Regular, preventative pet-care news & advice
Read on for a host of preventative pet-care news and advice that’s free & updated monthly. In the stories below you’ll find seasonal tips & information on how to keep your pet healthy. If you’d like us to email you whenever we update the news then simply…
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Apex Vets on Osteoarthritis in Dogs
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Head nurse Chloe Green has some important advice on worming dogs
Dogs can be more at risk of contracting worms this season. We’ve got you covered with our dog worming advice for spring.
Glenn shares 11 rabbit health emergencies
Rabbit’s are skilled when it comes to hiding illness and pain, which is why being able to spot health emergencies in your rabbit is vital.
Chloe has some spring advice for spotting cat fleas
Learn how to check your cat for fleas and flea dirt this spring – a time when these pesky parasites are increasing their activity.
Glenn shares the basics on cat vaccinations
Read advice on how best to protect your cat from infectious diseases with our article on feline vaccinations and checkups.
Vaccinations & Allergies – is your rabbit ready for spring?
Read Apex Vets’ advice on how to prepare your rabbit for spring when it comes to allergies and disease protection.
Glenn Hodgson explains what good oral health in dogs looks like
When it comes to caring for your pet’s oral health, do you know what your dog’s teeth and mouth should look like?
Glenn’s 5 top tips for a happy well-fed cat
When it comes to cat nutrition, do you know how to keep your feline happy and healthy? Read our top tips for a well-fed cat.
Glenn Hodgson warns about 21 foods not to feed your rabbit
Learn about 21 foods that can harm your rabbit – some might really surprise you, such as iceberg lettuce, grapes, and parsnips.