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Urinary Incontinence in Bitches
We all dread our pets growing old, and one of the problems we tend to associate with ageing is urinary incontinence, or leakage. Although this happens mainly in older bitches, it is not a problem that has to be just live…
June 6, 2011 • 25 shares • 23 comments
Vet Clinic
Pain Part 2: Getting rid of pain
Pain and pain relief are massive topics which can – and do – fill several textbooks. It’s way beyond the scope of a blog to go into all of the detail surrounding the use of painkillers, and so all I really want to do is…
March 24, 2011 • 14 shares • 64 comments
Neutering dogs - Bitch spay operation: a step by step guide
Deciding whether to spay Spaying or neutering a female dog is not a small operation, so owners should think carefully about all the pros and cons before deciding. The main advantages of spaying are preventing pregnancy,…
January 4, 2011 • 274 shares • 317 comments
Osteoarthritis in dogs.
This week I met a lovely 12 year old Labrador called Amber, who has been suffering for some time now with osteoarthritis. She is on a combination of two treatments, which keep her quality of life good although her condit…
May 12, 2010 • 9 shares • 10 comments
Pet Diet and Nutrition
But rabbits are meant to be cuddly, aren't they?!
Cat is the vet for; an on-line social networking site for pet lovers. Obesity is a huge (if you will excuse the pun!) issue in our pets and can lead to significant health problems. It is usually easy to t…
March 26, 2010 • 2 comments
A New Year’s Resolution for Pet Owners
It is traditional at this time of year to make resolutions for ourselves. But we should also remember our pets’ wellbeing at this time. It is estimated that 25-35% of dogs and slightly fewer cats in this country are over…
January 21, 2010
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