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preventative health

Is my dog protected against ticks?
Dogs
Is my dog protected against ticks?
There’s no debating that ticks are nasty, unwelcome guests! These successful parasites feed off blood and they are something that everyone wants to avoid. As much as I dislike associating critters with food, I always fee…
September 18, 2021 • 63 shares
What is a vet pet health plan?
Preventative Health
What is a vet pet health plan?
There is a good chance that if you have entered a veterinary clinic in the past few years then you may have been offered membership to a Pet Health Plan. Their adoption across the veterinary section has become widespread…
August 4, 2021 • 50 shares
How do I Care For a Litter of New-born Kittens?
Kittens
How do I Care For a Litter of New-born Kittens?
So you’re wondering what to expect now that your cat is expecting? You’ve come to the right place! This blog should leave you feeling comforted that you can thrive at taking care of your new litter of kittens - it’s not…
March 16, 2021 • 113 shares • 1 comments
5 ways to minimise your pet's need for veterinary care
Save money
5 ways to minimise your pet's need for veterinary care
Veterinary care can be really expensive - we know that. However, there are lots of things you can do to make it less likely that your pet will need treatment. Our vet blogger Laura explores some health-boosting, money-sa…
October 23, 2020 • 46 shares
The importance of routine preventative treatment, even now!
Preventative Health
The importance of routine preventative treatment, even now!
Ensuring your pet lives a long, healthy, and happy life with you and your family is a key goal for vets. While we are always there to help when your pet is sick, prevention of disease is better than trying to find a cure…
May 28, 2020 • 32 shares
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