During this taste-bud tantalising time of the year, there are a range of hazards to our pets that we should be aware of so that the long weekend we all look forward to goes to plan.
While many of us decide to make the most of the opportunity and spend our pubic holiday time away, some of us are then faced with the holiday that our furry family members will embark on.
Our pets can hear sounds at a much higher frequency than us mere humans and rely on this ability for different needs. Therefore, it is important as pet parents that we familiarise ourselves with their ears so that we can notice any changes as well as prevent any infections that may develop.
There is no such thing as a 'safe' bone to feed, something Abi found out the hard way.
Fractures of the joint are much more complicated with particular challanges
Never let those lumps go unchecked, things can get nasty
People often ask why we always recommend a pre-anaesthetic blood test, well this puppy is the perfect example.
Being a 24 hour vet we often get unusual cases in the middle of the night. These three puppies were no exception.