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Puppy, Milo, had to undergo complex surgery after eating the wishbone from a discarded chicken. With so many treats and other attractions in and around the home during the festive season, leading vet charity PDSA is urging owners to keep a close eye on what their pets are eating this Christmas.
Veterinary staff at PDSA’s Newcastle PetAid hospital, saved the life of four-year-old Pipi after the mischievous moggy ate a ball of string.
Eight-year-old Yorkshire Terrier, Buddy, is looking forward to a long and happy life now, despite having a potentially fatal disease, thanks to long-term medication provided PDSA.
12 million UK pets are being fed too many fatty treats, including takeaways, cheese, crisps and cakes, often on a daily basis, which is fuelling the UK pet obesity epidemic. That is the finding of the biggest national pet health Report conducted by PDSA.
Lucky Bristol cat, Scratch, owes at least one of his lives to the dedicated team at vet charity PDSA in Bristol. Vets and nurses worked a minor miracle to bring the fortunate feline back to life after his horrified family discovered him with life-threatening injuries following a road accident.
Eleven-year-old Cocker Spaniel, Oscar, from Loughborough, has become the new face of a national animal charity campaign.
The family of six-month-old Collie puppy, Chubb, from Glasgow, were shocked when their greedy dog got into a 'skew' after swallowing a potentially lethal corn on the cob mini-skewer. Despite the ordeal, he lived to tell the 'tail' thanks to life-saving surgery from PDSA vets.
Liverpool cat new face of charity campaign
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