As responsible pet owners, it’s not uncommon to experience a pang of guilt when leaving our furry friends at home while we head back to work.
Fireworks may make us humans happy and excited but the same isn’t true for our furry friends.
With Christmas just a few weeks away, it’s time to ensure your pets are prepared for the silly season.
Whilst lumps on pets are more frequently seen in older pets, they can also appear on younger animals too. But what do you do if you find that lump or bump on your pet?
Whether they're coming with you or not, your pets are a major consideration heading towards the summer holidays.
Kellie Tickner offers advice on how often to clip your dog's nails - and the best approach to get it done without fuss.
Here are a few safety tips so pet lovers can enjoy their trick-or-treating and keep their animals safe.
Dogs suffer from a variety of different skin conditions and allergies that routinely need a vet’s attention. Here are five common skin conditions found in dogs.
Over the past few weeks, we have seen an increased number of pets attend the practice after ‘playing’ with a snake.
With spring comes glorious sunshine, warmer weather — and ticks.
Locals preparing their lawns and homes for spring are being warned to be careful using products that could be harmful to pets.
There are many types of artificial sweeteners becoming more commonly used in human foods. The most concerning is Xylitol.
Like humans, dogs can catch viruses and infections and show symptoms similar to that of a cold or flu. Kennel cough is a common respiratory infection in dogs caused by bacteria or viruses.
Cat flu is common at this time of year. What should you be looking out for?
One in five dogs suffers from the pain and disability caused by arthritis.