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Why does my cat have a bald spot?
Cats
Why does my cat have a bald spot?
Has your cat suddenly started to lose their fur and develop bald patches? There can be many causes of hair loss in your feline friend and this is actually quite a common problem. This article will discuss the more common…
April 10, 2022 • 20 shares
Why do Dogs Lick Their Paws?
Common Conditions
Why do Dogs Lick Their Paws?
Many people have a bad bodily habit or two. Whether it’s biting your nails, picking your nose, popping spots or picking scabs, we’ve all been guilty in the past. So it’s not really a surprise when our closest friends, do…
April 1, 2022 • 83 shares
My puppy keeps scratching its ears, what is the problem?
Dogs
My puppy keeps scratching its ears, what is the problem?
New puppies are great fun, but sometimes it can be hard to tell what is normal behaviour and what might be a cause for concern. One example is ear scratching - how common is it, and is it likely to be a problem?…
September 2, 2021 • 34 shares
Why do sheep need to be sheared?
Farm animal
Why do sheep need to be sheared?
We are all familiar with the bucolic image of sheep grazing fields, their woolly coats making them look like small clouds drifting along. Or in wintertime when it snows, and either they blend in the snowy surroundings, o…
August 24, 2021 • 41 shares
Is my dog allergic to living with me?
Common Conditions
Is my dog allergic to living with me?
House dust mites are present in all our homes, regardless of our cleaning regimes. Some sources suggest 10% of dogs have significant allergies and house dust mite affects a third of these dogs. These tiny members of the…
January 2, 2021 • 2 comments
Is skin disease in dogs inherited?
Ask a vet
Is skin disease in dogs inherited?
Within Veterinary Medicine it is well accepted that allergic skin disease in dogs has a hereditary basis. Or at least, there exists predisposition towards allergic skin disease with certain breeds of dogs. This underlyin…
September 30, 2020 • 40 shares • 1 comments
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