The veterinary nurse takes on a variety of different roles within the veterinary practice. Tasks include taking blood samples, monitoring anaesthetics and looking after inpatients in the dog, cat and exotic wards. But, did you know that veterinary nurses can also help your chunky pet lose weight? Most veterinary practices offer nurse weight loss clinics. So let’s dive into the wonderful world of dieting for pets and see what is likely to occur during your nurse consultation.
Take control with Mirataz Mirataz contains mirtazapine and is the first and only licensed veterinary transdermal ointment for body weight gain in cats experiencing poor appetite and weight loss resulting from chronic medical conditions. The active ingredient, mirtazapine, addresses reduced appetite and induces significant weight gain in as little as 14 days1. This can allow … Read more