Cat diabetes is a common endocrine condition and in most cases can be diagnosed and managed successfully. Management of the condition can be complex as treatment may need to be adjusted to the individual cat as Emma experienced with her cat Ollie.
We recently received some great feedback from a client called Andrew about his experience with Calder Vets when his dog, Norah, suffered from a Lip Avulsion injury. The following, with full permission, is copied directly from Andrews Facebook page.
Dewsbury veterinary clinic has been awarded the highest level certificate in Cat Care by The International Society for Feline Medicine reflecting our investment in the best facilities and the care and dedication of our staff
A new strain of Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease Virus (RHDV) has been discovered. Find out the latest news and information about the disease including vaccinations.
Leaving your dog in the car on a hot day can be very dangerous. With temperatures soaring, conditions can become deadly in a matter of minutes.
It’s Rabbit Awareness week 18th – 26th of June 2016!
There has been an increased number of cases of “Kennel Cough” in the West and South Yorkshire region this winter. Find out more about Kennel Cough and prevention for your dog.
From the 6th April 2016, a new law will make microchipping dogs compulsory!
Christmas and New Year can be quite a dangerous time for our pets
As UK temperatures continue to drop, pet care is more important than ever.