Category Archives: Veterinary hospital

Keeping your dog safe from rat bait

Rats and mice are a nuisance when they pop up uninvited and many people use rodenticide in the form of “rat bait” in an effort to control them within their homes. Although this may be effective, rat bait can cause significant problems if accidentally eaten by the household pet. The most common active ingredient in…
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Dementia in dogs

Dogs, like people are living much longer nowadays thanks to advanced healthcare but, as our faithful companions age, they may experience similar cognitive (brain) changes seen in people. A common condition that alters the cognition in senior dogs is called Canine Cognitive Dysfunction Syndrome (CCDS), a condition similar to dementia in people. Dogs with dementia…
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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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