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6 hours ago

St David Veterinary Centre

Some information regarding Feline Hyperthyroidism 🐈
If you recognise any of these symptoms in your pet or have any questions, please call through to either branch to arrange a consultation with one of our vets.

International Cat Care
Feline hyperthyroidism is a common disease that mainly affects cats over nine years old. Would you know how to spot the signs in your cat?

Here’s a great video from Vet Times and Norbrook, highlighting the signs, diagnosis and treatment of feline hyperthyroidism.

If you notice any of the signs, contact your vet to book an appointment as soon as possible. Fortunately, the vast majority of cats that develop hyperthyroidism can be treated very successfully and most cats will make a complete recovery. However, it is important to get a diagnosis sooner rather than later.
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How cute is this little guy?!
He was in recently for a check over as his owner had noticed a small lump develop on his foot. It turned out to be a small abscess that the Vet was able to lance and drain and he was as good as new again 😊
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Super Saturday is upon us!
Will you and your pets be watching? This is Captain Wilson caught deep into the game πŸ˜‚
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Who thinks their pet knows that tone? πŸ˜‚ ... See MoreSee Less

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4 days ago

St David Veterinary Centre

A great post by RSPCA regarding separation anxiety in dogs and useful tips to help alleviate this πŸ•

Did you know that we also provide consultations for a range of behavioural issues? If you think this is something you and your pet could benefit from, please call either branch with your enquiry and a member of the team will be happy to help.πŸ• πŸ’• You’d do anything to make your dog happy, but knowing there is a problem and how to get help can be hard. Be #DogKind by finding out how to spot the obvious (and not so obvious!) signs and how to keep your pawsome pooch happy whilst you're not there: bit.ly/2HpMlzK
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