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TV Vet Paul’s Moral Guide to Neutering

Happy Monday readers! Did you see our Vet Paul Manktelow’s article in The Times on Saturday? Paul will be regularly writing features for The Times and we will keep you updated on these should you miss them. If you missed last weeks article here is a summary of his personal guides and views on why […]

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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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Walnut, Mark Wood's beloved whippet.

Our tribute to Walnut

Last week we were reminded of the power of social media and how whole communities can be brought together in kindred spirit and empathy. Here is the story of Mark Wood and his faithful friend Walnut. Walnut, like all pets, was a very special friend and companion during his glorious 18 years of life. He […]

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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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Fun at the National Pet Show 2016

Wow what a weekend!! So this weekend gone was the National Pet Show at the NEC in Birmingham. This is the third year this fantastic event has visited the NEC and it’s not hard to see why it is so popular. The National Pet Show plays host to a number of fantastic events including performances […]

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Are Your Dog’s Eyes At Risk?

Vital Pet Health have been working on a project to highlight the importance of eye care in dogs.  Paul has contributed to the campaign, offering expert tips.  Watch the video with the latest news. We all want what is best for our dogs and when something changes in their behaviour, owners are often quick to sense a […]

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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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It’s getting hot! How does your pet feel?

Here are some simple tips to make sure our furry friends don’t over heat as we head into summer.   Have you ever spent too long in the sun and felt like you were about to boil over? Well humans aren’t the only ones to struggle with the heat, animals are at as much at risk as humans […]

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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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All you need to know about Kennel Cough – Advice from the Vet

Kennel Cough Well it’s that time of year when we are all thinking about summer holidays.  As a dog owner we have to make decisions – to take our dog with us, or not… The Vital Pet Health Vets have put this professional document together to advise you about the specifics of Kennel Cough. Kennel cough or Infectious Canine Tracheobronchitis, is […]

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