Christmas time is a season of joy and celebration, with homes adorned with festive decorations and the scent of delicious treats filling the air.

But as we prepare to celebrate, it’s important to remember that while the season brings happiness to us, it might also pose hidden dangers to our four-legged companions.

In this post, we’ll shed light on some common Christmas toxins that could potentially harm your furry friend and provide you with essential tips to keep your pet safe during the holiday festivities

Caring for the senior cat pet owner series – Dr. Caney (2023)


Dr. Sarah Caney joins Bova UK for a senior series to help owners spot the signs of senior cat conditions. Cats are notorious for hiding pain and discomfort. These webinars aim to help owners spot signs earlier and work with their vets to improve their beloved cats’ quality of life.

Instant access awaits! Dive into our on-demand webinars now!

Feline hyperthyroidism

Did you know Hyperthyroidism is believed to be the most prevalent feline hormonal disease, affecting 10% of cats over 9!

Our comprehensive poster covers what hyperthyroidism is, its causes, treatment options, and key symptoms. Download now to empower yourself with vital insights!

Unlock vital insights on Canine Arthritis!

Explore the complexities of arthritis, from its underlying causes to practical home care advice, in our informative poster. Discover the symptoms, treatment strategies, prevention measures, and comprehensive management approaches for your pet’s joint health.

Download the poster now to empower yourself with essential knowledge for your furry companion’s well-being!

Discover the key signs pointing to potential heart disease in your furry companions:

From heart murmurs to changes in breathing and exercise intolerance, learn the vital symptoms signalling underlying heart issues in cats and dogs. Download the poster now to recognize these crucial signs and protect your pet’s heart health.

An update on treatment of FIP using antiviral drugs in 2024: growing experience but more to learn

By Sam Taylor BVetMed(hons) CertSAM DipECVIM-CA MANZCVS FRCVS

Séverine Tasker BSc(hons) BVSc(hons) DSAM PhD DipECVIM-CA FHEA FRCVS

Danièlle Gunn-Moore BSc(hons) BVM&S PhD MANZCVS FHEA FRSB FRCVS

Emi Barker BSc(hons) BVSc(hons) PhD PGCertTLHE DipECVIM-CA MRCVS

Stephanie Sorrell BVetMed(hons) MANZCVS DipECVIM-CA MRCVS

Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP) Information for cat owners

Over the last few years great progress has been made in the treatment of feline infectious peritonitis (FIP). This previously deadly disease can now be successfully managed. However, it remains a serious condition
and this document is written to help owners understand the available medications and how they are used to treat cats with FIP.

Laminitis

  • What is laminitis?
  • How can I reduce the risk?
  • What do I do if my horse or pony has it?

Learn about laminitis.​ Discover the causes, symptoms, and how to reduce the risk. Find out how to recognize laminitis early and what steps to take if your horse or pony has it.

Get expert advice on treatment, management, and prevention. Don’t miss this valuable information to help keep your equine companion healthy and happy.

How to know your horse is the right weight?

  • Understanding the importance of maintaining the right weight for horses is crucial for their overall health and well-being. ​
  • The article provides practical information on how to assess a horse’s condition through fat scoring and offers helpful tips on how to help horses shape up if they are overweight. ​
  • The case studies of two horses demonstrate the significant impact that weight can have on a horse’s health and highlight the importance of managing weight effectively.