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Vet Q&A: Does the change in seasons affect pets?

by PDSA Vets | 21 October

We all know that people can get SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder) this time of year and it might seem like our pets are under the weather too, but how much do the seasons really affect pets?


Vet Q&A: Is my cat grooming too much?

by PDSA Vets | 6 October

Cats are clean animals and it’s normal to see your feline friend preening themselves throughout the day. If they’re grooming too much though and you’re noticing hair loss, then there may be an underlying problem.


Vet Q&A: Do pets recognise people?

by PDSA Vets | 1 October

Whether you need to leave your pet with someone else while you’re on holiday, are heading off to uni, or your pet goes missing and you’re reunited, you might be wondering if your four-legged friend will still recognise you when you see them again.


Vet Q&A: How do I trim my cat’s claws?

by PDSA Vets | 9 July

Cats use their claws for all sorts of things – jumping, climbing and hunting – but while we’re spending more time with our feline friends you might be noticing just how long they are!


Vet Q&A: How can I get my pet used to people in facemasks?

by PDSA Vets | 3 July

As lockdown eases and we start to go out more, you might need to wear a facemask to help stop the spread. Covering our mouth and nose is necessary, but can be scary for our pets, especially as they’re a new addition to our lives


Vet Q&A: How can I stop my cat getting separation anxiety?

by PDSA Vets | 28 May

It may come as a surprise, but cats can get separation anxiety which can make them stressed and cause a lot of other problems. As lockdown is slowly lifted, we need to help our cats re-adjust to 'normal' life.

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