Obesity is currently one of the most serious welfare
problems affecting pets, with an estimated one in
three dogs, one in four cats and one in four rabbits
considered as either overweight or obese.
When your vet tells you that your pet needs to have a
general anaesthetic it is only natural to be concerned, but you should not worry unduly. Every day thousands of pets undergo anaesthesia, with over 99 per cent experiencing no major problems at all.
Whilst there are many patients who do need antibiotics to help them get better, there are too many instances where a pet is prescribed an antibiotic for a clinical problem that is rarely, if ever,
caused by a bacterial infection
When deciding what is best for your pet it is vital to balance the benefits of vaccination against the risks. For the majority of pets the benefits far outweigh the risks
Keeping a cat successfully indoors requires a motivated owner who can provide opportunities for play, exploration and expression of natural behaviours
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