While most of us are enjoying the rising temperatures and basking in the beautiful sunshine, our cats are doing the same. There’s nothing more our cats like than lying in a patch of sunlight or stretching out on the windowsill taking in the rays. When the sun’s out, we know to protect our skin, regularly apply sun cream, stay hydrated and look for shade when needed. So should we be protecting our cats too? And why?
A keen canine swimmer is back in the water following treatment with what is being hailed as an exciting new anti-cancer drug. Vets at North Downs Specialist Referrals (NDSR) believe the verdinexor treatment represents a major breakthrough as, unlike traditional chemotherapy, it is not toxic. The drug is an oral treatment given twice weekly at … Read more