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A Street Cat Named Bob-A must see movie

Based on the true events novel by James Bowen, this feel good story has been beautifully brought to life on the big screen. We highly recommend getting to your local cinema to watch this heart rendering, awe-inspiring movie. If you haven’t been lucky enough to read the book, here is the trailer to give you […]

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Aiding in the mobility of our elderly pets

As with ourselves in our golden years, our pets too can show signs of slowing down as they reach their dotage. Generally the most common cause of their decreased mobility is through the degeneration of joint tissue, which in turn can then lead to arthritis. Arthritis is, in summary, a condition that describes stiffness, inflammation […]

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Armitage Pet Care Flea and Tick Drops:Product defect alert!

To any readers who may have bought Armitage Pet care Flea and Tick Drops for Cats and Kittens please read this notice from the manufacturer and DO NOT apply to your pet. We wish to make wholesalers, veterinary surgeons, retailers and pet owners aware that the VMD has been notified that Bio-Tech Solutions Ltd has […]

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First Aid. The basics you need to know.

After the widespread success our TV vet Paul had on ITV’s This Morning with his discussion on pet first aid, we thought it would be important to share this information with our Vital Pet Health readers. To see live demonstrations of canine CPR and other important first aid techniques please follow the link at the […]

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Time to get into the festive spirit……

Now that Bonfire night has been and gone and just 6.5 weeks to go until Christmas we feel its time to get our viewers in to the festive spirit. What better way than a video of a pair of funny festive felines. Seeing as we have had a very celebrity themed week meet this comedic […]

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Vital Pet Health went to the Ball!

It was a busy star studded week for our TV vet Paul Manktelow. Not only did he get to present two fantastic awards at the National Pet Show in Birmingham he also rubbed shoulders with the rich and famous at Battersea’s Annual Collars and Coats Ball on November 3rd. Sponsored by Vitabiotics and Superdog this […]

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8 Amazing Animals at Risk From Wildlife Crimes

The National Geographic have published some wonderful images of our endangered animals. Illegal wildlife trafficking is a multibillion-dollar-a-year business with ties to organized crime and terrorism. In an effort to combat this threat to wildlife, the United Nations General Assembly declared March 3 World Wildlife Day. This year’s observance highlights the need to “get serious […]

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Cat Fights – Cat Bites

Cat bites are responsible for the majority of infected wounds seen in cats seeking veterinary attention. These are usually sustained during fights between these very territorial animals. The most territorial of these are the entire Tom cats who also roam to expand the area of their territory. If you have an entire Tom who is […]

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Fat Cats Facts – Health advice from the experts

I am highly concerned about the rising obesity levels in cats here in the UK.  We don’t usually think of cats as being lazy, or obese. They are active free spirits.  Associated with obesity are health complications such as diabetes, heart disease, liver disease, respiratory disease and joint problems. This article attempts to unravel fact from fiction in understanding […]

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