• Dog Advice
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  • Dog Advice

Dogs

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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With major advances in treating serious infectious and other pet diseases, oral disease (periodontal or gum disease caused by the build-up of plaque and tartar) has become the number one health problem for dogs.

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If you need any specific behavioural advice please contact Beverley Hawkins, at the Rugeley practice, who will be happy to help you.

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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

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