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Posted on 18/03/2019
Choosing the right breed of cat or dog can be an exciting but stressful time for prospective owners. There are many things to consider when buying a new pet and here at Vetsure we want to make your researching a little bit easier, we have detailed what to research and look out for when choosing […]
Posted on 07/03/2019
Spring is an exciting time for a pet, there are new smells, new walks, and new friends to meet, but spring it also a time that can bring hazards to your pet’s wellbeing. These are some important things to look out for this spring. Spring flowers can cause serious harm to your pet, daffodils […]
Posted on 27/12/2018
Thank you for taking part in the Vetsure calendar competition this year. Our winners were announced here earlier on in the month and we’re pleased to offer you a download for the 2019 dog calendar here: Click the links to download the three other Vetsure calendars: Download the 2019 Cat Calendar Download the […]
Posted on 02/11/2018
We want to help you support your dog through the Firework season. Here are some of our top tips to keep your dog calm…
Posted on 08/08/2018
It is very distressing for owners to see their once vibrant and energetic pets become slower and less enthusiastic as they enter old age. In some cases, specific problems ensue that can be severe enough for owners to even consider euthanasia. Cognitive dysfunction syndrome (CDS) is a well-documented disorder in dogs and cats whereby there […]
Posted on 24/07/2018
To keep your pets safe during this time we have made a list of tips on preventing accidents and safeguarding your pet during the summer time.
Posted on 13/11/2017
After the huge success of last year’s competition, we’re super excited to be holding our annual calendar competition for the second year running.
This year we’ll be making not one, but TWO calendars; one for cats and one for dogs!
Posted on 13/09/2017
Seeing your dog in pain is distressing for any pet owner. Whilst humans can self-diagnose and often self-medicate, animals cannot. It is therefore important to promptly determine what is causing your dog’s pain in order to treat it effectively, returning them to their usual happy selves as soon as possible.
Posted on 29/08/2017
Keeping your dog calm at the vets can be a challenge for some owners as they may have very anxious and stressed dogs that do not enjoy being poked and prodded by a stranger! Read our top tips for keeping your dog calm…
Posted on 06/07/2017
We know it can be worrying when our furry family members are unwell or diagnosed with a long-term illness but we are here to help you through the tough times so you can get back to enjoying the fun parts of pet ownership.
To aid you during your pet’s treatment we have compiled this basic fact sheet to help shed some light on Osteoarthritis, how it can be treated and what can be expected in most cases.