Call the Vet
The Call the Vet podcast is all about answering your questions to provide you with the information you need to help your dog or cat be as healthy and happy as possible. Whatever their situation, age or health status.
The Latest Call the Vet Episodes
An eye problem can go from being a minor irritation to something really serious within a day or two. It could even result in permanent blindness or loss of the eye. If your cat has keratitis (or any eye disease) you need to be certain they are on the right treatment!
Grooming a long-haired cat can be a full-time job. If they don't like it then it can also be a nightmare where you end up being covered in scratches and blood! It doesn’t have to be like that…
Learn how to speak to your children about the death of a pet. How to talk to them and involve them in the buildup to euthanasia. And once your dog or cat has died, how to help your child grieve.
Are prescription diets really the best option for your dog or cat if they are unwell? Is raw feeding or switching to a home-cooked diet as good (or even better)? And are vets are paid to sell diets by the big food companies?
Dental disease in rabbits is one of the most common problems they develop. It is also a big reason that a rabbit may need to be euthanized while they are still relatively young.
On the show this week, we’ve got: why a cat could be leaking urine after suffering from a blocked bladder, how to prevent cystitis in cats, and the causes of a hard, bloated abdomen in a Chihuahua
In this Call the Vet episode, I answer questions about: a female dog leaking urine while sleeping, reducing the stress of introducing a new cat into the house, and how to wean a puppy onto solids
This week, I’m talking all about: what to do if your young dog has long term diarrhoea, whether CBD oil is something you should be giving to treat your dog’s dementia, and the best rabies vaccine protocol for your dog
The Call the Vet podcast, episode 28: slipped discs, dog fear, and when to spay
This podcast episode discusses: a cat toileting outside their litter box, helping and arthritis dog stay comfortable, and coping with dementia in an old dog
This week’s episode covers: the risk of bleach if swallowed by your dog or cat, the challenge of picking up heart failure in cats, and the causes of blood in your cat’s stool
Arthritis is one of the most common diseases in the pet dog population. It is a disease that every pet owner should know about. Being proactive will keep your arthritic dog as comfortable as possible
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