Dental disease

One of the most common problems we find in pets is dental disease; gingivitis, tartar and rotten teeth are common clinical findings, often the owner is unaware of the problem as animals are so good at hiding oral pain. They have evolved to hide pain and continue...

Rat Poison

Rat poison is a common toxin that animals get access to and it can be fatal, however it is one of the few poisons that we have an antidote for so if there is any possibility that your dog/cat has had access to it the most important thing is to get them to the vet as...

Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV)

Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV) is a serious viral infection of cats that is transmitted primarily through prolonged contact with the cat’s saliva or nasal secretions, so grooming or sharing water or food sources with an infected cat usually results in infection....

Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV)

Feline Immunodeficiency Virus is the feline equivalent of HIV in humans. It is spread by aggressive biting behaviour and so un-neutered outdoor cats, especially males, are most at risk. It can also be spread by mating (in semen) and infected queens (female cats) can...

Cat Neutering

Neutering Cats The first and most obvious reason to neuter your cat is to PREVENT UNWANTED PREGNANCY!! From 5-8 months kittens reach sexual maturity and are capable of producing kittens themselves. Female cats can have up to 3 litters a year! Neutering cats helps...