3 Signs Of Stress You Should Look For When Visiting A Prospective Cattery

Most catteries provide excellent care and a home from home for the cats entrusted to them. However, just like with any business, there are catteries that fall short of the high standards you expect when paying for a service. It's not always easy to know what warning signs to look out for when visiting prospective catteries, but stressed cats are a good indicator that something's not working as well as it should. [Read More]

Me-ow: 6 Signs Your Cat Needs to Visit the Vet

Everyone wants a healthy and happy cat. Sometimes it is obvious when your cat needs to visit a vet, such as when they are visibly injured, have fleas or are vomiting. However, there are other subtle signs that something might be wrong with kitty. Below we look at 6 signs that you need to take your cat to see the veterinarian. Discoloured Gums The colour of your cat's gums are a great indicator of their health. [Read More]

Cataracts In Dogs - How An Ophthalmic Animal Surgeon Could Help Your Pet

If you notice that your dog's eyes are becoming cloudy, this could be a sign that it is developing cataracts.  But what causes cataracts, what effect do they have on your pet's vision, and what could an ophthalmic animal surgeon do to help?  Read on to find out more. Cataracts in Dogs – Cause and Effect Cataracts are usually attributed to old age, to trauma to the dog's eye, to inherited conditions, or to health problems, such as diabetes. [Read More]

How to Manage Gastric Ulcers in Horses with These 4 Feed Options

Equine gastric ulcer syndrome can be a painful, debilitating and even dangerous condition for any horse to suffer through. So if your horse is suffering from gastric ulcers it's important to do whatever you can to help them recover quickly and fully. Modifying a suffering horse's diet is one of the easiest and most effective ways to promote healing, so you should consider implementing at least some of the following modifications into your horse's feeding regimen for the duration of their illness. [Read More]