Sunday, 26 April 2015
When people decide to take in pets as part of their homes, not only do they treat them as furry pals, but rather as their life companions and part of their families too. Therefore, providing the basic needs of their pets become an owner’s responsibility. Aside from their nutritional requirements, your pets will also need regular grooming for their hygiene and of course, routine medical check-ups with their trusty Croydon vets. Unfortunately, illnesses are also part of animals’ lives, and failure to treat them early on can lead to very unfavourable consequences. To help you monitor and maintain the optimal health of your pet(s), the following are some symptoms that require immediate medical attention as well as a number of valuable pointers to prevent worsening of their condition.
Friday, 24 April 2015
It appears that not only humans are susceptible to obesity—dogs, cats, and rabbits are also at risk of gaining excessive weight and body fats that could be detrimental to their health; the same way obesity can affect the lives of their human owners. Trusted vets in Surrey and in every part of Britain are growing concerned over the prevalence of pet obesity among pet dogs, cats, and rabbits in the past two years.