The Animal Welfare Foundation has produced a pet travel leaflet with more information on dangerous exotic disease
Blue green algae, or cyanobacteria, are a group of bacteria that can contain dangerous toxins which can be harmful and potentially fatal to pets, livestock and birds if ingested even in small quantities.
Veterinary services across Scotland have been magnificent throughout the Covid-19 pandemic and the recent outbreak of Avian flu.
““The report’s recommendations are a welcome step towards positive and much-needed change in fireworks controls in Scotland.”
People keen to have a dachshund as a pet dog after seeing one take the top spot at Crufts on 8th of March, are being advised of the serious health problems this breed can suffer from.
Using his puppy-dog eyes to convince his owner to give him his favourite treats like roast chicken.
“It’s great to see such a robust and comprehensive list of commitments to animal welfare from the Scottish Government”
The British Veterinary Association (BVA) has welcomed several key commitments to animal welfare
Rabbits, guinea pigs and other small furries such as hamsters cannot sweat or pant so it is up to owners to help them regulate their body temperature.
As we are into colder weather the British Veterinary Association has issued some advice for pet owners.