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Supporters’ Tips for Winter

Supporters’ Tips for Winter

It’s nearly Christmas and winter has arrived with a vengeance after a very long, mild and pretty wet season. Many of us are experiencing minus temperatures, snow, ice and cold winds. So, we thought we’d pull together some information and share some of our Supporters Top Tips for winter!! 

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Remembering Animals in War

Remembering Animals in War

We’d like to mark the enormous sacrifice people and animals have given in times of war, sometimes without choice and often above and beyond the call of duty. This blog honours the many animals who have helped and continue to help safeguard our future.

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Supporting Disabled Dogs

Supporting Disabled Dogs

Vet Dr Susan Andresier talks about the many ways in which a dog suffering life changing injuries or illness can be supported and have a good quality of life as a result of holistic veterinary care.

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Canine Elbow Dysplasia

Canine Elbow Dysplasia

Elbow Dysplasia is a common cause of lameness in dogs. It can affect one or both front limbs. We asked veterinary physiotherapist and TTouch Practitioner, Julie Moss, to describe the possible symptoms, causes and various treatments that are available as part of integrated veterinary care.

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Binky’s Healing Journey

Binky’s Healing Journey

We asked Lolie Borgars, one of our long-term supporters, to tell us about her beloved dog Binky and what prompted her to introduce complementary treatments into his care. Her observations about hydrotherapy in particular reveal just how holistic care can help your animal on so many levels and strengthen your bond with them. It gave Binky the chance to thrive despite his problems.

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Annie’s Story

Annie’s Story

One of our long-time supporters Val Brown writes about the joys of having a rescue dog and making up for the years of abuse she had suffered as well as learning first hand about the benefits of holistic veterinary care alongside her inspirational dog Annie.

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