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  1. Cat Health and Nutrition
    background info: my cat is named kitty (very original) and has been apart of my family for about 9 years. He was never one to be super attached to anyone and be all social except for my brother. He sleeps a lot and is an outdoor cat. About a year ago he was diagnosed with fiv (basically cat...
  2. Dog Health and Nutrition
    Hello, my dog Jazz is 15 and a half. The last year he’s slowed down a bit & he’s been doing something a bit strange. His body will occasionally twitch (like they do in their sleep sometimes) whilst he’s awake, but not whilst his brain is occupied doing something. I thought this might be the...
  3. Cat Health and Nutrition
    Hi everyone I've been reading the forum but first time posting. My gorgeous boy hasn't been go to the toilet for a while and has been having enemas. However, he's had two in two weeks and they have really knocked him about. He comes back with dilated pupils, stumbling about, vacant and not...
  4. Dog Training and Behaviour
    Hi all, This is my first post but I am at my witts end and I can't cope anymore. We adopted our lovely senior staffy a year ago. We believe she is 13-14 but could be older. She was in the rescue for 7 years and always overlooked. She has been a healthy girl for the most part, she has arthritis...
  5. Dog Health and Nutrition
    About a year ago, my dog Brain (15.5yo Boston Terrier, mostly blind, mostly deaf) was diagnosed with canine dementia. For some time now, he’s been showing all the known symptoms of the condition. Caring for him has become increasingly more difficult. The more challenging traits he displays are...
  6. Dog Health and Nutrition
    I have a 14 year old chocolate lab who is now over 14 and seems to be having signs of dementia. She barks a lot more, particularly during the night which she never did when she was younger. We have been prescribed some pain relief for her and something to help her with the dementia but it...
  7. Dog Training and Behaviour
    Hello, my Jack Russell is 14 years old and in good health, except now totally deaf. In the past year her behaviour has totally changed, I hate to say senile, but I suppose it's that. She goes absolutely mad scratching at her bean bag bed, stares into space (altho that could be the deafness too)...
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