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Act now to Stop the RCVS restricting or banning Vets from using Alternative Medicines

The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons are taking away your right to make Informed Choices for your Pet.Animal Owners and Guardians rely on their Vet to give impartial, ethical and evidence-based opinion for the benefit of the Animal(s) in their care. The Vet's governing body, the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, has however, just recently [...]

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The 'C' Word - Cancer

So today I’m going to talk a bit about the big C word – Cancer. And more importantly how you could help reduce the likelihood of cancer in your pet (and yourselves) – Chemoprevention.Cancer is one of the leading causes of death in dogs, with around 1 in 3 domestic dogs estimated to develop cancer. This statistic is similar [...]

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​Herbs for a Healthy Diet and Life (For You and Your Dog!)

Herbs for a Healthy Diet and Life (For You and Your Dog!)I’ve always been a huge fan of herbs, and have used them in food since I first learnt to cook. Looking into herbs as medicines seemed like the most natural thing to do after this. Luckily for my patients and for myself, studying veterinary medicine failed to [...]

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Bull Terrier Puppy Loves His Raw Food

Thought I would send you a little update on our Bull Terrier puppy. We started him off the day after we picked him up on your completes and he is absolutely loving them. In the two weeks that [...]

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​Reducing pain and inflammation by Dr. Mark Elliott

Reducing pain and inflammationThis is a big topic and I can't possibly cover everything, but this should give an overview.How we, and our pets, suffer pain is a highly complex issue, there are a lot of individual factors involved. Where and how the pain happens can affect how much pain that is perceived, there are differences in response between [...]

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Another happy customer...

Another happy customer….“I just wanted to say how happy I am with your company and product. My whippets have been fed on it since we brought them home at 8 weeks and as you can see they are thriving, naughty adolescents! Whenever I have needed some information or advice your staff have always been knowledgeable [...]

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Lumi's stomach troubles are over!

 "It’s early days but her growth and overall advancement is amazing everybody (even the vets!)" Our very first pup, Lumi was picked up from a breeder in Lincoln on January 14th. She is a cross of many Lupine breeds, one of only 600 in the world, relatively new and unknown in terms of successful rearing. [...]

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Talking Raw Meaty Bones with Dr. Vicky Simon

To Bone or Not To Bone……That is the question. At least it’s the question of this blog!A lot of raw feeders who come through my door are happy just feeding the pre-made ground minces containing bone, which nutritionally does give your dog a balanced diet. However, there is more to feeding a raw meaty bone than just nutritional benefits, [...]

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Neutering Your Dog – Making an Informed Decision

Blog post by Dr Mark Elliott BVSc VetMFHom MRCVS MLIHM PCH DSH RSHomIn the UK many vets are now neutering dogs routinely before their first season. As a practice we refuse to do this and to answer why, it is useful to put some facts on record.But quite aside from these facts, our clinical experience suggests we see [...]

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