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Ticks are the bane of dog-owners’ lives. These tiny, blood-sucking insects find their way on to your dog’s coat when they venture into an infested area. It is important to get rid of ticks as soon as possible, ticks as soon as you find them as they can carry debilitating and potential lethal diseases, such as Lyme Disease.
Lyme Disease – often hard to diagnose (when the symptoms could be down to other things) and consequently underdiagnosed. This is Daisy’s harrowing but hopeful story as documented by her owner, Lee Hogg, who will do anything for her as long as her tail keeps wagging and she has a quality of life….
None of us like the thought of creepy crawlies on our pets, but it is the warm part of the year where they are around in higher numbers. SO, STAY ALERT for ticks…..
When Sue Maclennan received the devastating news that her dog Monty had a form of bone cancer which had few conventional treatment options, it set her on a course to find an alternative. Two years on, she shares the story of his remarkable recovery and how homeopathy helped give Monty a new lease of life.
Yes, separation anxiety is a thing for dogs too. Vet Nurse Morag Sutherland gives us potential solutions to aid a more comfortable return to work.
I have used chemical flea and tick treatments in the past, albeit rather haphazardly. I knew the pros and cons. But, as with many things in life, something of such significance occurred that it made me change my approach.
Territory issues are one of the most common problems faced by feline guardians. Discover why a cat’s territory is so important and how it is linked to aggression and spraying.
Nursing an elderly cat brings challenges and lifelong lessons. Shere Khan shows his ‘Mum’ what she needs to know.
With a soar in the demand for puppies, and the humans being in the house 24/7, we need to make sure our dogs can cope as we ease out of lockdown.
Restrictions during 2020 has caused stress for us all, let alone our cats who also suffer with stress-induced conditions. Holistic Vet, Vicky Simon explains how to manage cystitis in cats suffering due to stress.
An experienced vet nurse and dog behaviourist questions who has governance over dog trainers and hails the arrival of the UK Dog Behaviour & Training Charter
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A short course in the basics of raw feeding your dog by Holistic Vet Dr Nick Thompson.
Ralph started to withdraw into himself during lock-down. Getting some advice from someone who understands dog behaviour was all it took to get him happy again.