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Starter Pack for Puppies and Kittens – £70. Our starter packs give your puppy or kitten the best start in life. Our pack will ensure that your pet is vaccinated against common and serious infectious diseases, provided with preventative treatments for parasites and will be microchipped and registered with your details, in case they ever go missing.

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Pet Dental Health Care Free Consultations Animal Trust

Pet Dental Treatment. If a vet or nurse recommends that your pet would benefit from dental treatment, your pet may need to be admitted to the surgery for a ‘dental’. Pets are admitted to the day patient ward in the morning and are looked after by our vets and nurses.

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Neutering Free Consultations Animal Trust

As part of our preventative treatment offering, we provide both neutering and spay services for cats, dogs and small mammals, including Rabbits. This kind of procedure prevents unwanted pregnancies, which can reduce the number of potentially stray or unwanted animals, in addition to reducing hormone-related behaviours you may find particularly

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Kidney Disease in Cats Symptoms & Treatment Animal …

Treatment for kidney disease in cats. Acute renal failure in cats (ARF) is potentially reversible if diagnosed early and treated aggressively. A cat with ARF will require admission into the veterinary hospital for intravenous fluid support to correct …

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Dermatitis in Dogs Symptoms and Treatment Animal …

Treatment of dermatitis in dogs There are various ways to treat dermatitis in dogs and care for your pet depending on the severity of their condition. Parasitic dermatitis: Regular use of a prescription flea, tick and mite treatment will eliminate the majority of these problems. Unfortunately, many fleas are now resistant to supermarket

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Cushings Disease in Dogs Symptoms and Treatment …

For this reason, dogs who receive trilostane therapy require regular blood tests to assess their response to the treatment. In rare cases, surgery may be required if a dog has an adrenal tumour. This kind of surgery is complex and comes with significant risks, and it is only very occasionally considered as the correct treatment for a dog.

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Cat Abscesses Symptoms, Treatment and Advice …

Treatment for an abscess depends on the severity, size, and location of the infection and whether your cat is unwell. We do not recommend trying to pop or lance an abscess at home as this could hurt or even injure your cat, especially if the abscess is close to nerves, blood vessels, joints, or …

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Lumps on Dogs Causes and treatments Animal Trust

Sometimes the cause of the swelling may be an abscess, cyst, seroma (fluid-filled swelling sometimes seen after a knock or after surgery), an area of inflammation or callus (thickened skin due to rubbing) etc. An examination will usually be able to determine if this is the case and then appropriate treatment can be provided. Generally, it is

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Free Vet Consultations Animal Trust Not for Profit Vets

Some owners cannot afford any treatment, because they have spent all their money on seeing the vet. At Animal Trust we think that all pets should get early professional advice when sick or injured, that pets should have all the re-checks they need and vets should be helping clients to access the right treatment for their pets.

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Ear Infections in Cats Symptoms & Treatment Animal …

Signs to look out for that might indicate an ear infection include: Shaking of the head. Scratching or rubbing at ears. Having red, hot, or swollen ears. Waxy ears. Having discharge or smell from the ears. Aural haematoma (swelling of the ear flap) A middle or inner ear infection can lead to: A head tilt to one side.

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Cat Urinary Tract Infections Symptoms & Treatment

Treatment for a urinary infection in cats Treatment for a urinary infection in cats is dependent on the cause of the infection. If the cause is believed to be a combination of factors, a combination of treatments may be used. Many of these will be longer-term management options to prevent a recurrence, rather than a short term fix. Pain relief.

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Papillomas in Dogs Causes and Treatments Animal Trust

The most common type is the oral papilloma virus, caused by CPV-1. As implied in its name, oral papillomas affect the area around a dog’s mouth, including its lips and skin around its muzzle. The virus takes root in injured skin or a lesion to establish infection. Multiple papillomas are generally seen in young dogs and puppies, as the dog

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How to Care for your Dog after Surgery Animal Trust

Recovery from a spay or neuter can be quicker than if your dog has received orthopaedic treatment. Generally speaking, you should keep them rested for a few days after surgery, making sure they don’t make any extended movements like jumping onto a sofa, up the stairs, into the car, or onto the bed (if they’re allowed!).

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Addison's Disease in Dogs Symptoms & Treatment Animal

Treatment for Addison’s disease. Initially, when a dog is diagnosed with Addison’s disease they will require hospitalisation to correct dehydration and salt imbalances by fluid therapy and intravenous medication. Once stabilised, your dog will require lifelong treatment with hormone replacement medication. Zycortal Injections.

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Best Flea and Worm Treatments for Cats & Dogs Animal Trust

Flea and worm spot-on treatments. A combined flea and worm treatment can be applied monthly for robust protection. It works by targeting the internal and external treatment of fleas by being applied directly onto the cat or dog’s skin, in an area not easily accessible by grooming.

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Urinary Tract Infections in Dogs Signs & Treatment

Treatment of a dog urinary infection Once the cause has been determined, treatment for a urinary infection in dogs may include: Antibiotics. Where a bacterial cause of cystitis has been diagnosed. Symptoms will usually improve after a couple of days of the dog having antibiotics.

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Emergency Vets 24 Hour Expert Care Animal Trust

It also has an in-house laboratory to provide a quick diagnosis and best course of treatment for your pet. Emergency Vets in Bolton 24/7. Animal Trust Bolton 24/7 offers 24/7 care. Call our Bolton 24/7 surgery to let them know you are on your way on 01204 527 474. Get Directions.

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Pyometra in Dogs Symptoms and Treatment Animal Trust

Medical treatment is usually used only in patients where surgery is not advisable, such as when a patient is too unwell to undergo an anaesthetic. However, surgery is considered a more successful treatment which also removes the chance of pyometra reoccurring. Animal Trust performs hundreds of life-saving treatments for pyometra every year.

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Dental Disease in Dogs Symtpoms and Treament Animal Trust

Dental disease in dogs can be broken up into four stages; Stage 1: Gingivitis is categorised as inflammation of the gums and is in response to the presence of bacteria and tartar. There may also be swelling of the gums at this stage. Stage 2: Early periodontitis — there is a small amount of ligament and bone loss, visible on X-rays of the

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Cat Asthma Symptoms, Attacks & Treatments Animal Trust

There are two forms of treatment for a cat with asthma. Corticosteroids are the main treatment, which works to reduce inflammation in the lungs. Bronchodilators may be used in addition to corticosteroids to dilate the airways, making it easier for the cat to breathe. Both medications can be given in an injectable, tablet, or an inhaled form.

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Diabetes in Dogs Signs, Symptoms and Treatment Animal

Once diabetes is properly regulated, the dog’s prognosis is good, as long as treatment and monitoring are consistent. Most dogs with well-controlled diabetes live a good quality of life with few symptoms. However, diabetes can be complicated, underlying diseases are common and sadly some dogs do not respond well to treatment.

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Arthritis in Dogs Symptoms and Treatment Animal Trust

Responding to treatment. It is important to remember that not all dogs respond equally to every treatment. It may be that your dog doesn’t respond well to the first treatment, but does very well with the second or third, so don’t be discouraged if you don’t see an immediate improvement.

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Pet Allergy Testing For Cats & Dogs Animal Trust

Pets often need to stay on medication during this time to control any symptoms of their allergy. Many pets (approximately 70%) respond favourably to treatment. Immunotherapy costs in the region of £150-180 per vial, depending on the number of allergens included in the treatment. A vial will typically last for around 6 months.

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Cruciate Disease in Dogs Symptoms and Treatment Animal

Treatment for cruciate disease If the vet suspects your dog has cruciate disease, they will want to examine the dog’s joint, either conscious or under sedation for stability. The vet may also perform imaging such as an X-ray to help confirm your pet’s diagnosis and to fully understand the pathology in the knee.

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Hernias in Dogs Types and Treatments Animal Trust

Treatment is usually medical, including acid-blocking and stomach-emptying medications. In severe cases, surgery to reduce the size of the hole in the diaphragm and stitch the stomach into a normal position may be required. Hernias in a dog after spay

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Cherry Eye in Dogs Symptoms and Treatment Animal Trust

The most common method of surgical treatment for cherry eye in dogs is the ‘mucosal pocket technique’. This procedure is carried out under general anaesthetic and involves creating a small pocket in the soft tissue at the back of the third eyelid, placing the gland into this pocket, and then stitching the pocket closed with dissolvable

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Cleft Palate in Dogs & Puppies Advice & Treatment

Treatment for cleft palate in puppies. Treatment depends on the severity of the condition, the age at which the diagnosis is made, and whether there are complicating factors, such as aspiration pneumonia. Small primary clefts of the lip and nostril of the dog are unlikely to cause clinical problems.

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Pet First Aid Advice Expert Vet Advice Animal Trust

Pet first aid is the initial treatment following an injury or accident that is used to help minimise any long-lasting damage to your cat or dog. Knowing basic animal first aid can help you to remain calm and in control during an animal emergency, and can help to limit the damage and risk to your pet while you seek professional help from your

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Veterinary Inpatient Care Pet Recovery Animal Trust

An inpatient is a pet that requires treatment or tests which cannot be provided through prescribing medication at home or by admission to the surgery for a day procedure. At Animal Trust we are able to offer a high standard of around the clock, quality inpatient veterinary care to pets; our Bolton, Dewsbury and Ellesmere Port surgeries are open

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Mast Cell Tumours in Dogs Symptoms & Treatment Animal

The treatment for MCT is ideally surgical removal. Depending on the location and nature of the MCT, complete surgical removal with appropriate margins (removal of a border of healthy tissue and normal cells around the tumour) can often result in …

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Patella Luxation in Dogs Symptoms and Surgery Animal Trust

Recovery from treatment. Total recovery time from patella luxation is normally 8 – 10 weeks. Following the surgery, your dog may be non-weight bearing on the leg for several days. Swelling and bruising are common and so anti-inflammatories and pain relief are dispensed.

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Kennel Cough in Dogs Symptoms and Treatment Animal Trust

In the majority of cases, no treatment beyond anti-inflammatories is required and in most cases, the infection will resolve in a week or two. However, in some cases, particularly if animals are very young, very old or have a suppressed immune system, they may require antibiotics, although this is the exception.

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Skin Tags on Dogs Causes and Treatment Animal Trust

Treatment for dog skin tags We would never advise removing skin tags at home – this may result in pain to your pet, risk of bleeding, as well as a risk of infection. There could also be problems if the growth is actually something other than a skin tag.

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Hyperthyroidism in Cats Symptoms and Treatments Animal

Treatment failures of hyperthyroidism in cats. More than 9 in 10 cats respond well to recommended treatment, although it won’t always work well for everyone. If medication isn’t working for your cat, it may just mean trying the alternative tablet.

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What to do if your Dog is Vomiting Care & Advice

Diagnosis and treatment of vomiting in dogs. When you take your dog to the vet, they will ask questions to understand the history of your dog’s symptoms. This will include; how long has your dog been vomiting for, have they shown any other symptoms, for example, has your dog vomited blood, bile, or shown any signs of foaming at the mouth and

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Total Hip Replacement Services Dog & Cat Animal Trust

Total hip replacement is an orthopaedic treatment that is commonly used to treat cats and dogs with severe and long term pain in the hip joints. If your pet hasn’t seen improvement after rehabilitation, physiotherapy or other pain relief techniques, your …

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Diabetes in Cats Causes, Symptoms & Treatments Animal

Your vet team will monitor your cat’s blood glucose – ideally over a 24-hour period – to assess the response to insulin and gauge minimum and maximum glucose levels. This is the most accurate method for measuring how a diabetic cat is responding to treatment and decide any further alterations that may be required.

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When to Visit an Emergency Vet Animal Trust

Once the vet has carried a full assessment, the treatment may be given there and then, you may be sent home with medications, or your pet may need to be admitted for further investigations and treatment. Emergency veterinary services normally operate on a triage basis.

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Corneal Ulcers in Dogs Causes and Symptoms Animal Trust

Corneal Ulcer Treatment for Dogs Medication is required to prevent bacterial infections from developing whilst the ulcer heals. Antibiotic eye drops are usually given 4 times a day. Lubricating eye drops may also be used to soothe the eye and keep it …

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Pet Veterinary Blood Tests Animal Trust Not for Profit Vets

Pet blood tests are also often used after a diagnosis has been made to check how effective treatment is and whether the medication is the correct dose for the dog or cat. We sometimes also recommend performing a blood test prior to any major procedures such as surgery to ensure that it is safe to proceed with the surgery.

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Bladder Stones in Dogs Causes and Symptoms Animal Trust

The symptoms of bladders stones or crystals causes abrasions within it, which can lead to a degree of bleeding and inflammation followed by pain and discomfort. This can be present in some or all the following symptoms: Increased drinking and urination. Presence of blood/red discolouration in the urine.

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Pet Endoscopy Cat and Dog Endoscopy Animal Trust

An endoscopy is a minimally invasive procedure used with dogs and cats to help diagnose gastrointestinal conditions, abnormal cells, tumours and some forms of cancer, including lymphoma. It provides little risk to the patient and is a less invasive and costly treatment when compared to surgical options. The endoscopy procedure is performed

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Pet Tooth Extraction Dog and Cat Dentistry Animal Trust

What is a pet dental extraction? A dental extraction is where a dog or cat’s tooth is removed from their mouth. Dental extractions involve removing both the crown (the part of the tooth we can see) and the roots (the part beneath the gum).

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Hip Dysplasia in Dogs Signs and Symptoms Animal Trust

Non-surgical Treatment for Hip Dysplasia. In most cases, an important aspect in the management of hip dysplasia in dogs is weight control. By maintaining a healthy weight and slim body condition the dog will experience less strain on the affected joints and in some cases no other treatment will be required.

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Brachycephalic Obstructive Airway Syndrome BOAS Animal

What are the treatment options for BOAS? This is often dependant on the severity of the condition. In mild cases, conservative management may be effective. Examples include: Weight loss. Carrying excess weight drastically worsens the symptoms of BOAS and leads to a greater risk of complications.

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Gum Disease in Cats Gingivitis & Periodontitis Animal

Although this is classed as dental treatment, it is also part of the diagnostic process as it is important to rule out dental disease as a cause of the gingivitis. The mouth can also be thoroughly assessed for the presence of any ulcers or growths, and possibly take X-rays to look at the tooth roots and jaw bone in more detail. If anything

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