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General Pet Advice
Have you been noticing an increased water intake by your dog or cat recently in Guildford? There might be instances where you find yourself refilling their water bowl more often than usual.
We all know it’s not healthy for our pets to be overweight and in extreme circumstances like these, it could be easy to fall into bad habits by giving your pet extra treats or naughty snacks. Advice on how to keep your pet at a healthy weight whilst in isolation.
As well as looking out for our own mental wellbeing, it’s also important to keep an eye on your pet’s behaviour and look out for signs of anxiety. Our guide to supporting your pet’s mental health may give you some ideas about how to keep them calm and happy.
Food and Water
To ensure a safer anaesthetic your pet needs to be starved for 12 hours prior to surgery. This is to ensure the stomach is empty and there is no risk of regurgitation or inhalation during the anaesthetic or recovery. A small meal should be provided no later than 8pm the evening before.
Know the facts, reduce the risks
Spotting the signs of diabetes in your pets is crucial as just like us, our pets can suffer from the complex disease, but it isn’t always easily identifiable. You can help your pet by understanding what diabetes is, the causes of it and how to recognise the symptoms.
Welcoming a new arrival into the family is a very exciting time. There are lots of activities, environments and enjoyment yet to experience – your little one will be raring to go! This is why we have prepared some advice to help guide you through those early weeks and months.
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