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Tag: Cat Health

Importance Of Microchipping

Microchipping your pets offers several important benefits, making it a valuable practice for pet owners. A pet microchip is a small electronic chip implanted under the pet’s skin, containing a unique number that a scanner can read, providing a quick and easy way to monitor your pet. Key Reasons To Microchip Your Pet Permanent Identification…
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It’s All About Those Anal Glands

In this comprehensive guide, we’ll delve deep into the anatomy, function, and potential issues surrounding pet anal glands. Whether you’re a seasoned pet owner or a curious novice, join us as we unravel the mysteries behind these fascinating glands. What are anal glands? The anal glands produce a foul-smelling, oily fluid that serves several purposes…
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Hip Luxation In Cats and Dogs

Understanding Hip Luxation in Pets: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment! Hip luxation, or hip dislocation, is a condition where the head of the femur (thigh bone) slips out of the acetabulum (hip socket). It’s a painful and potentially debilitating condition that can affect both dogs and cats. What are the causes of hip luxation in cats…
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Urinary Problems In Cats & Dogs

Understand and manage urinary problems in your cat or dog, with our helpful information. Urinary problems in dogs and cats are common issues that we see a lot of here at Warren House Veterinary Centre. These problems can range from mild discomfort to severe health issues, affecting the overall well-being of our beloved furry friends.…
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Cat Vaccine Shortage

The Europe-wide supply issue with cat vaccines has led to limited availability, requiring vaccines to be reserved for vulnerable patients. The shortage is believed to be due to a combination of the dramatic and unforeseen rise in pet ownership and the knock-on effect of lockdown. In addition, Pfizer is the manufacturer of both the cat…
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National Pet Wellness Month

The goal of this month is to promote the health and happiness of pets throughout the year. Pets are a very important part of our family, we need to educate ourselves on how to keep them happy and healthy. It’s never too late to start providing a healthy lifestyle for your pet. In the mid-1900s,…
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Halloween: Keep Your Pets Safe

Whilst ghosts and vampires can scare us, nothing scares us more than our pet’s being in danger. This Halloween there maybe dangers in your home for pets… With the spooktacular time of the year fast approaching, we have compiled a Halloween safety guide to keep pets happy. Although many of us enjoy Halloween, it can…
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National Black Cat Day

Our Halloween Special blog is tied in with Black Cat Awareness Month and National Black Cat Day! Here are some interesting black cats that may change the way you think about our black furry friends… Ask people what they think about black cats and you will get different answers. They are mischievous and clever. They…
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Pet Insurance

There’s no way to anticipate what will happen in the future — you can’t predict when or how your pets will get sick, or how much it will cost. Pet insurance protects against unexpected veterinary bills. Pet Insurance is so important, more so now with the currently cost of living crisis. If you haven’t already…
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Bee and Wasp Stings In Pets

Wasp and bee stings are most common in spring, summer, and early autumn. Dogs and cats are stung on their paws or around the face and usually develop minor pain, irritation, or swelling. In some cases, the effects of a sting can be more serious. Most stings can be managed at home, but in some…
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Keeping Your Cats Cool In Summer

Cats may love to enjoy lying in the sun, there is such a thing as too warm, even for our feline friends. Sunburn in cats All cats can get sunburned, but white cats or cats with finer coats are at higher risk. Being in the sun regularly can lead to skin cancer, so it’s important…
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