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Review: Advantage Spot On Flea Treatment

Advantage is a non-prescription spot-on flea treatment from Bayer. It comes in packs of 4 pipettes (not three like many others) and uses a different active ingredient (imidacloprid) to the likes of Frontline, Flevox, Effipro etc (fipronil). It works within one day of application and is effective for 4 weeks on dogs, 3 to 4 weeks on cats and 1 week on rabbits.

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Review: Drontal Tasty Bone Worming Tablets For Dogs

Worms are quite literally a pain in the backside, so Drontal Tasty Bone for dogs looks make the process simple and we aim to make it cost effective. Drontal Dog are flavoured with meat to make them palatable and a distinctive bone shape. They are for the treatment of intestinal worms, including tapeworm, roundworm, hookworm and whipworm.

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Review: Hill’s Prescription Diet i/d Low Fat Wet Food For Dogs

Hill's Prescription Diet i/d low fat wet food for dogs has been created specifically to help manage gastrointestinal disorders and not pile on the pounds! Low fat i/d has been designed to be highly digestible and yet still provide all the nutrients your dog needs during digestive tract recovery. After switching you should be able to see the difference in as little as 3 days as it has increased soluble fibre to nourish the intestinal cells and flora and increased electrolytes to replace those lost from vomiting, diarrhoea, etc.

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Liver Problems in Dogs

From cleansing the blood and helping digestion to absorbing vitamins and minerals – the liver is a super organ. Because the liver plays such a vital role in regulating bodily functions, it is more prone to be affected by a variety of different sources. Do you know the signs of liver problems in dogs or how you can prevent your dog from succumbing to liver failure?

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Kidney Problems in Dogs

Kidneys are proactive and multifunctional organs. Not only do they regulate urine production and eliminate toxins from the body but they also help to control blood pressure, maintain equal amounts of minerals in the body and assist red blood cell production. Depending on external or hereditary factors, dogs can be affected by acute or chronic kidney disease. Read on to find out how to spot the telltale signs and how you can prevent renal problems in dogs.

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Pet First Aid: fits and seizures in dogs

If your dog has fits, they will most likely have idiopathic epilepsy - this is an inherited disorder but its exact cause is unknown. In between seizures, most dogs appear completely normal. This is sometimes referred to as primary epilepsy and will become apparent in your dog's early years, usually between the ages of one and 6. When an epileptic episode is a result of external factors, it will be described as structural epilepsy. Read on to find out what common external factors can cause fitting in dogs. 

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