Vetoryl

Vetoryl Vetoryl is effective for both adrenal-based and pituitary-based Cushing's Disease. Vetoryl will help your dog live out his years more comfortably and with a better quality of life. Vetoryl blocks the excess cortisol from being produced. The overall result is that blood cortisol levels are reduced. Once the reduced concentrations have become stable the…

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Active+

Active+ Arthritis – dogs Is your dog “showing his age”? If so, try this simple test. Compared to several years ago is your dog: slower to get up after lying down? having problems with jumping in and out of the car or climbing stairs? less keen to exercise? Tiring more easily? showing any signs of…

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Weight Management

Weight Management Did you know that nearly 60% of dogs and 40% of cats in the UK are currently overweight or obese? Being a little overweight can lower your pet’s quality of life and can affect their ability to perform natural behaviours such as grooming or playing.  Like humans they can also suffer from many…

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Body Condition Scoring

Body Condition Scoring Is your cat or dog a healthy shape? As we move into 2018 we all become very conscious about our New Year resolutions and many of us take the opportunity to book in at the gym or start a diet to help us improve our weight and health. What about our pets…

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Dental Disease

Dental Disease Did you know dental disease is one of the most common problems seen by our vets? Dental disease isn't very nice for our pets and they often don't show any noticeable signs until it's really severe! The main causes are two nasty substances called plaque and tartar, which build up on our pets' teeth and makes…

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How Can I Help My Pet In Hot Weather?

How Can I Help My Pet In Hot Weather? Unlike us, cats and dogs only have sweat glands in their paws and around their nose which makes it difficult for them to regulate their temperature – this can lead to overheating and heat stroke on hot days. To help keep your pet cool… Make sure…

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Healthy Pet Club reaches 300,000 members!

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How To Stop Puppies Eating Poo

How To Stop Puppies Eating Poo Eating their own or other dogs’ faeces (called coprophagia) is an unpleasant but common problem with pet dogs, especially puppies. Contrary to widely held belief it doesn’t indicate a dietary deficiency, though there are some causes that can be corrected. They're just copying mum… When a litter of puppies…

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