A little bit thirsty?

Is your pet a bit thirstier than usual? Are you filling up their water bowl more often, or have you noticed them drinking from the shower or toilet? An increase in thirst can be one of the first signs of kidney disease and if you are worried you should arrange a check...

Spring is in the air and so is itchy skin

Itchy skin can cause absolute chaos and really affect your dog’s quality of life. One of the most common and frustrating ‘itchy skin’ conditions we see in dogs is atopic dermatitis. This inflammatory condition is caused by a reaction to allergens in...

What should I feed my pet?

It can be very overwhelming when trying to choose the best diet for your pet. There are so many options out there and each seem to claim to provide specific health benefits for your pet. What is the most suitable diet for your pet? That’s easy! A diet...

Managing arthritic pets

If your pet has been diagnosed with arthritis don’t despair! There are multiple ways we can treat the disease and help your pet live a longer and more comfortable life. They key to managing the disease is a multi-targeted approach. If we use a combination of...

Understanding blood and urine tests

Blood and urine tests are an essential part of good veterinary medicine and can be critical when diagnosing and managing diseases. Blood testsBlood tests can give us a wealth of information about the health of your pet. They provide an insight into the health of many...

Caring for senior pets

Did you know that dogs and cats are considered senior when they reach 8 years of age? Most importantly, senior pets require some extra special attention to help keep them happy and healthy. Here are some of the best ways you can care for your senior pet: 1. Regular...