When a human experiences allergics we typically deal with sneezing and itchy eyes and skin, dogs however show their allergies almost exclusively in the form of allergic dermatitis. Our Bedford vets will discuss allergic dermatitis in dogs, what the signs are and what you can do to help relieve their symptoms and treat this condition.
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Get valuable tips and advice from our Bedford veterinarians to help you keep your pets healthy and happy.
If you are an avid traveler, you may be keen to bring your feline friend along on the journey. Our Bedford vets share some tips on how to travel with a cat for a low-stress trip.
There will be times that our beloved canine companions are feeling under the weather, but how do we know when to be concerned and what they might be experiencing? Our Bedford vets share some of the most common dog illnesses and provide a symptoms checker to compare their symptoms to help determine when to seek care.
We want our dogs to live a long and healthy life free of pain and discomfort, and to help with this we may look to new therapeutic approaches such as acupuncture. Today, our Bedford vets discuss what acupuncture is and five health benefits of acupuncture for dogs.
If you are planning some time away from home, regardless of how long you are gone, it can be tough to decide on how to care for your pets. Today, our Bedford vets discuss the benefits of dog boarding and what you should look for when choosing boarding facilities.
If you need to leave the house for the day to head to work or for other responsibilities then chances are that you will have to leave your dog at home while you go. Today, our Bedford vets discuss how long you can leave your dog at home alone and how to ensure their safety and happiness while you are away.
If your cat is scheduled for surgery or has recently undergone surgery then there are steps you will need to take during recovery in order to ensure the process goes as well as possible In today's post, our Bedford vets share some tips on how to help your cat recover after surgery and stop them from jumping or potentially causing complications.