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White Cross Vets pet advice pages give detailed information on pet care and pet health for responsible pet owners.

Scroll down to the section that relates to your pet.

We will soon be adding advice videos on topics such as ‘how to give your cat a tablet’ and ‘how to brush your dog’s teeth’. Check back soon for details.

If your pet isn’t covered here or you have any queries or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact us or book an appointment at your local White Cross Vets practice.

Dog

Watch Vanessa explain ways that you can take the fear out of a trip to the vets.

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The main goal of chemotherapy use in veterinary patients is different than it is in human patients. Our primary goal in using these drugs is to provide the pet with a good quality of life for as long as possible.

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Pets age much faster than humans. Dogs and cats age approximately 7 years to our one year.

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Regular worming for cats and dogs is vital to maintain both their health and yours. Worms can pass from pets to humans very easily and can make you both very ill.

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Pet insurance provides financial peace of mind so you don’t have to face unexpected bills should your pet fall ill.

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With correct planning and care, your puppy will give you and your family many years of pleasure and enjoyment.

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Unfortunately, in every household, there are foods and substances which could cause your dog serious harm if swallowed.

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If your pet has gone missing, there are a number of things you can do immediately to help find them.

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Dental disease is very common in cats and dogs. Surveys show that after the age of three years, about seven out of ten pets have some kind of tooth disorders.

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All pets are affected at some stage in their life and many will be re-infected unless they are given regular routine treatment.

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If your dog has eaten chocolate, the first thing to do is – not panic! It’s probably not as bad as you think.

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Watch Vanessa explain ways that you can take the fear out of a trip to the vets.

The main goal of chemotherapy use in veterinary patients is different than it is in human patients. Our primary goal in using these drugs is to provide the pet ...

Pets age much faster than humans. Dogs and cats age approximately 7 years to our one year.

Regular worming for cats and dogs is vital to maintain both their health and yours. Worms can pass from pets to humans very easily and can make you both very il...

Pet insurance provides financial peace of mind so you don’t have to face unexpected bills should your pet fall ill.

With correct planning and care, your puppy will give you and your family many years of pleasure and enjoyment.

Unfortunately, in every household, there are foods and substances which could cause your dog serious harm if swallowed.

If your pet has gone missing, there are a number of things you can do immediately to help find them.

Dental disease is very common in cats and dogs. Surveys show that after the age of three years, about seven out of ten pets have some kind of tooth disorders.

All pets are affected at some stage in their life and many will be re-infected unless they are given regular routine treatment.

If your dog has eaten chocolate, the first thing to do is – not panic! It’s probably not as bad as you think.

Cat

The main goal of chemotherapy use in veterinary patients is different than it is in human patients. Our primary goal in using these drugs is to provide the pet ...

Pets age much faster than humans. Dogs and cats age approximately 7 years to our one year.

Regular worming for cats and dogs is vital to maintain both their health and yours. Worms can pass from pets to humans very easily and can make you both very il...

Watch Vanessa explain ways that you can take the fear out of a trip to the vets.

Pet insurance provides financial peace of mind so you don’t have to face unexpected bills should your pet fall ill.

The following new kitten advice will help you to give your new kitty the best start in its new home with you.

If your pet has gone missing, there are a number of things you can do immediately to help find them.

Dental disease is very common in cats and dogs. Surveys show that after the age of three years, about seven out of ten pets have some kind of tooth disorders.

All pets are affected at some stage in their life and many will be re-infected unless they are given regular routine treatment.

The main goal of chemotherapy use in veterinary patients is different than it is in human patients. Our primary goal in using these drugs is to provide the pet with a good quality of life for as long as possible.

Read more >

Pets age much faster than humans. Dogs and cats age approximately 7 years to our one year.

Read more >

Regular worming for cats and dogs is vital to maintain both their health and yours. Worms can pass from pets to humans very easily and can make you both very ill.

Read more >

Watch Vanessa explain ways that you can take the fear out of a trip to the vets.

Read more >

Pet insurance provides financial peace of mind so you don’t have to face unexpected bills should your pet fall ill.

Read more >

The following new kitten advice will help you to give your new kitty the best start in its new home with you.

Read more >

If your pet has gone missing, there are a number of things you can do immediately to help find them.

Read more >

Dental disease is very common in cats and dogs. Surveys show that after the age of three years, about seven out of ten pets have some kind of tooth disorders.

Read more >

All pets are affected at some stage in their life and many will be re-infected unless they are given regular routine treatment.

Read more >

Rabbit

Pet insurance provides financial peace of mind so you don’t have to face unexpected bills should your pet fall ill.

Rabbits make very playful, entertaining, rewarding pets. Here are a few things which will help you keep your bunny happy and healthy.

Pet insurance provides financial peace of mind so you don’t have to face unexpected bills should your pet fall ill.

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Rabbits make very playful, entertaining, rewarding pets. Here are a few things which will help you keep your bunny happy and healthy.

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Fir Park, Queensbury Way, Widnes WA8 9BD

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White Cross Vets, Birmingham – Kings Heath

283 Alcester Road South, Kings Heath, Birmingham, B14 6EB

White Cross Vets, Bradford – Eccleshill

266 Harrogate Road, Eccleshill, Bradford BD2 3RH

White Cross Vets, Derby – Alvaston

1238 London Road, Alvaston, Derby, DE24 8QP

White Cross Vets, Dudley – Tividale

194 Regent Road, Tividale, Oldbury, B69 1SB

White Cross Vets, Leeds – Guiseley

8 Bradford Road, Guiseley, Leeds LS20 8NH

White Cross Vets, Leeds – Roundhay

31 Street Lane, Roundhay, Leeds LS8 1BW

White Cross Vets, Liverpool – Gateacre

33 Gateacre Park Drive, Gateacre, Liverpool L25 1PD

White Cross Vets, Liverpool – West Derby

200-202 Muirhead Avenue, West Derby, Liverpool, L13 0BA

White Cross Vets, Manchester – Walkden

Mayfield Avenue, Walkden, Worsley, Manchester M28 3JF

White Cross Vets, Middlesbrough – Coulby Newham

White Cross Vets, The Parkway Centre, Coulby Newham, Middlesbrough TS8 0TJ

White Cross Vets, Northampton

The Boulevard, Weston Favell Shopping Centre, Northampton, NN3 8JP

White Cross Vets, Redcar

Unit 3 West Dyke Road Retail Park, Redcar TS10 2AA

White Cross Vets, St Helens

2-3 Millfields Court, Millfield Road, Eccleston, St Helens WA10 5RG

White Cross Vets, Walsall – Bloxwich

110 Leamore Lane, Bloxwich, Walsall WS2 7BU

White Cross Vets, Widnes

Fir Park, Queensbury Way, Widnes WA8 9BD

White Cross Vets, Wolstanton

High Street, Wolstanton, Newcastle-under-Lyme ST5 0EW

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333A Penn Road, Wolverhampton WV4 5QF