Vet Q&A: Coronavirus (Covid-19) advice for self-isolating pet owners

by PDSA Vets | 5 March 2020

I’m self-isolating, can my pet stay with me? How do I look after my pet during this time?
Keeping your guinea pigs cool in the summer: dos and don’ts!
by PDSA
| 11 June
The weather is warming up, and the summer is finally here for us to enjoy – but hot days can be a worrying time for your guinea pigs. Overheating in guinea pigs is very dangerous, so it’s always important to take extra care in the warmer months to help keep them cool.
6 tips on taking your dog to the pub
by PDSA
| 8 June
As lockdown restrictions ease, taking your much-loved pooch to the pub can be a great way for you to spend time together. There’s a lot to consider from making sure your pup is ready, to knowing what to take – but don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! Here’s our top tips for taking your four-legged friend to the pub…
What you should consider before purchasing a puppy
by PDSA
| 3 June
Disney’s new film, Cruella, was released last month, and with the return of Dalmatians, it’s sure to be a hot topic of conversation. Though seeing these lovely pooches on-screen might inspire you to have one of your own, there is a lot to consider before bringing a Dalmatian, or any pet, into your home.
A day in the life of PDSA volunteer Helen
by PDSA
| 2 June
Our volunteers mean the world to us. That's why we're shining a light on dedicated PDSA volunteer Helen this Volunteers' Week.
How to tame prey drive in dogs
by PDSA
| 1 June
Many dogs love to chase other animals, and one of the main reasons for this is their prey drive. Our vets have some advice on prey drive and how to keep your pooch safely under control.
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.

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