by PDSA | 5 March
The spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19 virus) is now having a direct impact on everyone’s daily lives, following the most recent instructions from the Government. So it’s no surprise a lot of pet owners are worried for their four-legged friends. We’ve been answering some of your questions.
Vet Q&A: How can I stop my cat getting separation anxiety?
| 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.
Five tips to keep pets cool
| 26 May
Over the past couple of weeks, we’ve been seeing a lot more sunshine – and that’s not set to stop anytime soon! Take a look at our top tips on keeping pets cool in warmer weather.
A day in the life of a PDSA vet
| 22 May
Despite the coronavirus pandemic, our frontline staff are still busy seeing poorly pets in our hospitals every day. You can find out more about how we’re carrying on through the crisis when we feature in Channel 4’s Britain’s Unsung Heroes, at 9pm on Wednesday 27 May.
Rehoming a pet during the coronavirus pandemic
| 15 May
As some rescue centres are beginning to rehome pets again, now might seem like a good time to get a four-legged friend, but there’s a lot to think about first!
Vet Q&A: How can I stop my dog getting separation anxiety?
| 14 May
While many of our four-legged friends will be enjoying lots of extra attention and time at home with their owners, it could be a struggle for them once we get back to ‘normal’.
Pet-themed home schooling during lockdown
| 7 May
Our education team have come up with some fun ways you can include a bit of pet-related learning into your child’s home schooling schedule!