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Welcome to our latest monthly newsletter.

In this edition we take a detailed look at diabetes in dogs and cats - one of the more common hormone diseases we see.

We also cover kidney disease in cats - a problem many feline pet owners will be familiar with.

And as the days get shorter and the temperatures fall, we give some helpful advice on looking after your animals this winter.

 

Happy reading

Best wishes from all the team at Hallam Veterinary Centre

 
 
 
Feline Diabetes - could your cat be affected?

Feline Diabetes - could your cat be affected?

Diabetes is an common disease in which a cat's body either doesn't make enough insulin or doesn't use insulin properly. Do you know the signs, causes and treatment options?

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Kidney disease in cats – do you know the signs?

Kidney disease in cats – do you know the signs?

If you have a cat in middle age or older, you need to be aware of the potential problems caused by kidney disease. There are many things you can do to help minimise the risks

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15 winter care tips for dogs and cats

15 winter care tips for dogs and cats

Winter brings all sorts of challenges for our pets, so this month we thought we'd share with you some practical ways you can help keep your dog and cat safe

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Prepare your rabbit for winter

Prepare your rabbit for winter

With the summer gone, we turn our attention towards animal care in the winter. In this feature our vets give you some practical tips on keeping your pet rabbit safe and well

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Canine diabetes - take our advice

Canine diabetes - take our advice

Canine diabetes is one of the most common hormonal diseases in dogs. If undiagnosed and untreated, a dog will rapidly deteriorate. Make sure you know the signs and get help if you're concerned

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Welcome to our latest monthly newsletter.

In this edition we take a detailed look at diabetes in dogs and cats - one of the more common hormone diseases we see.

We also cover kidney disease in cats - a problem many feline pet owners will be familiar with.

And as the days get shorter and the temperatures fall, we give some helpful advice on looking after your animals this winter.

 

Happy reading

Best wishes from all the team at Hallam Veterinary Centre

 
 

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