Guest blog by Dr Julia Mewes MRCVS, Director for The Mewes Vets explains what your first actions should be in an emergency.
Elderly people form wonderful life-long bonds with their companion animals
If you are thinking about bringing a feline animal companion into the family, you need to make your home kitty-friendly.
As our older feline companion animal friends age you may start seeing changes to their behaviour, as they too can develop dementia and start to show signs of decreased cognitive function like disorientation.
Even though dogs can get arthritis at any age especially if they’ve had an injury or problems with their bone development, it’s very common in older animals.
For dog guardians walks can sometimes be a challenge, especially when the weather has been raining and the ground becomes soggy
Many animals can suffer during extreme weather conditions so we must do all we can to keep them safe and protected
Taking good care of our feline friends as they age.