Search blog: Before June 2021 (6 results)

Vet Q&A: Is my dog is panting too much?

by PDSA | 23 June

You may have seen your dog pant from time to time after zooming around the garden, or when they’ve just come back from a walk – but did you know that if your dog is panting too much, it could be a sign that something is wrong?


10 things to consider when looking after old aged bunnies

by PDSA | 22 June

This year marks 15 incredible years of Rabbit Awareness Week! Running from 28th June – 4th July, the theme of 2021 is ‘Hopping through the Years’ and we’re looking at taking care of aging bunnies. From lumps and bumps to aches and pains, our vets have got your back with 10 things to consider when looking after your OAPs (Old Aged Pals)!


Vet Q&A: How do I cut my dog's nails safely?

by PDSA | 24 May

Maintaining your dog's nails is a vital part of taking care of their health and wellbeing. Many dogs will need them trimming from time to time, so it's important to know the benefits of keeping them trimmed and recognise when they need doing.


How to deal with dog adolescence and pups post lockdown

by PDSA | 17 May

We’ve all experienced changes to our lives during the pandemic, and for some people this has meant bringing a new puppy home. One year on from the first lockdown, many of these pups will be reaching adolescence as restrictions lift. Here’s our advice for owners who are dealing with adolescent dogs and adjusting to life after lockdown.


A day in the life of PDSA Vet Joanne

by PDSA | 14 May

We caught up with PDSA Vet, Joanne Trow, from Nottingham PDSA, to find out about her career so far and what working as a vet is like during Covid-19.


Is it illegal to leave a dog in a hot car?

by PDSA | 30 April

As the weather warms up and lockdown restrictions gradually ease, PDSA is joining forces with other leading animal welfare charities to remind owners that Dogs Die in Hot Cars.

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