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Specialist advice on gundog health from experienced veterinarians.
In the hottest months of the year it is more important than ever to take steps to prevent dehydration and heat stroke in your gundogs. Veterinary surgeon Laura Keyser explains the risks and the treatments.
Overseeing your first litter is a tiring exercise but worth every scratch and sleepless second, as Gary Turner discovers.
Fleas, intestinal worms, lungworm and heartworm pose a significant health risk not only to our four-legged companions, but in some cases to our children too.
Our working dogs put a tremendous strain on their athletic bodies and inevitably injuries do occur. But when and where might trouble strike? Veterinary physiotherapist Sarah Guffogg uncovered some interesting details during her Masters research.
Veterinary surgeon Laura Keyser explains why smaller dogs often live longer.
Veterinary surgeon Laura Keyser looks at Alabama Rot and Weil's disease, among other common dog diseases and conditions, and advises how to prevent them, if possible.
Too fat? Too thin? It’s normal to worry about your dog’s body condition, and here Victoria Rose seeks expert advice to identify five common errors and how to avoid them in this dog feeding guide.
Veterinary Nurse Laura Hawkins identifies what happens when dogs suffer from heatstroke and how to deal with it.
Making the decision to put your dog to sleep is the most traumatic decision dog owners face. Veterinary surgeon Laura Keyser has some words of wisdom about the kindest options when it comes to putting a dog down.
Most British dog owners are familiar with the need for jabs and boosters, but here Laura Keyser explains more about the conditions we are vaccinating for.
What do we mean by gundog physio and how can it benefit your dog following an injury or as part of their regular regime? Veterinary physio Sarah Guffogg has some answers.
The continual threat posed by ticks and Lyme’s disease means constant vigilance is vital for gundog owners, as Laura Keyser explains.
With regular news of stolen gundogs making us all jittery, we asked BASC gundog expert Kate Dymock to explain a few things you can do to put your mind at ease.
Laura Hawkins talks us through how to identify arthritis in our dogs, and how this most debilitating of disorders can be prevented.
Are health tests jeopardising the future efficacy of our gundog breeds?
Gundogs are susceptible to a number of different hereditary eye conditions and, as owners, we should be aware of them.
Insurance is always about attitude to risk, but you must be aware your working dogs can get hurt, and putting them right might cost more than you think.
While most gundog owners can treat minor issues, some will require veterinary advice and attention. In this first of two articles, veterinary surgeon Laura Keyser shines a light on some common gundog injuries and how to deal with them.
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