Pets Can Have Allergies Too In the same way that humans can suffer from allergies, so can our pets. Pets can suffer from allergies from Foods (red meat/poultry/game/fish/cow’s milk/eggs/cereals) Mites including dust mites Moulds Pollen Grasses Insects Pet Allergy Testing
Travelling With Your Pet Post-Brexit We wanted to update you on the latest guidance relating to Pet Passports and travelling with your pet following Brexit. If your pet currently holds an EU Pet Passport, or you are looking to travel
It’s that time of year again… The Petplan Veterinary Awards recognise the fantastic work that goes on in veterinary practices across the UK. Petplan has worked closely with the veterinary profession for over 40 years and hosts these independent industry
Cats can get spooked by fireworks and load noises such as thunder. The tips on this page will hopefully help you to support your cat and make fireworks a less-stressful event. Keep Them Inside Keep curtains and doors closed.
Dog Breeding Regulations and Lucy’s Law On 1st October 2018, new regulations came into effect concerning pet animals in England. These include; dog breeding, dog and cat boarding, selling animals as pets and keeping or training animals for exhibition. The
Business in the Community Finalists We are so proud to gave made it through to the finals of the Uttlesford Business Awards 2018 in the Business in the Community category! We have been shortlisted to the final four, along with
Cutaneous and Renal Glomerular Vasculopathy (CRGV) Alabama Rot, or cutaneous and renal glomerular vasculopathy (CRGV), is a disease which we actually know very little about. It often presents with sores or lesions on your dog’s skin, and can sadly be
Natures Menu – Real Food Pets Love We are pleased to announce that we have started stocking Natures Menu raw pet food at our Great Dunmow practice, including a range of raw nuggets and raw food treats. Natures Menu believe
What foods are poisonous to pets? Should you panic if your dog has eaten chocolate or a mince pie? Are Brussel Sprouts evil (and not just for what they do to your innards)? Has your cat taken a fancy to
What is Laminitis ? Laminitis is an inflammation of the laminae of the foot. The laminae is the layer between the hoof wall and the pedal bone. Severe pain results from the inflammation caused by the pressure on the sensitive laminae.