It’s that time of year again when the weather is colder and the trees are losing their leaves; its autumn, and for any reptile owner particularly those with tortoises it’s time to decide whether you should brumate your pet. So why should you allow your pet to brumate?
Many of you will have seen reports in the news recently about an emerging disease in dogs called Babesiosis, which can be transmitted via tick bites.
It’s the start of a New Year, when we all start thinking about New Year’s Resolutions. But what about our pets? Do you have a FAT FELINE or a PORKY POOCH??
We have recently seen an increase in the number of rabbits and guinea pigs being brought into the practice seriously ill, or have sadly died at home. Gut Stasis or Ileus is a silent killer, and prompt veterinary treatment is vital to improve the prognosis for your small furry.
Spring is well and truly here now, and with the rising temperatures along comes the increasing number of flies….
Rabbits are now the UK’s 3rd most popular pet, but despite this, their welfare needs are still widely misunderstood by many owners,and it is now time to re-evaluate the ways we have traditionally kept pet rabbits now that we have a much greater knowledge and understanding of their specific needs.
Did you know that over 80% of cats and dogs over 3 years of age suffer from some degree of dental disease? thankfully, the majority of dental problems are treatable and most are preventable.