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Did you know that a rabbit’s teeth never stop growing. A diet containing tough grass and hay wears down their teeth and avoids them becoming too long. Just get in touch if you’d like any advice about rabbit dental care or diets.
Anyone who’s had a puppy will know they love to chew when they’re teething! Watch out for ripped shoes, torn clothes and nibbled furniture if you have a puppy in the house. What's your teething puppy chewed on? Show us a photo!
Did you know that most dogs have 42 adult teeth? Sometimes a few teeth may not develop and occasionally dogs have extra teeth! How many have yours got?!
Did you know that specially formulated foods can help pets to maintain good dental health? Keep your pets smiling and speak to us today for advice on the options!
Cats have very few tastebuds so rely on the temperature, texture and the smell of food to decide what they like to eat. Cats often tend to be thought of as fussy eaters but what are yours like?
Did you know that cats have backward facing barbs on their tongues? This is what gives the rough sensation when they lick you! These barbs help with grooming as well as eating.
‘Don’t break your vets’! The British Equine Veterinary Association have created a series of videos to help to keep your Horses calm during Vet visits.
Loss of appetite, rubbing their face against things, or swollen mouth or gums can be signs of toothache in pets. Keep an eye out for the signs and get in touch if you’d like any advice…
As kittens grow into cats they lose their baby teeth. By around six months’ old most cats will have all 30 adult teeth. Any excuse for a kitten photo!
Did you know that cats use their teeth for grooming? Their front incisors act like a tiny comb and can help pull out tangles from their fur.
During February we’ll be talking about the importance of good Dental Health for our pets! We’ll have lots of tips and advice on Facebook and are always here to help you with your pet’s dental care needs.
Have you spotted a lump on your pet? Whether the lump is large or small you should get it checked out. Even the smallest of lumps ought to be examined because the earlier they’re found, the easier they are to remove.
Did you know that pets can be born with hernias in their belly button region? It’s something to be be checked at their first visit to the vets. Hernias are often corrected at neutering to prevent future problems.
Masses on internal organs may not be noticeable in the early stages. That's why keeping an eye out for early signs of a problem is really important. You may notice unexplained weight loss, changes to thirst or appetite or changes in motions or ac...
Treatment for lumps and bumps often involves surgery, but simpler diagnostics can be done to start with that may give a diagnosis. A fine needle aspiration - placing a needle in the lump to get a cell sample, may be all that is needed to help make...
Pets both young and old can develop lumps. Whatever age your pet it's always best to get any lumps checked out as soon as you notice them. If you'd like us to check your pets for lumps or if there's something you're worried about, we're offering f...
Have you ever noticed lumpy skin over your pet's back? It could be a sign of a skin infection called dermatitis. This can be caused by all sorts of things, including flea allergies, so it's worth getting it investigated. Don't forget we're offerin...
Long haired pets need regular grooming to prevent matts, which sometimes need to be clipped out if they get too close to the skin. Book a free lumps and bumps check in January and we can check for matts and help discuss the best grooming options w...
Not all pets make it easy for you to check for lumps and bumps. If you get young animals used to being handled and examined and reward them for doing so, it will be easier to carry out checks throughout their life.
Do your cats ever get into fights? Cats that fight can get abscesses after being bitten by another cat. These pus filled swellings can cause your cat to become off colour and sore, so book a vet check if you think this has happened.