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DOGS: Symptoms requiring immediate veterinary care

DOGS: Symptoms requiring immediate veterinary care

When they fall ill, dogs can exhibit a wide range of symptoms. Not all of them mean you are facing an acute emergency. Just like us, a dog may feel off colour for a couple of days and then bounce back. But your dog depends on you to recognise when there is a serious problem and to seek appropriate help. All of the symptoms in this article indicate you should seek immediate veterinary advice or attention…

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Dangers of Panadol for dogs

Dangers of Panadol for dogs

You may be tempted to try to provide some pain relief for your pet by using paracetamol, or other over-the-counter painkillers you might have, but the reality is you may be killing your pet. Paracetamol is particularly toxic to cats and dogs. If it doesn’t kill them immediately, the toxic substances can be stored and accumulated in internal organs…

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Cats: Symptoms needing emergency care

Cats: Symptoms needing emergency care
ADVICE FOR EMERGENCIESHow to recognise when your pet needs urgent treatment Is it an emergency? Our emergency services Our call-out area Opening hours and contact info Get directions to our hospital Cats: Symptoms symptoms requiring immediate veterinary careIf your cat is showing any of the symptoms listed here you should seek immediate veterinary advice. You should not attemptRead more