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Online vet advice for dogs and puppies from Happy Dog UK.

Change your dog to a Happy Dog

Change your dog to a Happy Dog

There are several reasons why you may need to change the food you feed your dog and we just wanted to reassure you that changing from your current brand to our Happy Dog food couldn’t be easier! Whichever brand you change from and to, a steady period of transition is essential to avoid upset stomachs and tummy troubles. Advice: Veterina...

The benefits of Ostrich..

The benefits of Ostrich..

Happy Dog Supreme Sensible Africa The exceptional tasty super premium complete food Happy Dog Africa is ideal for all demanding dogs who are looking for something special or are simply rather picky. It combines African ostrich as the only animal protein and potatoes as the only carbohydrate source to create a unique recipe. Ostrich &...

The Importance of Immunisation

The Importance of Immunisation

Vaccinations are hugely important for our four-legged friends and have played a major role in reducing a large number of cases with devastating diseases such as rabies and parvovirus. Read on to find out more about the importance of immunisation and about ‘Titre Testing' and how it can help you make an informed decision towards vaccinat...

How to Clean Your Dog or Cat’s Ears

How to Clean Your Dog or Cat’s Ears

A weekly ear check should be part of basic pet care for your dog and cat. Cleaning the ears is not always necessary however, its good practice to inspect the ears regularly to ensure that common ear problems such as mites and infections, can be detected at an early stage. Moreover, these regular checks will ensue your pets get used to ha...

How to Administer Eye Drops to Your Dog or Cat

How to Administer Eye Drops to Your Dog or Cat

The idea of having to put eye drops into a dog or cat puts a lot of pet owners under stress. However, with the right technique, it can be an easy enough treatment that you can do at home without having to visit your vet every time the eye drops need to be administered. Happy Dog Vet Carina Mederle talks us through the steps of safe admin...

Microchipping Compulsory by Law this April (2016)

Microchipping Compulsory by Law this April (2016)

Did you know that from April 2016 onwards, by law, your dog will need to be microchipped and registered on one of the authorised commercial databases available. Don't worry if your dog’s not microchipped yet, it simply takes an inexpensive visit to the vets. Or you can find a number of organisations that carry out microchipping for free...

Beware of Harmful Pet Poisons During the Festive Season

Beware of Harmful Pet Poisons During the Festive Season

Christmas is a great time of year for all the family, dogs included, but it can also be a dangerous time of year for our beloved furry family members. From toxic foods to dangerous toys there are an array of hazards we need to be aware of! You will probably already know that chocolate is poisonous to dogs but did you know the darker the c...

Feeding Methods for Dogs

Feeding Methods for Dogs

There are many different approaches you can take to feeding your dog, however, there are a few rules that you should always follow. The diet should always be easily digestible, produce firm formed stools and your dog should have access to fresh water at all times. If you decide to change your dog’s diet, this should always be done very ...

Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency (EPI) in Dogs

Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency (EPI) in Dogs

EPI (Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency) is described as a weakness of the pancreas which results in a lack of digestive enzymes.   What is the Pancreas? The pancreas is the organ that is vital for the digestion of your dog’s food. It produces the ‘gastric juice secretions' that contain, amongst other things, the digestive enzyme...

Feeding a Diabetic Dog

Feeding a Diabetic Dog

Diabetes is an endocrine disorder which can be caused by both genetic and environmental factors. It's a complex syndrome which usually consists of a limited effect of insulin (resistance of insulin) combined with an insufficiency of β- cells (cells in the pancreas producing insulin). Obese and older dogs are more likely to get diabetes....

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