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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.

10 Foods You Should Never Give to Your Dog

Our loyal canine companions often have way of being totally irresistible when it comes to food and it is difficult to ignore them....
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How to Treat your Dog’s Wounds at Home

When your dog is injured it can be a stressful situation for both you and your pup. To help ease everyone’s anxiety, it...
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Pancreatitis in Dogs: Symptoms and How to Treat

Pancreatitis in dogs is a painful condition and you may wonder what to expect and how to help. Pancreatitis is treatable but can make your pet very ill.
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Why Does My Dog Drink More Water?

If your dog is drinking more water, should you be worried? Sometimes increased thirst in dogs is healthy and sometimes you should consider seeing your vet.
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Guide to Kidney Disease in Dogs

Your dog’s kidneys are important. Not only do they help filter out toxins and waste products from your dog’s blood, they also help...
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Why Worming Your Pet is So Important

What worms are dangerous in our cats and dogs? And what is the best way to protect your pets and family from parasites?

Cancer in Dogs: Facts, Symptoms and What to Expect

One of the worst things you can hear is that your dog has cancer. Despite the fact that survival odds have greatly improved...
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Heartworm In Dogs and What You Should Know

Heartworms are foot-long worms that live in the heart, lungs, and major blood vessels of pets. It sounds like something from a horror movie, but worse… it’s a reality. Whilst US dog owners rightly worry about heartworm, this parasite can also infect cats and ferrets, along with wild mammals such as coyotes, wolves, and foxes.
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Simplifying Fleas, Ticks and Worms

So you’ve just adopted your puppy. These are a few basic things you need to do to make sure your puppy and your family stay healthy.
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Cranial Cruciate Ligament Rupture in Dogs

A ruptured cruciate means a lengthy lay off from doing what they enjoy most. What’s so bad about a ruptured cruciate and what can be done to sort them?

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