Search blog: Vet Q&As (6 results)

Vet Q&A: How can I keep my pet safe this Easter?

by PDSA Vets | 27 March 2023

It's not uncommon for our furry friends to chomp on something they shouldn't. And with the long Easter weekend fast approaching, it’s worth being extra vigilant – especially if you’re one to celebrate by stocking up on chocolate treats. Read on to find out how to keep your pet safe over this holiday.

Vet Q&A: 5 myth-busting questions about pet insurance

by PDSA | 7 October 2022

As a pet owner, it can sometimes be hard to know whether pet insurance is worth the cost. Here, we’ve looked at the common myths surrounding pet insurance and why having cover is vital for looking after your animal companion.

Vet Q&A: Should my kitten's teeth fall out?

by PDSA | 15 March 2022

Bringing a new kitten home is exciting; however, it can also feel quite daunting being responsible for your four-legged friend’s health and happiness. You’ll probably have lots of questions if you’re a first-time kitten owner, so our vets have answered your queries about kitten teeth this World Oral Health Day.

Vet Q&A: How do I keep my pet safe from de-icing products?

by PDSA | 24 November 2021

As winter looms and cars and paths begin to get icy, people start reaching for antifreeze and rock salt. Unfortunately, these products, amongst many of the others we use to melt ice, are dangerous for our pets. Our vets are here to help with their advice on how to keep your four-legged friends safe from de-icing dangers during the winter months.

Vet Q&A: New puppy questions

by PDSA | 5 August 2021

Getting a new puppy can be really exciting, but if you’re a first-time owner or have never had a puppy before it can also be daunting! Whether you’re just thinking about getting a puppy or you’ve brought your new bundle of joy home already, you probably have lots of questions. Our vets are here to help!

Vet Q&A: How can I help my lockdown dog feel less fearful around other dogs?

by PDSA | 19 July 2021

With lockdown restrictions finally ending, we can start thinking about getting back to some sort of normality – hooray! However, whether your pup is a lockdown doggy or has just become used to staying at home, the end of restrictions may be a difficult transition.


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