Stress-free travelling with your cat Travelling with your cat can be a stressful experience for both your cat and yourself. Here are a few helpful tips to make the journey a much more pleasant experience. If your cat is very young it is worthwhile to getting them used to the
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With Christmas festivities and New Year’s celebrations well underway, Charter's brilliant vet Becky Ralphs gives us an insight into what we can do to make sure that our pets enjoy this festive period as much as we do.
This handsome chap is called Sebastian! He was diagnosed with diabetes and his owner Janet shares her experiences of dealing with a feisty diabetic cat in this blog post.
A few days after Millie, an 8 year old Retriever / Poodle cross, urinated on her owner's sofa, (something she had never done before even as a puppy) they received the news that Millie had type one diabetes. Initially they found the news both frightening and overwhelming. Read on to hear how they dealt with Millie and her condition...
Throughout this autumn we are taking a look at conditions affecting the endocrine (hormone) system in cats and dogs. In this blog post, our vet Lydia offers an insight into Diabetes, common symptoms and what to do if you suspect your pet may be diabetic.
Ruth is the owner of this beautiful twelve-year-old Bearded Collie Saffie. Below, she walks us through what it's like living with a dog with this condition, the treatment plan we formulated for her at Charter, and how she is doing in the long term.