Mites

Why is my dog scratching? He hasn't got fleas!
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Why is my dog scratching? He hasn't got fleas!
Dogs do occasionally scratch, but if it’s frequent, incessant or distressing then something is amiss. Some dogs will lick or nibble rather than scratch. Many do this in private so watch out for red, sore skin, bald patch…
August 19, 2019 • 478 shares • 4 comments
Why is my rabbit scratching?
Rabbits
Why is my rabbit scratching?
Although it’s no longer Rabbit Awareness Week, we thought we’d cover some extra rabbity things this month! Rabbits are quite fastidious creatures. They love to groom and will have the odd scratch. It is important to know…
June 14, 2019 • 95 shares • 2 comments
Cats
Zoonotic diseases - what could you catch from your pet?
Zoonosis is any disease that can pass from animal to human. Although most are easily treated, some of them can be serious and even fatal. Below are several zoonotic diseases that can be passed from dogs and cats, sometim…
June 25, 2014
Cats
June bugs - stopping parasites from bugging your pets!
Hurrah, it’s June! Which means the weather is (hopefully) warming up and summer is just around the corner! However, just as we enjoy the sunny conditions, so do the bugs and beasties that live on our pets. A little foret…
June 18, 2014 • 1 shares • 2 comments
Dogs
Ask a vet online - ‘Can you suggest a home remedy for mites in dogs please?’
Question from Sharon Barett: Hi can you suggest a home remedy for mites in dogs please? I used the spot on treatment off the vet for 3 months but it did not make any difference she still scratches it a King Charles Spani…
March 28, 2014
Horses
Rain Scald, Mud Fever and Greasy Heels - Wet Weather Care for Horses
I heard on the news recently that this year has been one of the wettest on record. I don't know if it’s true - but it certainly feels about right! The big danger to our horses from this, of course, is Rain Scald and Mud…
January 3, 2013 • 3 shares • 1 comments
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