Jo Blogs

Pet Dental Health Month – Dogs

Did you know February is Pet Dental Health Month? Dental and oral hygiene is a huge part of keeping your pet healthy, no matter what size or species. What teeth should my dog have? Dogs have 4 different types of teeth which develop and may be lost over their lifetime. Have a look at the… Read more »

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Pet Dental Health Month – Cats

With February being Pet Dental Health Month, dental and oral hygiene is a huge part of keeping your pet healthy, no matter what size or species. What teeth should my cat have? Cats have 4 different types of teeth which develop and may be lost over their lifetime. Have a look at the types of… Read more »

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Pet Dental Health Month – Rabbits

As we have said, February is Pet Dental Health Month. Dental and oral hygiene is a huge part of keeping your pet healthy, no matter what size or species. What teeth should my rabbit have? Rabbits have 3 different types of teeth which are unrooted and continually grow over their lifetime. Have a look at… Read more »

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Shelter Medicine Day

Last Wednesday we hosted our first Shelter Medicine Day at the centre. This was a fantastic day where members of Nottingham Vet School Shelter Medicine Society had the opportunity to come and join us for the day. The ten enthusiastic vet students were able to get really hands on, under the supervision of our centre… Read more »

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National Cat Health Month 2020

February is National Cat Health Month and our Centre vet Jo wanted to share a few helpful tips on what to look out for to check that our feline friends stay fit and well. Remember, the approach to checking your cat is a logical one. It starts at the nose and works backwards to the… Read more »

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Getting in shape for 2020

Happy New Year to all of our followers! We hope you have had a great Christmas. With any festive period, there is always the opportunity to indulge for us as well as our pets. Whilst this is very much enjoyed at the time, it can leave us all needing to get back into shape as… Read more »

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Pet Travel Safety Day

Whether it’s a quick trip to the local park, a ferry crossing to the continent or a worldwide adventure – our pets are travelling further than ever before. Did you know there’s even a National day for it? 2nd January was National Pet Travel Safety Day. Whether it’s local or long distance travel, we’re here… Read more »

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The Benefits of Neutering your Pet

Neutering is the removal of an animal’s reproductive organs. Here at the RSPCA Radcliffe Animal Centre we ensure that the animals under our care are all neutered or booked in for neutering before they go to their new homes. This is important for us to reduce the number of unwanted animals in the UK and… Read more »

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Diabetes in our pet

November is National Diabetes Month so we thought we would bring you some information about the disease. Sadly, this is not an uncommon disease in our cats and dogs. Whilst it normally needs lifelong treatment, early detection usually leads to easier management of the condition. What is Diabetes? Diabetes is a disease whereby the body… Read more »

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