Keeping Your Pet Healthy and Happy
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Kidney stones are made up of naturally occurring by-products of the kidney, such as calcium, uric acid and oxalate. They have a crystal-like appearance and can vary in size and number. All breeds of dog can develop kidney stones, but certain breeds are particularly susceptible to this condition.
It’s not always possible to identify why a dog develops kidney stones, but they can occur as a result of recurrent urinary tract infections or a diet that causes the urine to be too alkaline in nature. Read More»
Puppies and grown dogs are vulnerable to infectious diseases. Therefore, if you have become the owner of a little canine, it is advisable to plan for vaccinations. Vaccines are a critical preventive measure against illnesses that could be fatal. In general, the process involves introducing an agent which stimulates the natural immune response of the puppy. Consequently, if the dog is exposed to the disease, their body will be able to fight the infection. Read More»
If you own a pet, one of your top priorities will be to ensure its health and safety. When your pet develops a sickness, finding the best veterinary hospital is usually the best action to take. Unfortunately, this may not always be easy, especially if you just got your first pet or moved into a new area. Worse still, if it’s an emergency in the middle of the night, you may not know where to take your beloved pet. Read More»
With so many people around the world concerned about the global coronavirus outbreak, many pet owners have started to look more closely at their dog vaccination programme. In fact, coronavirus is something that has been recorded in both domestic cats and dogs for some time. However, pet owners should not be unduly alarmed by this. The specific contagion affecting the world – Covid-19 – has not yet been scientifically recorded as something that can be transmitted by domestic pets, according to the World Health Organisation. Read More»
Dogs react in different ways to a vet visit, and some react by showing anxiety. This can be stressful as a pet owner, as regular vet visits are really important to their health. This short guide offers a few things you can do to have a successful vet appointment despite a nervous pet.
Choose the Right Vet
The right vet will be able to help calm your dog’s anxieties and make your appointment a success. Read More»
Most pet owners will happily take their dogs or cats to the vet at least once a year, and probably more frequently than that. Most of the time these check-ups reveal nothing out of the ordinary, and you may be given some flea pills or some similarly low-risk treatment options for a minor problem. What is often overlooked is the oral health and hygiene of your pet. Here are three very common problems that your pets could suffer from that you won’t know unless you visit a veterinary dentistry clinic. Read More»