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Just like us, our dogs can get sick. Keep on top of your dog’s health and wellness with tips and advice written and reviewed by our Vets.

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How to Express Dog’s Anal Glands

Full or impacted anal glands are no joke. A dog will drag his rear across the ground to relieve the unbearable itch, which is where you step in to help out.
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Diarrhea in Dogs: When to Worry

For dog owners diarrhea can be a relatively frequent occurrence and knowing when to worry can be important. We run through what you need to know.
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Dog Teeth Cleaning & Dental Care

Does your dog have bad breath? Are their teeth clean? Learn more about dental care for dogs and get tips to help ensure your dog has a clean, healthy mouth.
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Bordetella: How to Treat and Prevent Kennel Cough in Dogs

As a dog owner, I’m sure you’ve heard of the dreaded kennel cough. An annoying, hacking cough that can berate your dog after a trip to the groomer, dog park or boarding facility, kennel cough is an all too common illness in our pooch pals.
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Basic Preventative Health: What Does Your Dog Need?

When you buy a dog, it's important to develop a plan of action to keep your pet in tip-top health. We have a look at some basic health measures such as vaccines, worm, flea and tick preventatives.

Why Your Dog or Cat May Have Fleas, Even if You Never See Them

Is your pet itchy but you have check over and over again and never seen a flea? Is your vet saying they have fleas but you disagree? If so, please read on.
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Bloat in Dogs: Is a Preventative Gastropexy the Answer?

Bloat in dogs is a common and often fatal emergency, but a preventative gastropexy is a way you can greatly reduce the risk of it happening.
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Seizures in Dogs

Watching your dog have a fit is alarming for any pet parent. But what many people don’t realize is that seizures in dogs are a symptom, rather than a diagnosis in itself.
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Bone Cancer in Dogs

Canine cancer can be a dog owners’ worst nightmare and few other cancers are as terrifying as bone cancer. Osteosarcoma is the most common form of bone cancer found in dogs, accounting for around 85% of total bone tumors.
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Creative Ways to Include your Dog this Christmas

Our four-legged friends are just as much a part of our family as the two-legged variety. Here are a few tips on how to include them in your Christmas celebrations.

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