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Why Is Permethrin Toxic To Cats?

Permethrin is a commonly used insecticide in dog-only flea control products such as spot-ons, sprays, collars and shampoos.

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A Guide To Paracetamol Toxicity In Cats

Paracetamol is extremely toxic to cats and should never be given to treat pain in cats – it will do far more harm than good.

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A Guide To Onion & Garlic Toxicity in Pets

Onions and other members of the allium family, such as garlic, leeks and chives contain chemicals that are toxic to dogs.

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A Guide To NSAID Toxicity In Pets

Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are a very common class of pain relief medications that include ibuprofen, aspirin and naproxen.

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A Guide To Chocolate Toxicity in Dogs

Chocolate toxicity is very common, and vets see many cases each year, with inevitable peaks at Easter and Christmas.

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Guide to Blue-green Algae Toxicity in Dogs

Despite the name, blue-green algae is not actually algae at all, but is the name given to a group of bacteria (cyanobacteria) that can be found in stagnant water.

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A Guide To Vomiting In Dogs

Vomiting is extremely common in dogs and has many different causes.

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Can Dogs Suffer Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs)?

Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are common in dogs and they make it painful for them to pass urine.

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A Guide To Urinary Incontinence in Dogs

Urinary incontinence is characterised by the loss of voluntary control over urination, resulting in leakage, particularly when the dog is lying down.

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A Guide To Urethral Obstruction in Cats

Urethral obstruction, or a blocked bladder, is a life-threatening emergency where there is a blockage of the lower portion of the urinary tract (the urethra).

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A Guide To Toxoplasmosis in Cats

Toxoplasmosis is a disease caused by a single-celled parasite called Toxoplasma gondii.

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What is Bumblefoot / Pododermatitis in Rabbits & Guinea Pigs?

Bumblefoot (also known as sore hocks or pododermatitis) is a fairly common problem for rabbits and guinea pigs.

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