Why Is My Cat Vomiting? When Do I Need To Worry? That horrific sound of your cat throwing up, usually on the carpet is something we have all heard stories about! Funnies aside, a cat vomiting is not normal, even if much of what you read on google will say that it is! [...]
Do Flea And Tick Treatments Kill? We all want to do the best for our pets, and part of that is providing our pets with effective flea and tick prevention. There has been a lot of discussion on social media networks, including some very large and active Facebook groups that say that certain brands of [...]
Cat Straining To Urinate? How To Tell If Your Cat Has A Blocked Bladder & What Steps To Take One of the most important aspects of being a pet owner is knowing what is an emergency and when to call the vet. A cat straining to urinate is a true emergency that can result in [...]
Why Pyometra In Cats Can Be A Death Sentence Unfortunately, pyometra in cats is not too uncommon. As an emergency clinician, we often see these cases arrive at the clinic after hours when regular GP clinics are not open, making treatment that much more expensive. What Is A Pyometra? Pyometra is another name for an [...]
Toxoplasmosis In Cats: I'm Pregnant, Do I Really Need To Rehome My Cat? Excitement is brewing, you’ve just found out that you and your partner are pregnant! Like all expectant parents, you hop on the internet and the first thing you come across is some article telling you to get rid of your cat! You [...]
How To Recognise Ringworm In Dogs And Cats? Treatment, Signs And Diagnosis Telltale signs of ringworm are bald circular patches in an animal's coat. In this instance, on this dog's head. You see the classical circular bald spot....eek it looks like ringworm. Ringworm is more common than we think, and can affect [...]
If your cat is straining to urinate Take your cat to a vet immediately Why Is My Cat Peeing Outside The Litter Box? Learn How To Solve This Problem Suddenly, your perfectly toilet-trained cat has decided the whole of its world (i.e. your house) is its toilet and has started peeing outside the litter [...]
Personally I love autumn. The days are usually crisp and clear with plenty of sun, while the nights are cooler. The gorgeous colours of leaves as they change colour create some magnificent scenery, but amongst all this beauty there are some things that may pose a risk to your pet. Here are some tips to help keep your pet safe in the autumn months.