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Taking good care of your pets is essential for their health, wellbeing and overall happiness. To keep them in the best shape possible, we've asked our experts for advice on diet, excercise, housing and healthcare for your pets!

If you've got any questions, please give us a call to speak to one of our experts, but if you are concerned about your pet, we strongly recommend to seek advice from your vet as quickly as possible.

What to Do In a Pet Emergency

We all know the basics of what we need to do when a fellow human needs help, but what about your pet? Here at The Pet Medicine Company, we’ve put some tips together to help you in a pet emergency!
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What to Do If Your Dog is Scared of the Vet

It is not uncommon for your dog to be afraid of the vets, and when that time comes around it’s a nightmare for everyone involved. Here at The Pet Medicine Company, we’ve put some top tips together to make it easier.
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The Pet Medicine Company’s recommendations for ways to celebrate valentine’s day with your pooch!

Valentines day is often filled with expectations, but it doesn’t have to be all about red roses and romance, just doing something special for yourself with your four-legged companion is enough to make your day special. Below we have provided you with a list of things that you can do this year.
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The Pet Medicine Company’s recommendations for picking the perfect boarding cattery

Trusting someone to look after your beloved cat while you are away on holiday can be tough. So, knowing that you have chosen the perfect boarding cattery for your cat can help put your mind at ease. There are several things to look at when choosing the right cattery, including the type of cattery, living environment and staff. Over the holiday period good catteries tend to book up fast, so its best to start your search in plenty of time. The best place to start is to find out if anyone has any recommendations where they have had a good experience as this will help to give you more confidence.
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The Pet Medicine Company’s recommendations for pet friendly hotels

Going on holiday is a luxury no one wants to miss out on, whether it’s a weekend away in Cornwall or a tropical getaway. Pet owners have the added pressure of making sure their pet is taken care of when they take a trip, but there is the option that many don’t take up!
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The Pet Medicine Company’s recommendation of how to keep your pet at a healthy weight!

Just like us, carrying extra weight can be dangerous for our pets and there are many health consequences associated with being overweight. Here’s a few recommendations from our experts to help to keep your pet’s weight in check!
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The Pet Medicine Company's Recommendations For Picking The Perfect Boarding Kennels

Planning on taking a vacation this year? Is the thought of leaving your dog behind troubling you, well there is no need to worry. Boarding kennels can be the perfect place!  Choosing the right once can be a challenge especially if you have not tried kennels before. Below we have created a list to help you narrow down the perfect boarding kennel.
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The Pet Medicine Company Top 5 Spring Dangers For Pets

Spring is great - the snow has cleared, the mornings are (hopefully) less bitter, and the nights are longer. But Springtime can also present greater, often unseen dangers for your pets - one of the UK’s leading out-of-hours pet emergency services will see a 33% surge in emergency calls as we shift into springtime. In order to keep your furry friends safe, watch out for the hidden spring hazards listed below.
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The Pet Medicine Company explains how much time it really takes to care for your pet!

Whether you’re thinking about getting your first dog or cat, bringing a new pet into your home is one of the most exciting things you can do. However, there is a reason why people often compare owning a pet to having children, whichever animal you’re thinking of getting it is very important to be sure that you are 100% prepared and committed to giving them all the care they need and deserve. An important part of this care is your time, so we believe that the first thing you should be asking yourself is Do you have the time to devote to your pet?
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The effects of Equine flu and how it cancelled the British horse racing

Equine influenza is caused by various strains of the influenza virus that affects the upper and lower respiratory tract of horses, the virus is similar to the flu virus that affects people but not identical and cannot be infected by humans. Once the virus has been inhaled it invades the lining or the airway which then become inflamed. This damage to the airway causes patches of the membranes lining to ulcerate which disrupts the clearance of mucus.
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The effect of antifreeze & rock/gritting salt on your pet’s health?

Winter time can be lots of fun for your four-legged friend however it can come with risks and hazards if you are not prepared for it. There are many substances available in the human world that can prove lethal to your pet. One thing to look out for is antifreeze and rock salt. If any of the symptoms occur, make sure to seek veterinary advice immediately so that you can receive the right pet medicine and dog health products.
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Recurrent Airway Obstruction

Recurrent Airway Obstruction (RAO) is a respiratory inflammation in horses caused by the inhalation of types of moulds, dust or pollen found in barns and around farms. RAO is a lot more than just an irritation of the lungs, it is a chronic inflammatory lung disease.
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