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Managing your anxious dog

Just like humans, dogs can suffer from anxiety too. One of our patients this week was a dog who went missing 18 months ago after a particularly bad thunderstorm and luckily was  recently returned home. In situations when your dog may be scared or anxious such as thunderstorms or fireworks, it is important to keep…
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Something ‘in the air’

Meet the handsome Dexter, a 3-year-old German Shepherd who came into Uni Vets Camden to visit Dr Tina Baxter about his itchy skin. Dexter has suffered from allergic skin disease for most of his life.  Like many dogs, the cause of his allergy was thought to be something ‘in the air’; similar to hay fever…
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Osteoarthritis

Does your pet have trouble getting up in the morning? Are they not walking with the same pep in their step? Then they could have osteoarthritis just like our friend Misty here! Luckily, at Uni Vets Camden, we have plenty of advice for dog owners who would like to make their furry companions more comfortable…
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Blood glucose monitoring

Boris presented to Uni Vets Camden for blood glucose monitoring which is an important part to help manage his diabetes. Diabetes mellitus is a condition where the pancreas does not make enough insulin to allow glucose to exit the bloodstream and be used by the body. Dogs with diabetes can show clinical signs such as…
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