LINKS
Has your pet has been diagnosed with a long-term condition, or are you are thinking about buying a puppy or a kitten and don't know what you should look for?  Have a look at our useful links below and you may find the information you are looking for.
If your cat has been diagnosed with hyperthyroidism, you will have lots of questions about this condition.  Click on the logo to take you to the Hyperthyroid Cats website, and find lots of useful, easy to understand information.
If your dog has been diagnosed with Congestive Heart Disease, this site has lots of useful information .  You will find links and downloads on all aspects of managing this condition.
The Canine Epilepsy website has lots of information on diagnosis, treatment and living with canine epilepsy, as well as information you can download on drugs and treatments.
The DIABETIC PETS website has lots of information for anyone with a cat or dog which has been diagnosed with diabetes. Click the logo to visit the site.
The ICC website is a great resource for cat owners, with information about health, cat care and all things feline.  Click on the logo to go to the site.
This is a great website, launched by the Feline Advisory Bureau, which shows you how to spot if your cat is in pain, what treatment options you have and when to speak to your vet.  Well worth a visit.
The site for Hills pet food contains lots of information on feeding your dog or cat, as well as special offers and money off vouchers for Hills Food.  Click the Hills Logo to visit the site.
The Kennel Club website has a lot of information on breed temperament and has an Accredited Breeder scheme for pedigree puppies.  It may also be helpful to check out the breed club website for the particular breed you are interested in.
This website is for Yonderton Canine Hydro-Treadmill.  Hydrotherapy can be very useful in orthopaedic rehabilitation and with other conditions such as hip dysplasia and other arthritic conditions.  It can also be used as a weight loss tool without putting pressure on the joints.  Click the picture to be taken to their website.
Do you know which parasites can affect your cat or dog, and if so, what can you do about them?  This great website tells you all about parasites, what they do, which ones can affect we humans, and how to prevent them
Travelling abroad with your pets can be stressful.   If you are planning on taking your pets abroad, then take a look at the DEFRA site to see what requirements each country needs for taking your pet from the UK, and also what requirements you need to take your pet back into the UK from abroad.
If you are thinking about buying a puppy or taking on a rescue dog, it is important to do some research on the breed, especially temperament, to see if it will fit in with your lifestyle, but also it is important to know the main hereditary and health problems it may have, and which tests the breeder should carry out on the parents.  This site is a comprehensive list of most dog breeds along with any major health issues they suffer from.  Click the logo to visit the site
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If you would like to find out more information regarding Identichipping your pet please go to The Kennel Club website to see the Microchipping Factsheet. More information can be found on the Petlog website. Alternatively call 08444633999.