Alabama Rot - Vets Report Increases in the UK Vets across the UK are reporting an increase in dogs of all breeds infected with a new and potentially fatal disease known as Alabama Rot. Alabama Rot Disease, or cutaneous and renal glomerular vasculopathy (CRGV), is a disease of the skin and kidneys that’s commonly proved fatal in greyhounds in the US since the 1980s and has now infected at least 46 UK dogs of many different breeds since 2013.
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Increasing Levels Of Lyme Disease Interestingly, there has been a considerable amount of publicity about recent and forthcoming campaigns to raise the awareness of tick-borne diseases such as Lyme Disease.
A Shadowy & Cruel Market Place Fuelled by the greed and desire to make cash, unscrupulous breeders continue to breed litter after litter of puppies with no regard for their health or welfare. The sharp increase of illegal trading of pets across Europe and the UK is spiralling out of control.
Predicting The Right Time to Mate - Target Canine Cytology Kit Dramatically improve your reproduction reputation with the TARGET Canine Ovulation Diagnostic Test Kit. Relying on visual signs of heat, like vulval swelling and bleeding and flagging, can get you close to a bitch's perfect breeding day(s).
Quick Diagnosis and Treatment of Parasitic Diseases in Animals Controlling the level of intestinal parasites in livestock and pets is not only essential for their well-being but also for commercial and, in some cases, public health issues.
Understanding Tick-Borne Diseases At last, a national campaign to advance the understanding of tick-borne disease! As a national veterinary diagnostic supplier with over 40 different diagnostic test kits available, we do of course have many specialist kits that some vets may not be aware of.
Our cats quickly become a much-loved and valued member of our families – but many cat owners, unfortunately, encounter health difficulties for their pets that can often be easily detected by utilising the diagnostic tests available from their vets.
As a busy and caring veterinarian, you want to get as much done in a workday as possible, and this includes providing diagnostic tests when needed. While you certainly want results to come back quickly, you also want them to be accurate, and you want the tests to be affordable.