Regular, preventative pet care news & advice
Read on for a host of preventative pet care news and advice that’s completely free & updated monthly. In the stories below you’ll find seasonal tips and information on how to keep your pet healthy. If you’d like us to email you whenever we update the news then simply…
Seven essential health checks for your rabbit this Autumn
Richard Ryvar shares some helpful reminders for rabbit owners on what to look out for between vet visits, and in preparation for winter.
Four things your cat should be checked for this autumn at AllPets Vets
As the nights draw in, it’s worth thinking about booking a pre-winter health check for your cat to ensure they’re in tip-top condition for the colder months.
Five cold weather walking tips for your dog
Dogs might seem warm in their furry coats, but the veterinary team at AllPets Vets wants to remind you to take care as it gets colder.
Richard Ryvar answers your questions on your puppy’s chewing phase
Puppy chewing is just a phase you need to work through. Get all the answers to the common chewing questions.
AllPets Vets gets honest about cats
Funny felines are all around us, whether at home or on the internet. But to keep them cute and healthy they need regular check-ups.
Louise advises if rabbits, guinea pigs & hamsters need companions
So, you’re thinking of adding a small pet to your family. But should you get more than one?
Advice on guinea pig breeding from AllPets Vets
When breeding guinea pigs, time is of the essence for females. Learn why leaving the first pregnancy too late is risky.
Richard answers FAQs on dog pregnancy
Read our Head Vet’s answers to frequently asked questions such as ‘how long are dogs pregnant for’ and ‘are there any tell-tale symptoms?’
Louise has some advice on unexpected cat pregnancies
If all the signs are pointing to a cat pregnancy, read our advice on what to do if you suspect your cat is ‘expecting’.
Sara’s 10 steps to treating car sickness in dogs
Read about what causes car travel sickness in dogs and try our 10 steps to improve their symptoms.