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Alabama Rot - what you really need to know!

Alabama Rot - what you really need to know!

Further cases of Alabama Rot disease have been reported recently in the news, so we thought we’d update everyone on the latest knowledge about this rather scary disease. What is Alabama Rot? Alabama Rot is a disease that only affects dogs. It cannot be transmitted to or from humans. Its technical name is Cutaneous and Renal Glomerular Vasculopathy (CRGV) but it got its Alabama Rot nickname after it was... read more »

Dental Awareness

Dental Awareness

“My pet is still eating so the teeth can't be that bad”.  This is a sentiment that we hear often but it couldn't be further from the truth.  In order to survive our cats and dogs must eat so they will only stop eating when they are in complete agony.  Just think how painful a single problem tooth can be in yourself and now imagine what it must be... read more »

Are you Arthritis Aware?

Are you Arthritis Aware?

January is Arthritis Awareness Month at AlphaPet! Sadly, many pets develop this painful condition without their owners noticing and end up suffering in silence, often needlessly. As yet no one has patented the elixir for eternal youth. So as the years go by many of us, including our furry friends, typically need to contend with at best reduced flexibility, but more often significant stiffness and pain in our joints. Dogs over the age of 7 years... read more »

Feeding Dogs & Cats

Feeding Dogs & Cats

I am always a little surprised when clients come into my consulting room and I mention that their pet is perhaps carrying a few extra pounds, that they immediately come back with “Oh, but he doesn’t get very much” or “Oh, but I only feed her what it says on the packet”. There seems to be something of a disconnect between what a pet looks like and what we... read more »

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