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We humans take our teeth very seriously! Despite the dreaded visits to the dentist, nothing beats a pearly white smile. The same goes for our furry friends!
Keeping our pearly whites strong and healthy takes a lot of work. Brushing twice a day, flossing and the list goes on. Who doesn’t love a trip to the dentist twice (if we are really good) a year?
Heartworm affects your pet’s heart and although it can be treatable it is a horrible condition for your pet to have to endure.
As pets reach their golden years, there are a variety of conditions and diseases that they can face, including weight and mobility changes. Early detection is essential to assist in disease prevention, reduce suffering and greatly prolong lifespan.
With the summer storms here, there has been an increase in the incidence of Footrot in cattle in the area.
Of late, we have been treating quite a few cases of the dreaded pancreatitis, both acute and chronic. Many clients do not understand or are unaware that our treats or selection of food we give our cat or dog can affect them internally.
There is no doubt that having a dog that suffers from skin allergies can be immensely frustrating as most of the time these animals have to be managed for life rather than “being cured” and still require regular vet visits to treat skin flare-ups as and when they happen.
On Saturday the 15th September both new and familiar faces were welcomed to the Old Mill Animal Hospital for our Open Day. Visitors were treated to a behind the scenes tour of our state of the art clinic.
Research has shown that around 41% of dogs and 32% of cats are overweight to some degree.