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Oncology: Coping with Cancer

Coping with Cancer What You Need to Know Cancer is extremely common in pets. While a diagnosis of cancer in a beloved pet can be devastating, it is equally important for owners to realise that many forms of cancer can be successfully treated or managed to provide the pet with an excellent quality of life. It is also important to realise that in pets, just as

Oncology: Mast Cell Tumours

Mast Cell Tumours in Pets What are mast cell tumours? Mast cells are normally found throughout the body and are often involved in functions such as inflammatory and allergic reactions. Mast cell tumours (MCT) are the cancerous proliferation of mast cells at a particular site/s of the body. At present, no one knows exactly what causes normal mast cells to transform and develo

Preventative Medicine: 10 Myths About Fleas

10 Myths About Fleas Do you know the truth behind these myths? You can also download a copy of this article

Preventative Medicine: Flea Control

Flea Prevention Here is the large range of flea products that our clinic carries for both dogs and cats - click on each photo below to enlarge and/or save. As always, please do not hestitate to contact us if you have any enquires regarding our range of flea preventatives - or pop by our clinic to discuss with our team members which product is best suited to your pet.

Preventative Medicine: Health Checks and Vaccinations

Annual Health Checks and Vaccinations   To keep your pet he

Preventative Medicine: Worm Treatment Protocols

De-Worming Your Cat and Dog What intestinal worms should I ensure my pet is treated for? There are several different types of intestinal worms that may affect your dog and cat, some of which may be hazardous to human health as well. Find out more about these parasites below: (1) Roundworms Toxocara canis and Toxa
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Other Entries

  • Behaviour: Can You Interpret Your Pet's Body Language?
  • Behaviour: Calming Aids for Cats & Dogs
  • Behaviour: Making Your Home a Cat-Friendly Home
  • Bone & Joints: Canine Hip Dysplasia
  • Bone & Joints: Cranial Cruciate Ligament Rupture
  • Bone & Joints: Medial Patellar Luxation
  • Bone & Joints: Osteoarthritis
  • Dermatology: Anal Gland Disease
  • Dermatology: Hairy Ears – To Pluck or Not to Pluck?
  • Dermatology: Causes of Itchy Skin in Dogs
  • Dermatology: Diagnostic Testing for Itchy Dogs
  • Dermatology: Management & Treatment for Itchy Dogs
  • Endocrinology: Canine Diabetes Mellitus
  • Endocrinology: Feline Diabetes Mellitus
  • Endocrinology: Feline Hyperthyroidism
  • End-of-Life Care: Explaining to Children About Pet Euthanasia
  • End-of-Life Care: When to Consider Euthanasia
  • Gastrointestinal: Diarrhoea in Pets
  • Oncology: Coping with Cancer
  • Oncology: Mast Cell Tumours
  • Preventative Medicine: 10 Myths About Fleas
  • Preventative Medicine: Flea Control
  • Preventative Medicine: Health Checks and Vaccinations
  • Preventative Medicine: Worm Treatment Protocols
  • Urology: Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD)
  • Urology: Increased Drinking and Urination
  • Weight Management: Obesity
  • Weight Management: Unexpected Weight Changes
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