding and its consequence: obesity. Over a third of dogs in the UK…
September 24, 2012 • 6 comments
What NOT to feed your cat
What NOT to feed your cat
Clients often ask me what they should feed their cats. It sounds like a simple question, but the answer is far from straight forward. The biggest debate amongst veterinarians at the moment is whether or not a cat should…
August 20, 2012 • 30 shares • 34 comments
Sammy’s Story – Feline Diabetes Isn’t As Scary As It Sounds!
Sammy is a lovely, and much loved, 13 year old moggie who has always been the picture of health. Healthy appetite, healthy weight and body condition – and he seemed pretty happy too. But a few months ago his owner notice…
March 19, 2012
How can you tell if your pet is in pain?
It seems a simple enough task, to be able to tell when your pet is in pain but actually it can be a lot harder than you think. Animals have been programmed over millions of years of evolution to hide when they are sore o…
February 29, 2012 • 3 shares
New Years Petolutions!
Oh! A New Year’s resolution? That sounds fun! I can I do one? Can I, can I, please?! Right, OK, what should I try? How about slobbering less?! Could do but that would be VERY difficult and I think Mum would miss it, she…
January 12, 2012
Pet Diet and Nutrition
What Your Rabbit Really Needs
Rabbits are really popular pets in the UK, second only to cats and dogs, and they can make great companions. However, despite peoples best efforts their needs are often misunderstood and rather than being treated as the…
August 31, 2011 • 2 comments
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