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Tag: Dog health

Holiday Beach Safety Tips – For Dogs

Taking your pets to the beach during the holidays can be a delightful experience, but it also requires careful planning to ensure their safety and well-being. Here are some essential beach safety tips for pets: Before you go… At the beach… After the beach… Other considerations… By following these tips, you can ensure a safe,…
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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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Celebrating Active Dog Month!

April isn’t just a month for spring cleaning and new beginnings—it’s also an ideal opportunity to focus on keeping your dog active, healthy, and happy. So, join us on this journey as we embark on a month-long celebration of canine vitality, wellness, and companionship. Let’s make this April a time of fun, exploration, and unforgettable…
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Spring Health Tips For Dogs

Spring into Health: Essential Tips for Keeping Your Dog Happy this Season As winter melts away and nature begins to bloom, there’s an undeniable sense of renewal in the air. As we emerge from the cozy confines of our homes, our furry companions are equally eager to frolic in the newfound warmth of spring. However,…
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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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Can Dogs Eat Pancakes?

Whether you enjoy fluffy or crepe-like pancakes, we can’t help but wonder if our furry friends can enjoy this treat with us. Pancake Day, also known as Shrove Tuesday, is a tradition in some cultures where people make and enjoy pancakes. While it can be a fun and tasty tradition for humans, it’s important to…
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Muzzle Training

Is your dog required to wear a muzzle? This can be due to reactivity to other dogs, scavenging behaviour on walks, or UK restrictions. Are you unsure of where to start with muzzle training? Training is very important when introducing your dog to wearing a muzzle. Even the most laid-back dog can become stressed if…
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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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Dogs: Christmas Dangers

The last place you want to be over the festive period is the out-of-hours vets, so let’s ensure we make Christmas a safe and happy one for your pooch. Christmas is such a busy time of year and with some much to do and so many things to consider it is easy to forget the…
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Itchy Dogs!

All that scratching, biting, and licking can become a bit irritating, to say the least! Now imagine how your poor dog feels! No one is happy when it comes to skin diseases in dogs, and there are quite a few of them that could be affecting your pooch! Here is what you need to know…
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