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  • Dog Advice - Pet Advice
  • Dog Advice - Pet Advice

Dogs

Neutering is a surgical procedure performed under general anaesthesia to remove part or all of an animal’s reproductive organs, preventing them from reproducing. In males, it is called castration and in females, spaying. We know that neutering provides significant benefits for you and your pet and is directly associated with helping pets to live happier, healthier lives. Book your appointment today at D&T Veterinary Centre in Rugeley.

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Microchipping is a permanent ID system, which involves a chip, no bigger than a grain of rice being implanted under the skin of your dog's scruff.

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For the long-term health and wellbeing of your pet and your family, it is essential that you routinely use proven, preventative treatments against the most common parasites throughout your pet’s life. Remember that prevention is much easier and cost effective than cure.

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One of the most important things you can do to give your dog a long and healthy life is to ensure that he or she is vaccinated against both common and serious canine infectious diseases.

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Canine atopy, or allergic dermatitis, is the most common skin condition found in dogs.

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As a result of advances in veterinary medicine, more knowledgeable care and improved nutrition, dogs are now living much longer, healthier lives.

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Hopefully you'll have anticipated your new arrival by 'puppy proofing' your home, and had lots of fun choosing the bed, blanket, toys and other supplies they will need.

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If your dog doesn't jump to greet you on your return home each evening, there may be a good reason - he or she may have developed canine osteoarthritis.

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Being aware of the infectious and, in some cases, potentially fatal diseases your dog can catch is a vital part of dog ownership.

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Diabetes mellitus is a disease in which your dog's pancreas can no longer produce enough of the hormone insulin.

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Donnachie & Townley Veterinary Centre

Rugeley

The Veterinary Centre
29 Market Street
Rugeley, Staffordshire
WS15 2JH

Tel: 01889 582023

Stafford

Units E and F, Madford Retail Park
Foregate Street
Stafford
ST16 2QY

Tel: 01785 213404