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
A helpful guide to understanding what is Separation Anxiety and what can be done to support dogs that suffer from it. Presented by Dog Behaviourist, Carolyn Menteith, and supported by Ceva Veterinary Advisor, Sarah Endersby. You can purchase or order
How To Help Your Dog Stay Calm Dogs can be fearful of loud bangs and flashes of light, but there are steps you can take to help them keep calm and cope on fireworks night or during thunderstorms. Build them
The Frequency of Vaccinations The routine administration of vaccines in dogs has been one of the most significant factors in the consistent reduction of serious canine infectious diseases. However there have been some concerns raised about the frequency of vaccination
The Problem with Fleas If untreated, the female flea will continue to take blood for several weeks. During that time, she will consume about 15 times her body weight in blood. Although the male fleas do not take as much
Adult Dogs As an adult, many dogs simply need a Milbactor tablet once every three to six months to control most roundworms, tapeworms, heartworm and lungworm depending on their lifestyle. Alternatively Prinovox spot on can be used monthly to treat
The worming treatment recommended for your dog will depend on their age and lifestyle. Worming Puppies Dogs are particularly vulnerable to roundworm infestation as puppies. They may be born infected, or they may be infected via their mother’s milk.