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  • Heart Disease and Failure - Pet Doctors
    sided meaning that one half of the brain is altered but the other half is fine The big difference between dogs and humans is the dog s ability to recover With medication our canine friends can return to normal or cope with mild signs Dogs who have had a stroke give varying signs but most commonly they will have a head tilt to either the right or left This affects their balance so can make them walk round in a circle or wobble or stagger They can also have nystagmus this is when the eyes flick quickly from side to side and this contributes to the dog s disorientation Sometimes the signs can be worse and involve collapse or the inability to get up The signs come on very quickly and urgent medical attention at your vets is required As the signs of a stroke are quite specific the vet can usually diagnose the problem on a thorough clinical examination of your dog The main area to rule out would be an inner ear infection as that would result in the same balance problems Initially the dog is given an injection of anti inflammatory medicine This is often given into the vein and at a high dose so that it acts as quickly as possible to prevent further swelling and brain damage This medication is then continued for a short period in tablet form to help continued reduction in swelling of the brain tissue Long term treatment is aimed at preventing further strokes from occurring This is done with medication that helps increase the blood circulation and so stops the brain being starved of oxygen It also helps the other organs such as the liver and kidneys by improving their blood supplies and it often gives elderly dogs a lot more energy Other supplements can help improve the removal of free radicals which can build up in the brain and affect how well the nerves transmit information resulting in the dog appearing slightly senile The balance problems and eye flicking usually resolve within a few days but the head tilt often takes longer and some dogs remain with it but usually cope very well Pet Advice Pet Care for Kids Caring for your Cat Caring for your Dog Caring for your Rabbit Which Pets are Best for Children Healthy Pet Club Loyalty Schemes Puppy Kitten Loyalty Scheme FAQs Small Caged Pets How do we look after a Chinchilla Guinea Pig with Sticky Eye Top Pet Care Tips Dogs Stick Injuries How to Shampoo your Dog Giving your Dog a Tablet Eliminate the Fear of Visiting Wrapping Presents with your Dogs Boarding Kennels Reduce Stress Lungworm Hints and Tips Emergency First Aid Snake Bites Wounds and Dogs Choking Dog My pet has been hit by a car First Aid Kit for Pets Air Gun Pellet Injuries Cats Cat Collars Safety Giving Your Cat a Tablet Cat Carriers and Cats Keep your Cat Parasite Free Six Life Stages in the Life of

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  • Top Tips for Dogs! - Pet Doctors
    About Microchipping Insurance Medical Conditions Alopecia Ear Problems Skin Problems Surgery Leaving Your Pet for an Operation FAQs Cats Essential Healthcare and Travel Dental Care Fleas Neutering Diet and Nutrition Ticks Toxocara Your Pets and You Vaccinations Weightwatching for Pets Worms Worm Control in Cats Cat Flu Microchipping How old is your pet Insurance Medical Conditions and Surgery Alopecia Cat Flu Diabetes Mellitus Ear Problems Skin Problems Stress Cats Kidney Failure Mobility Problems in Cats Heart Problems Hyperthyroidsim Life After Amputation Leaving your Cat for an Operation Pre Anaesthetic Blood Tests Heart Murmurs in Cats Preparing for your New Arrival Preparing for your New Cat Preparing for your New Kitten FAQs Cats and dried food Flea treatment and cats Blood when eating Furballs Tapeworm Orange spots on cats paws Biting Kitten Fleas and pregnancy Thin fur and Overgrooming Cat bite Straining and off food Female cats spraying Tail Attachment Lame back legs Cat walking in circles Why does my Cat sneeze Cats and car oil Are many plants poisonous to cats Neutering and Vaccinations for Boarding my cat Can my cat be harmed by a mouse What is a synovial sarcoma Why do cats rub against us Moving House Cats Catteries and Vaccinations Amputated leg Sunshine and cats Constipated cat Christmas cat toys Hyperthyroidism Thin Fur and Over Grooming Swollen runny eyes Lump on cat s tummy Cat Toys Food Allergies Six Monthly Healthchecks Dogs Essential Healthcare and Travel Travel Diseases from Abroad Ticks Worms and Lungworms Vaccinations Kennel Cough Dental Care Neutering Fleas Diet and Nutrition Weightwatching for Pets Microchipping How Old Is Your Pet Insurance Medical Conditions and Surgery Diabetes Mellitus Cushing s Disease Alopecia Allergies Dry Eye Ear Problems Epilepsy Hyperthermia Skin Problems Urinary Incontinence Anal Sacs Arthritis Leaving your Pet for an Operation Pre Anaesthetic Blood

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  • Tummy Upsets - Pet Doctors
    your pet makes a speedy recovery it is essential that you follow your vet s feeding instructions and do not feed your pet anything else including any treats If your pet s symptoms return contact your vet as a matter or urgency Pet Advice Pet Care for Kids Caring for your Cat Caring for your Dog Caring for your Rabbit Which Pets are Best for Children Healthy Pet Club Loyalty Schemes Puppy Kitten Loyalty Scheme FAQs Small Caged Pets How do we look after a Chinchilla Guinea Pig with Sticky Eye Top Pet Care Tips Dogs Stick Injuries How to Shampoo your Dog Giving your Dog a Tablet Eliminate the Fear of Visiting Wrapping Presents with your Dogs Boarding Kennels Reduce Stress Lungworm Hints and Tips Emergency First Aid Snake Bites Wounds and Dogs Choking Dog My pet has been hit by a car First Aid Kit for Pets Air Gun Pellet Injuries Cats Cat Collars Safety Giving Your Cat a Tablet Cat Carriers and Cats Keep your Cat Parasite Free Six Life Stages in the Life of General Health Christmas Special Care for your Senior Pets Signs of Stress in your Pet Fireworks Nail Clipping Cleaning Your Pet s Ears Safety of Summer Gardens for Pets Tummy Upsets in Pets Winter Hazards Hot Weather Tips for your Pets A New Baby and Your Pets Lumps and Bumps Teeth Brushing How to Remove a Tick from your Pet Outdoor Hazards Collecting a Urine Sample Travel Travel Sick Cats and Dogs Travel and Storage Tips for Pet Small Caged Pets Guinea Pigs Guinea pig with sticky eye Hamsters Gerbils Rats Chinchillas Ferrets Ferret Survey 10 Facts You Never Knew About Microchipping Insurance Medical Conditions Alopecia Ear Problems Skin Problems Surgery Leaving Your Pet for an Operation FAQs Cats Essential Healthcare and Travel Dental Care Fleas Neutering Diet and Nutrition Ticks Toxocara Your Pets and You Vaccinations Weightwatching for Pets Worms Worm Control in Cats Cat Flu Microchipping How old is your pet Insurance Medical Conditions and Surgery Alopecia Cat Flu Diabetes Mellitus Ear Problems Skin Problems Stress Cats Kidney Failure Mobility Problems in Cats Heart Problems Hyperthyroidsim Life After Amputation Leaving your Cat for an Operation Pre Anaesthetic Blood Tests Heart Murmurs in Cats Preparing for your New Arrival Preparing for your New Cat Preparing for your New Kitten FAQs Cats and dried food Flea treatment and cats Blood when eating Furballs Tapeworm Orange spots on cats paws Biting Kitten Fleas and pregnancy Thin fur and Overgrooming Cat bite Straining and off food Female cats spraying Tail Attachment Lame back legs Cat walking in circles Why does my Cat sneeze Cats and car oil Are many plants poisonous to cats Neutering and Vaccinations for Boarding my cat Can my cat be harmed by a mouse What is a synovial sarcoma Why do cats rub against us Moving House Cats Catteries and Vaccinations Amputated leg Sunshine and cats Constipated cat Christmas cat toys Hyperthyroidism Thin Fur and Over Grooming Swollen runny eyes

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  • KPreparing for your New Puppy or Dog - Pet Doctors
    and Dogs Travel and Storage Tips for Pet Small Caged Pets Guinea Pigs Guinea pig with sticky eye Hamsters Gerbils Rats Chinchillas Ferrets Ferret Survey 10 Facts You Never Knew About Microchipping Insurance Medical Conditions Alopecia Ear Problems Skin Problems Surgery Leaving Your Pet for an Operation FAQs Cats Essential Healthcare and Travel Dental Care Fleas Neutering Diet and Nutrition Ticks Toxocara Your Pets and You Vaccinations Weightwatching for Pets Worms Worm Control in Cats Cat Flu Microchipping How old is your pet Insurance Medical Conditions and Surgery Alopecia Cat Flu Diabetes Mellitus Ear Problems Skin Problems Stress Cats Kidney Failure Mobility Problems in Cats Heart Problems Hyperthyroidsim Life After Amputation Leaving your Cat for an Operation Pre Anaesthetic Blood Tests Heart Murmurs in Cats Preparing for your New Arrival Preparing for your New Cat Preparing for your New Kitten FAQs Cats and dried food Flea treatment and cats Blood when eating Furballs Tapeworm Orange spots on cats paws Biting Kitten Fleas and pregnancy Thin fur and Overgrooming Cat bite Straining and off food Female cats spraying Tail Attachment Lame back legs Cat walking in circles Why does my Cat sneeze Cats and car oil Are many plants poisonous to cats Neutering and Vaccinations for Boarding my cat Can my cat be harmed by a mouse What is a synovial sarcoma Why do cats rub against us Moving House Cats Catteries and Vaccinations Amputated leg Sunshine and cats Constipated cat Christmas cat toys Hyperthyroidism Thin Fur and Over Grooming Swollen runny eyes Lump on cat s tummy Cat Toys Food Allergies Six Monthly Healthchecks Dogs Essential Healthcare and Travel Travel Diseases from Abroad Ticks Worms and Lungworms Vaccinations Kennel Cough Dental Care Neutering Fleas Diet and Nutrition Weightwatching for Pets Microchipping How Old Is Your Pet Insurance Medical Conditions and

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  • Preparing for your new Dog - Pet Doctors
    found not wearing a tag with this information owners can be fined up to 5 000 If your dog is ever unwell or if you would like to know more about looking after your dog contact your local vet who will be pleased to help you Don t forget to play with your dog and most of all give your dog lots of love Pet Advice Pet Care for Kids Caring for your Cat Caring for your Dog Caring for your Rabbit Which Pets are Best for Children Healthy Pet Club Loyalty Schemes Puppy Kitten Loyalty Scheme FAQs Small Caged Pets How do we look after a Chinchilla Guinea Pig with Sticky Eye Top Pet Care Tips Dogs Stick Injuries How to Shampoo your Dog Giving your Dog a Tablet Eliminate the Fear of Visiting Wrapping Presents with your Dogs Boarding Kennels Reduce Stress Lungworm Hints and Tips Emergency First Aid Snake Bites Wounds and Dogs Choking Dog My pet has been hit by a car First Aid Kit for Pets Air Gun Pellet Injuries Cats Cat Collars Safety Giving Your Cat a Tablet Cat Carriers and Cats Keep your Cat Parasite Free Six Life Stages in the Life of General Health Christmas Special Care for your Senior Pets Signs of Stress in your Pet Fireworks Nail Clipping Cleaning Your Pet s Ears Safety of Summer Gardens for Pets Tummy Upsets in Pets Winter Hazards Hot Weather Tips for your Pets A New Baby and Your Pets Lumps and Bumps Teeth Brushing How to Remove a Tick from your Pet Outdoor Hazards Collecting a Urine Sample Travel Travel Sick Cats and Dogs Travel and Storage Tips for Pet Small Caged Pets Guinea Pigs Guinea pig with sticky eye Hamsters Gerbils Rats Chinchillas Ferrets Ferret Survey 10 Facts You Never Knew About Microchipping Insurance Medical Conditions Alopecia Ear Problems Skin Problems Surgery Leaving Your Pet for an Operation FAQs Cats Essential Healthcare and Travel Dental Care Fleas Neutering Diet and Nutrition Ticks Toxocara Your Pets and You Vaccinations Weightwatching for Pets Worms Worm Control in Cats Cat Flu Microchipping How old is your pet Insurance Medical Conditions and Surgery Alopecia Cat Flu Diabetes Mellitus Ear Problems Skin Problems Stress Cats Kidney Failure Mobility Problems in Cats Heart Problems Hyperthyroidsim Life After Amputation Leaving your Cat for an Operation Pre Anaesthetic Blood Tests Heart Murmurs in Cats Preparing for your New Arrival Preparing for your New Cat Preparing for your New Kitten FAQs Cats and dried food Flea treatment and cats Blood when eating Furballs Tapeworm Orange spots on cats paws Biting Kitten Fleas and pregnancy Thin fur and Overgrooming Cat bite Straining and off food Female cats spraying Tail Attachment Lame back legs Cat walking in circles Why does my Cat sneeze Cats and car oil Are many plants poisonous to cats Neutering and Vaccinations for Boarding my cat Can my cat be harmed by a mouse What is a synovial sarcoma Why do cats rub against us Moving House Cats

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  • Preparing for your New Puppy - Pet Doctors
    can prevent a female suffering from a serious condition called Pyometra Toilet Training As soon as your puppy comes home start training it Toilet training should start as soon as possible Take your puppy out regularly after feeding and playing and praise it and reward it when it goes outside If it does have an accident indoors don t punish it just pop it outside again it will soon learn Microchipping Microchipping is highly advised It is very important that a lost dog can be identified A stray dog brought into a vets the local authority etc can be scanned and if a microchip is found can be reunited with its owner very quickly as opposed to being sent to the local rescue centre Microchips have an advantage over collars and tags because they cannot fall off or be removed Legally however all dogs should also wear a collar and tag in public areas The tag should have the owner s address and surname on it If a stray dog is found not wearing a tag with this information the owner can be fined quite heavily Insurance Now is the time to get your puppy insured as claims in the first year are common The cost of treatment of a serious accident or illness can be less stressful financially if the dog is insured Taking on a new cute little puppy is a huge responsibility but also a lot of fun and the rewards are great but remember that they don t stay that size for long Pet Advice Pet Care for Kids Caring for your Cat Caring for your Dog Caring for your Rabbit Which Pets are Best for Children Healthy Pet Club Loyalty Schemes Puppy Kitten Loyalty Scheme FAQs Small Caged Pets How do we look after a Chinchilla Guinea Pig with Sticky Eye Top Pet Care Tips Dogs Stick Injuries How to Shampoo your Dog Giving your Dog a Tablet Eliminate the Fear of Visiting Wrapping Presents with your Dogs Boarding Kennels Reduce Stress Lungworm Hints and Tips Emergency First Aid Snake Bites Wounds and Dogs Choking Dog My pet has been hit by a car First Aid Kit for Pets Air Gun Pellet Injuries Cats Cat Collars Safety Giving Your Cat a Tablet Cat Carriers and Cats Keep your Cat Parasite Free Six Life Stages in the Life of General Health Christmas Special Care for your Senior Pets Signs of Stress in your Pet Fireworks Nail Clipping Cleaning Your Pet s Ears Safety of Summer Gardens for Pets Tummy Upsets in Pets Winter Hazards Hot Weather Tips for your Pets A New Baby and Your Pets Lumps and Bumps Teeth Brushing How to Remove a Tick from your Pet Outdoor Hazards Collecting a Urine Sample Travel Travel Sick Cats and Dogs Travel and Storage Tips for Pet Small Caged Pets Guinea Pigs Guinea pig with sticky eye Hamsters Gerbils Rats Chinchillas Ferrets Ferret Survey 10 Facts You Never Knew About Microchipping Insurance Medical Conditions Alopecia Ear

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  • FAQs - Pet Doctors
    Rats Chinchillas Ferrets Ferret Survey 10 Facts You Never Knew About Microchipping Insurance Medical Conditions Alopecia Ear Problems Skin Problems Surgery Leaving Your Pet for an Operation FAQs Cats Essential Healthcare and Travel Dental Care Fleas Neutering Diet and Nutrition Ticks Toxocara Your Pets and You Vaccinations Weightwatching for Pets Worms Worm Control in Cats Cat Flu Microchipping How old is your pet Insurance Medical Conditions and Surgery Alopecia Cat Flu Diabetes Mellitus Ear Problems Skin Problems Stress Cats Kidney Failure Mobility Problems in Cats Heart Problems Hyperthyroidsim Life After Amputation Leaving your Cat for an Operation Pre Anaesthetic Blood Tests Heart Murmurs in Cats Preparing for your New Arrival Preparing for your New Cat Preparing for your New Kitten FAQs Cats and dried food Flea treatment and cats Blood when eating Furballs Tapeworm Orange spots on cats paws Biting Kitten Fleas and pregnancy Thin fur and Overgrooming Cat bite Straining and off food Female cats spraying Tail Attachment Lame back legs Cat walking in circles Why does my Cat sneeze Cats and car oil Are many plants poisonous to cats Neutering and Vaccinations for Boarding my cat Can my cat be harmed by a mouse What is a synovial sarcoma Why do cats rub against us Moving House Cats Catteries and Vaccinations Amputated leg Sunshine and cats Constipated cat Christmas cat toys Hyperthyroidism Thin Fur and Over Grooming Swollen runny eyes Lump on cat s tummy Cat Toys Food Allergies Six Monthly Healthchecks Dogs Essential Healthcare and Travel Travel Diseases from Abroad Ticks Worms and Lungworms Vaccinations Kennel Cough Dental Care Neutering Fleas Diet and Nutrition Weightwatching for Pets Microchipping How Old Is Your Pet Insurance Medical Conditions and Surgery Diabetes Mellitus Cushing s Disease Alopecia Allergies Dry Eye Ear Problems Epilepsy Hyperthermia Skin Problems Urinary Incontinence Anal Sacs

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  • Broken Tooth - Pet Doctors
    Urine Sample Travel Travel Sick Cats and Dogs Travel and Storage Tips for Pet Small Caged Pets Guinea Pigs Guinea pig with sticky eye Hamsters Gerbils Rats Chinchillas Ferrets Ferret Survey 10 Facts You Never Knew About Microchipping Insurance Medical Conditions Alopecia Ear Problems Skin Problems Surgery Leaving Your Pet for an Operation FAQs Cats Essential Healthcare and Travel Dental Care Fleas Neutering Diet and Nutrition Ticks Toxocara Your Pets and You Vaccinations Weightwatching for Pets Worms Worm Control in Cats Cat Flu Microchipping How old is your pet Insurance Medical Conditions and Surgery Alopecia Cat Flu Diabetes Mellitus Ear Problems Skin Problems Stress Cats Kidney Failure Mobility Problems in Cats Heart Problems Hyperthyroidsim Life After Amputation Leaving your Cat for an Operation Pre Anaesthetic Blood Tests Heart Murmurs in Cats Preparing for your New Arrival Preparing for your New Cat Preparing for your New Kitten FAQs Cats and dried food Flea treatment and cats Blood when eating Furballs Tapeworm Orange spots on cats paws Biting Kitten Fleas and pregnancy Thin fur and Overgrooming Cat bite Straining and off food Female cats spraying Tail Attachment Lame back legs Cat walking in circles Why does my Cat sneeze Cats and car oil Are many plants poisonous to cats Neutering and Vaccinations for Boarding my cat Can my cat be harmed by a mouse What is a synovial sarcoma Why do cats rub against us Moving House Cats Catteries and Vaccinations Amputated leg Sunshine and cats Constipated cat Christmas cat toys Hyperthyroidism Thin Fur and Over Grooming Swollen runny eyes Lump on cat s tummy Cat Toys Food Allergies Six Monthly Healthchecks Dogs Essential Healthcare and Travel Travel Diseases from Abroad Ticks Worms and Lungworms Vaccinations Kennel Cough Dental Care Neutering Fleas Diet and Nutrition Weightwatching for Pets Microchipping How Old Is

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