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Companion Animal: Did you know?

Pets show varied stress reactions to firework noise – they can withdraw into themselves and hide, soil in the house, and sometimes become destructive or even harm themselves whilst trying to escape from the noise.

> Learn more at zylkene.co.uk




Diabetes is more commonly seen in neutered male cats than in female cats.

> Learn more at pet-diabetes.com

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Caring for your Rabbits

Rabbits make friendly, intelligent pets, but like all pets they require proper healthcare and attention.
Myxomatosis and Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease (RHD) are two serious (but preventable) infectious diseases of rabbits. Click the links below to view our support materials and find the answers to some common questions about both of these diseases and guidance on how you can care for and protect your pet.

Caring for your Rabbits

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Why should they have to beg?

Don't wait. Vaccinate.
Adult pets need vaccines too. Speak with your vet for details.

Get Pet Care Information Online

Give your pet its best chance at a long and healthy life.
Visit your veterinarian’s MyVetOnline® website for valuable pet care and safety information.

You‘ll also find on your veterinarian's website:

• Feline Medical Advice and Canine Medical Advice
• Videos on how to medicate your pet
• Newsletters
• Clinic Forms
• Pet Photo Gallery
• Kids’ Section

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Ruminant: Did you know?

Infection with BVD virus within the first 120 days of pregnancy may result in persistent infection of the foetus.

> Learn more at www.animalhealthireland.ie




Vaccination and appropriate biosecurity measures can eradicate Eradication of Infectious Bovine Rhinotracheitis (IBR) in a herd.

> Learn more at www.ibr-marker.com




Bovilis vaccines are part of a complete health management system for cattle, support services, continuing education and knowledge.

> Learn more at www.bovilis.com

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Equine: Did you Know?

Strangles is a respiratory infection of horses, donkeys and ponies caused by Streptococcus equi. It is a highly contagious disease and the most common bacterial infection of horses.

> Learn more at equine-strangles.co.uk

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Canine Cough, there’s no hiding from it.

The myth that Ireland's most widespread infectious disease in dogs can only be contracted during kennelling, is in fact just that, a myth. In actual fact grooming parlours, housing estates, parks and even vets’ waiting rooms represent even more of a risk; as this is where dogs come in contact with one another on a regular basis.
The harsh, hacking cough experienced by infected dogs, is distressing both for the owner as well as the dog. Ask your vet for detail on vaccination against Canine Cough.

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