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Goddard Vet Group
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Goddard Vet Group 2h
IMHA stands for Immune Mediated Haemolytic Anaemia. It’s a bit of a mouthful so is often known as its less tongue-twisting abbreviation. It’s not as complicated as it sounds and here we will attempt to demystify it. 👇
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A lot of pets don't tolerate 'dress-up' & seem visibly uncomfortable. If your pet is stressed by being put in to outfits then avoid at all costs as it's only for your benefit. We like medical pet shirts in post op recovery & protection of wounds to promote healing.
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Goddard Vet Group Jan 15
Sometimes our pet’s mobility and the quality of their life can be reduced by one of a vast range of different conditions, and helping them feel better is where rehabilitation can be extremely helpful.
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Goddard Vet Group Jan 14
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Goddard Vet Group Jan 11
Cats' feet are so sensitive they can 'hear' low pitched vibrations through them... a trait they share with elephants!
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Goddard Vet Group Jan 10
Help your have a Happy 'Mew' Year! Check out our health plans for your feline friend and take care of their preventative healthcare, all while spreading the cost and saving money. Plan ahead and make the perfect start to #2019!
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Goddard Vet Group Jan 9
A tired dog is a good dog & one which doesn't get enough exercise can become anxious and stressed! Especially when they are left. So if your dog gets worried when you are not with them, giving them a good run before you go out could really help!
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Goddard Vet Group Jan 9
Haemangiosarcoma is an aggressive type of cancer which arises from cells that line blood vessels. In this blog we will focus on haemangiosarcoma in dogs as, although it can occur in other species such as cats, this is very rare.
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Goddard Vet Group Jan 8
Did you know you can register your pet online? This is very convenient if you have a new pet or even if you are a new client! For multi-pet owners, you can even add up to 5 animals on the form!
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Goddard Vet Group Jan 7
Did you know that your rabbit's teeth grow continuously?
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Goddard Vet Group Jan 6
We don't blame you little one, super-comfy kitty!
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Goddard Vet Group Jan 4
Replying to @ruthaggiss1
Glad to hear it, sending lots of get well soon hugs ❤️
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Goddard Vet Group Jan 4
How do you look after your indoor cat’s physical and mental well-being? Do you make them work for their food or provide lots of indoor climbing trees? We'd love to see photos of their environment, tweet us a photo!
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Goddard Vet Group Jan 3
Replying to @ruthaggiss1
Wow! They're impressive Ruth. What a beautiful boy 😍
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Goddard Vet Group Jan 3
Did you know, the top two rows of a cat's whiskers move independently of the bottom two rows? Do you have a cat with especially-long whiskers? Tweet us with a photo!
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Goddard Vet Group Jan 3
Replying to @PiCiHiBiMiHi
Humans must not sleep! They must be ready to serve our felines 24/7!
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Goddard Vet Group Jan 2
Have you made any resolutions for the year ahead? For a bit of fun, if your pet could make a New Year’s resolution, what do you think it would be and why? Pop their resolutions in the comments below!
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Goddard Vet Group Jan 2
Ivermectin is a very commonly used wormer, suitable for horses, cattle, sheep, birds, and a wide range of small mammals. It is occasionally used in dogs – but did you know that it's never in collies and other herding breeds?
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Goddard Vet Group Jan 1
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Goddard Vet Group Dec 31
Prevention is better than a visit to the vets. Did you know that lots of common items are toxic & potentially fatal to your cat? If you think your cat has ingested or come into contact with any of these please contact us straight away.
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