13th July 2023

Dental Care for Cavaliers

Brachycephalic breeds, characterised by their short skulls, such as Cavaliers, Pugs, Shih Tzus, and Bulldogs, all fall under this category. But beneath their unique aesthetics lies […]
22nd April 2023

Why are pre-anaesthetic blood tests so important for Cavaliers?

Before your Cavalier undergoes any anaesthesia, your veterinarian will discuss pre-anaesthetic blood tests with you. This is crucial to help you understand the potential risks and […]
25th March 2023

Masticatory muscle myositis (MMM) in Cavaliers

Masticatory muscle myositis (MMM) is an inflammatory condition that affects the muscles of mastication (chewing) in dogs. MMM is caused by an immune-mediated process where the […]
25th March 2023

Dry Eye in Cavaliers

Dry eye is a painful condition that occurs when a dog cannot generate an adequate amount of tears. This typically impacts both eyes, leading them to […]
25th March 2023

Why you should never withhold water from dogs

It is never recommended to withhold water from dogs, as they always need access to clean, fresh water to stay hydrated and healthy. Never withhold water […]
30th December 2022
Tricolour Cavalier looking poorly

Free and low cost veterinary care support for owners

The current UK cost of living crisis is causing a particularly significant impact on low-income individuals and families, who may struggle to afford basic necessities and […]
16th December 2022
Blenheim Cavalier King Charles Spaniel laying on a bed

Chronic pancreatitis in Cavalier King Charles Spaniels

Cavalier King Charles spaniels are known to be predisposed to chronic pancreatitis. This means they are more likely to develop the condition compared to other breeds. […]
13th December 2022
Rupert ruby Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

Rupert’s recovery since his protein losing enteropathy (PLE) crisis

As many of you will know, Rupert was extremely poorly at the end of October and was admitted to a veterinary hospital with protein losing enteropathy. […]
13th December 2022
Cavaliers at Christmas

Adopting a Cavalier around the Christmas period

It’s important to remember that adopting a Cavalier is a serious responsibility and should not be done on a whim, especially during the holiday season. Many […]