Veterinary Care for Animals Planning Overseas Journeys

Veterinary Care for Animals Planning Overseas Journeys

  • Obtaining emergency vet treatment after your pet eats poison

    While ideally your pet would not eat poison it is all too easy for a pet to end up eating poison inadvertently if they end up eating a poisoned piece of flesh (such as a poisoned rat or rabbit) or make it into a space with poison such a shed.  Here are some tips to help you if you do find a pet that has been poisoned.  Locate the source of the poison

  • Helping a distressed dog in labour

    If you have a pregnant dog who is due to give birth you'll want to work out the best ways to support them through this exciting time. However, while most labours go smoothly, in some cases a dog may get distressed in labour and need some extra support. Here are some tips to help you identify troublesome issues in labour and give your dog the best support.  Stalled labour Labour in dogs usually progresses reasonably quickly.

  • Could Your Cat Have Ear Mites?

    Parasitic ear mites are contagious, and your cat only has to come into contact with an infected cat to become a host. If ear mites are left untreated, they can begin to colonise in other parts of your cat's body. Additionally, ear mites can make your cat's ears feel so itchy they will scratch until they damage the inner ear, which can impair their hearing. Here's an overview of the symptoms, diagnosis and treatment approach for ear mites in cats:

  • Don't Overlook These Signs That Your Beloved Pet Needs to See the Vet!

    Health emergencies for your pet aren't always as obvious as you might think, and it can be easy to dismiss certain signs of a needed appointment with a vet as being common problems with animals or just your pet acting up or acting out for attention. However, a responsible pet owner will ensure that he or she knows the signs and symptoms of a medical problem with their pet, and is ready to take them to the vet as needed.

  • Epilepsy In Dogs Explained

    As a neurological condition, epilepsy can alter your dog's consciousness and cause them to experience seizures. There's not always a clear reason when a dog develops epilepsy, but some breeds, including springer spaniels, golden retrievers and Labradors, seem to be particularly prone to developing this illness. When your dog starts having seizures, it can be distressing for both you and them even though the seizures tend to last for only a few minutes, but understanding the condition can help you feel calmer during seizure episodes.

  • About Me

    Veterinary Care for Animals Planning Overseas Journeys

    When you have a dog or a cat, they become a treasured part of the family, and you don't want to leave them at any cost. This is true even if you move or travel abroad. Hi, my name is Katie, and I traveled with my dog for nearly 10 years before his passing one year ago. I loved every moment we had together, but I also learned a lot of important things about the type of veterinary care travelling animals need. If you want to learn about veterinary care or tips for travelling animals or just in general, I invite you to explore my blog.