by PDSA Vets | 5 March
Following recent reports of a cat testing positive for Covid-19 in the UK, we understand you may be concerned about your pet. While there is no need to worry, our vets have provided some guidance on how to take sensible precautions to keep everyone safe during this time.
10 superstitions about pets de-bunked
| 26 October
With Halloween just around the corner, we’ve been looking at (and debunking) some of our favourite pet-related myths.
Vet Q&A: Should I keep my rabbits inside or outside?
| 23 October
Our rabbits can happily live indoors or outdoors, but as the weather gets cooler you might have a few questions about moving your furry friends inside to escape the elements.
Vet Q&A: Does the change in seasons affect pets?
| 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?
Older pets: taking care of your senior citizen’s joints
| 12 October
As our pets get older, they’ll need a little more TLC than younger pets. Their joints may not be as good as they used to, they might start to slow down and generally rely on you a bit more.
Vet Q&A: Is my cat grooming too much?
| 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?
| 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.