Veterinary Tips and Advice
Our resident veterinarian writes a weekly article containing background information, tips and advice on medical conditions and other common pet issues. Please find a collection of the published articles below. The collection is continuously updated to ensure an extensive range of background information that can be consulted whenever necessary.
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Autumn has started and acorns are falling off the trees in bunches. Plenty of dogs enjoy playing with these nuts and even try to eat them. Please beware, because acorns are toxic!Read more >
A fear of fireworks is a very common problem for cats and dogs. However, if you start behavioural therapy early enough, it is easy to deal with. There are also various products available to soothe animals and reduce their fear. This article...Read more >
For many dogs, New Year's Eve or Bonfire Night are no fun. Sudden flashes in all kinds of colours, crackling noise, hissing, whistling and lots of loud bangs can be very scary. It is understandable that many dogs don't know what to do with...Read more >
With November and December approaching, you must be busy preparing for the holidays, ready to make it a nice festive month. Of course you also want the holidays to be fun for your pets. Many animals can get stressed during these months,...Read more >