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This is a really hard dilemma and one I help clients with most days in my life as a mobile vet.
What do you do when you find out your pet has cancer? Do you go for chemotherapy or surgery and try to extend life so you can share every precious moment with your pet? Or do you decide that limited intervention is the best option and opt to keep your pet comfortable until the time is right to let go?
The answer is not simple. There’s no black and white formula for every pet and every family. Here are some principles I use to guide my clients – I hope you find them useful when you’re facing these difficult decisions.Read More
This month we’re going to look at the pros and cons of both buying a new puppy and adopting an older rescue dog. Whether this is your first dog, or you are an experienced dog owner, choosing a new dog can be a tricky decision with both practical and ethical implications.Read More
Getting new puppy is a wonderful and exciting time for any family. Here are some great tips to help you prepare for your new arrival. If your pup comes from a quality breeder the chances are they will give a you strict feeding guide and a few days of food. The best way to avoid upset tummies is to stick to what the breeder was feeding for at least 3-5 days.Read More