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Veterinary Advice for Dogs, Cats & Rabbits

Veterinary advice online at Vets Direct. VetsDirect is a website developed to provide general information about pet health issues and covers rabbits, puppies and dogs; and kittens and cats.

The Vets Direct website aims to provide useful information to help pet owners understand more about some of the more common health conditions, diseases, infections and illnesses that can affect the health of their pet.

Puppy & Dog Health

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Understanding more about the various health conditions and disorders that can affect your dog or puppy is an essential way of keeping it fit and healthy and to maintaining its good health and wellbeing.

Our section covering dog and puppy health reviews a range of canine health related topics and provides useful information to help dog owners understand more about some of the more common conditions and illnesses that can affect the health of their dog or puppy .... puppy and dog health >>

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Kitten & Cat Health

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Our section on cat and kitten health covers a range of feline health related topics and provides useful information to help cat owners better understand many of the common health problems, conditions and illnesses that can affect the health of their cats and kittens. Some of the subjects covered include “respiratory conditions”, “skin conditions”, “kitten health”, “movement and agility problems”, “conditions affecting older cats” and lots more .... kitten and cat health >>

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Rabbits & Rabbit Health

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Our section covering rabbit health provides useful information to help rabbit owners better understand many of the common disorders, diseases and illnesses that can affect the health of their kittens (baby rabbits) and adult rabbits. Some of the subjects covered include "general health”, “digestive system conditions”, "dental health", “parasites”, “viral conditions” and more .... kitten and rabbit health >>

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Emergency First Aid for Pets

emergency-first-aid-home-imageEvery responsible pet owner should be familiar with the basics of emergency first aid and know how to apply them quickly and effectively.

Accidents can happen anywhere, at anytime, and being able to apply basic first aid procedures following a serious accident can often mean the difference between life and death .... emergency first aid for pets >>

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Ask Pet Health Questions

pet-questions-home-image If you are unable to find the answers to your pet health questions on our website please don’t worry. VetsDirect have partnered with the veterinary specialists and pet experts at JustAnswer to bring you real time assistance. Their website is one of the largest websites where people can get answers from vets, veterinary nurses and thousands of other experts on an extensive range of dog, cat and other animal related health issues. To ask your pet health question …. pet health questions >>

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Getting Started

To get started and begin accessing the detailed content of our website is easy. You will first need to create your own Vets Direct account, but please don’t worry it’s free. Once you’ve registered and logged in to your account you can then begin to review information covering many of the common conditions and illnesses that can affect the health of your pet .... register with Vets Direct >>

Please always remember that the content of our website is provided for general information purposes only, and is in no way intended to replace the professional care, advice, diagnosis or treatment of your own veterinary surgeon. You should always consult your own vet if you are in anyway concerned about your pets health.