Monthly Archives: March 2018

Annual check ups and vaccinations

There has been quite a bit of correspondence in the veterinary press recently concerning the perception amongst some members of the profession and students that being a GP and spending your day doing routine stuff is somewhat a very poor second to becoming a specialist. Understandably GP have reacted against this suggestion, particularly as it […]

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Feeding your dog or cat

When advising clients about feeding my approach depends on the body condition, age, breed of the pet, as well as clients’ preferences. Whatever diet you choose, make sure it is appropriate for YOUR pet, don’t choose it because it is popular or suits someone else’s. And feed the correct amount. Raw feeding has become popular […]

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