Our beautiful cat is brave and curious, she is strong-willed, she is shy and will hide from strangers. She is generous and loving, she is gentle and kind, she makes us laugh. She is everything to us. We don’t have any children so she is our “daughter”. We will do anything and everything for […]
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Although more developed in the USA and Canada, palliative animal hospice care is starting to become a specialty in the UK with more and more vets and nurses training for the time when pets will need care and attention at the end of their lives. There is a difference between care given in a […]
Hello again! Today, I wanted to talk about Cushing’s Disease because the symptoms can be quite confusing to many people and hopefully, I can try to clear up a few doubts you might have. Does your dog have Hyper or Hypoadrenocorticism? Maybe you know it better as Cushing’s disease. HYPERadrenocorticism or HYPOadrenocorticism occurs when […]
Does your dog have Osteoarthritis? Poor thing, it can really bring them down and make them feel poorly. Widely known as arthritis, Degenerative Joint Disease (DJD) is actually Osteoarthrosis. This is a painful and deteriorating condition which is permanent and long-term. It can develop as a result of trauma, malformation, or age. It is […]
It is not a zoonotic disease We have known for a while that Coronavirus (COVID-19) is not a zoonotic disease. Animals cannot infect humans, although stories have circulated where this may have occurred in very rare circumstances. But, in the main, especially for domestic animals, this is a huge relief. Can you imagine what would […]