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 • 24 shares • 28 comments
What NOT to buy your pet for Christmas!
The nights have drawn in, Merry Hill is heaving and the carols have already been playing for weeks – it’s Christmas! If you are anything like me and leave everything to the last minute, you don’t have much time to plan t…
December 14, 2011 • 1 shares
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
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
Poisons and Hazards
Fly strike in rabbits
Rabbits are particularly prone to a condition called fly strike or myiasis, which happens when flies lay eggs on the rabbit and these develop into larvae (maggots). Usually eggs are laid where the skin is broken or soile…
May 18, 2010 • 8 shares • 2 comments
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