Have you been noticing an increased water intake in your dog or cat recently? There might be instances where you find yourself refilling their water bowl more often than usual.
Finding a lump doesn't necessarily signify a severe health issue, and even if it turns out to be a type of cancer, there could be several treatment approaches available. Let's delve into how we can identify the nature of this lump and explore the potential treatment routes.
Information for owners who feed their pets raw food
At Eastcott, we fully respect the rights of owners to choose a diet that they feel is best suited to their pet, and for some individuals this may be a raw diet. As a veterinary hospital seeking to maintain the highest standards of infection control, we are constantly reviewing the scientific literature surrounding this topic.
Insuring your Pet
Veterinary medicine, like human medicine has become increasingly sophisticated. The inevitable negative of these medical and surgical advances is their cost.
Pet insurance can help towards the cost of your veterinary bills, providing peace of mind for you and ensuring the best veterinary care for your pet when the need arises.
Care guides for puppies and kittens
Having a new puppy or kitten can be quite daunting, even if you have had a dog or cat before. It is often difficult to remember what you did with your previous pets! We have produced handy packs to help guide you through topics like vaccination, worming, house-training, neutering and all of the things that you need to know.
There’s been a significant increase in the amount of information published on the impact coronavirus news is having on people’s anxiety levels and mental health challenges – and, with many of us unable to leave our homes, social isolation is likely to have a further negative impact on our mental health.
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