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About Me

Farm animal care

While farm owners used to just think of their animals as a way to make money, I have noticed more and more farmers taking a holistic view of their animals health. Farmers are working on less stressful and more healthy farming techniques, and as a vet I approve. I am involved in helping prevent animal diseases as well as curing the animals when they get ill. I deal with a range of animals from the farm cat to horses and it's great being a valued member of the community. I hope you enjoy hearing the stories from my vet practise and can learn from them.

3 Types of Heart Diseases That Affect Dogs and What to Look Out For

Unsurprisingly, your dog's heart is one of the most important parts of its body to keep healthy. If the heart becomes afflicted by any condition or disease, the negative effects of that illness may be seen and felt across the whole body. With this in mind, it's critical to stay aware of the various heart diseases that can affect your dog, along with the symptoms to look for. Here are three of the main conditions to be aware of. Read More 

Could Your Cat Be Suffering From Anxiety?

Like humans, cats can develop anxiety and need support and treatment to help them manage the condition and recover as much as possible. So, being aware of the signs of anxiety in cats can allow you to quickly spot when your cat isn't doing OK and put measures in place to help. Anxiety tends to develop when your cat anticipates a threat, which may or may not be justified. It can be triggered by trauma, illness, pain or being separated from you for long periods. Read More 

Two Reasons to Take Your New Cat to a Pet Groomer Regularly

If your vet clinic provides pet grooming services and you've just got a new cat, here are two reasons to consider using these services. It could prevent your cat from experiencing nail-related injuries or from harming you or your furniture Taking your cat to your vet clinic's pet groomer regularly could not only prevent them from being injured as a result of nail issues but could also reduce the likelihood of them harming you or your furniture. Read More