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Dog Health Advice Articles

  • Two dogs spaniel and golden retriever sitting together on white background Dog vaccinationsThere are lots of nasty diseases out there that dogs can catch. Vaccinations are the best way to protect your dog from some of the worst ones. 30/09/2013 10:46:48
  • Cat and dog eating from bowls on white background opposite each other Feeding your dogWe all want to do the best for our dogs, but choosing the right food can be a difficult decision. At Vets4Pets our vets and nurses are always happy to talk you through the various feeding options with you and help you decide on the best food option to suit your dog. 26/09/2013 17:56:45
  • Little boy cuddling boxer sitting on white background Lungworm and your dogLungworm is a parasite that dogs can pick up from slugs and snails. At Vets4Pets, our vets can prescribe a spot-on treatment to prevent established infection. 03/06/2013 18:21:14
  • Dog Neutering Dog NeuteringUnless you are planning to breed from your dog, at Vets4Pets our vets recommend you neuter your dog due to the many health and behavioural benefits it offers. 30/09/2014 09:14:09
  • Dog dental Doggie Dental CareDental problems and gum disease are some of the most common problems our vets see. If you're not sure when your dog's teeth were last checked or you think there may be a problem, simply book an appointment with at your local Vets4Pets practice for a check-up. 26/09/2013 17:59:34
  • Microchipping Microchipping your dogMicrochips offer a more permanent way of making sure your dog is always identifiable and that you can always be contacted in the event of them being found. 26/09/2013 17:54:46
  • Fleas Fleas and your dogFleas can cause skin irritation and disease in both dogs and people. A flea infestation is one of the most common health problems occurring in cats and dogs in the UK. At Vets4Pets, our vets can prescribe effective spot-on treatments that, used regularly, will prevent flea infestation. 13/06/2013 17:42:39
  • Separation Separation anxietyFollow our top tips on how best to help your dog deal with separation anxiety. 15/10/2013 10:47:35
  • Vets4Pets Chocolate on white background Chocolate poisoningAlthough many dogs and cats love the taste of chocolate as we do, many pet owners don't realise the risks to their pets from eating chocolate. If you think your pet has eaten a large amount of chocolate, especially dark chocolate or baking chocolate, you should take them straight to the vet. 17/10/2011 13:34:55
  • Vets 4 Pets logo EuthanasiaEuthanasia may be considered one of the kindest things an owner can do for their pet at the right time. We are here to help you make the correct decision for your pet. 03/02/2012 17:00:33
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