How to give dog CPR properly

How to give dog CPR properly

How to give dog CPR properly The Telegraph has published a great article on Dog CPR – read more here Cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) in humans has moved from being a specialist medical procedure to a technique that’s widely known across society. If someone...
Heat Exhaustion

Heat Exhaustion

Dogs are only able to lose heat by sweating from their nose and paws and by panting. They are therefore highly susceptible to overheating. You should watch out for signs of heat exhaustion, particularly if your dog is panting heavily and appears distressed on a hot...
Animal Bites

Animal Bites

Bites from dogs and other animals can be jagged and often get infected. Even if an animal bite has just punctured the skin, it is important to wash the wound really well and look out for any signs of infection. It is sensible to get any bite that has punctured the...
Tail Injuries in Cats

Tail Injuries in Cats

Guest blog by Mary Nielsen. In every breed of cat, it’s tail is an extension of it’s spine, made up of small vertebrae, muscles, tendons, ligaments and nerve bundles. The rear of the spine which the tail connects to houses all the main muscles and nerves...