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Things to do if your pet has Arthritis

By November 6, 2015 · · · · 0 Comments

Hill’sTM Pet Nutrition and City Vet in Limerick in Ireland have got together to produce this essential guide to caring for your pet with arthritis. With some extra care and the support of your local veterinary practice, your arthritic pet can live a happy life. Find out how here. Don’t ignore it if you see…

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Pet Safety at Halloween

Halloween is upon us again and many pet owners are now dressing up their pets and decorating their homes for Halloween. In this blog, we will deal with the safety issues this can pose and how to have a pet friendly Halloween celebration. There is also a blog on how to help your pet should…

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Halloween Tips for Fearful Pets

A large percentage of dogs and less so of cats become stressed or fearful around Halloween as they are exposed to excess noise, excited children, costumes, visitors etc.  This can also be a very stressful time for owners, many of whom are unaware as to how to help their pets.  We have put a few…

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Vaccinating Your Indoor Cat

The annual vaccination of cats has been an integral part of preventive health care programs for several decades. No other medical development has been as successful in controlling deadly diseases in cats. Should I Vaccinate my Indoor Cat? Some owners feel if their cat remains indoors for life, with no contact with other cats, then…

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September at City Vet!

By October 2, 2015 0 Comments

This blog post is about two interesting cases seen at City Vet during the month of September. We hope you enjoy reading about them! Max Clohessy Max is a 9 year old Jack Russell Terrier who was attacked and bitten by another dog who was loose at the time. Max was brought into City Vet…

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Scoop That Poop!

By September 4, 2015 · 0 Comments

Dog foul continues to be a huge problem throughout the country. While most dog owners are conscientious in always carrying poo bags and picking up after their dog each time they foul, there is still a minority who fail to do so. Dog foul poses a threat to public health. If a dog with worm…

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New Microchipping Laws

By September 4, 2015 · · 0 Comments

In March 2013, Minister Simon Coveney T.D. announced that from 2016 all dogs will be required to be microchipped by law. There is still a very significant number of dogs not microchipped but numbers are expected to rise in the run up to 31st March 2016. For microchipping to work, owners must make sure that…

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Grooming Your Pet

Grooming is another important aspect of caring for your pet. Some pets suffer from ear infections while others may need their nails clipped regularly. This blog will give you some tips on how to clean pet’s ears, clip their nails and pluck hairs from their ears.   How to clean your Pet’s Ears Not all…

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Car Safety Tips When Travelling in Summer

If you do not want to put your pet into a boarding kennel and would prefer to bring them with you on your staycation in Ireland this summer, there are some things to take into consideration. This blog will address these issues. Car Safety It can be very dangerous to drive with unrestrained pets. Not…

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Putting your Pet in Boarding Kennels

By July 17, 2015 · · · 0 Comments

Summer time has arrived and with it, an increase in the number of pets being put into kennels as their owners head away on holidays. This blog will address the issues to look out for and the preventative health measures needed before and after putting your pet into kennels. Choosing a Boarding Kennel There are…

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