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Our December advice has everything you need to know to get your pet through the festive season, from Christmas time toxins to cold weather care. Also, if your new year’s resolution is to get on top of your pet’s care plan, learn the difference between insurance and the Medivet Healthcare Plan.

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Christmas care guide

Christmas is a great time to be with friends, family and pets. Amid the festivities, don’t forget that some traditions can cause issues for your pet, including toxic treats and a stressful household.

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Reasons to visit your vet

Most owners know to visit their vet when their pet is ill or injured, but did you know regular appointments throughout the year can be just as beneficial for healthy pets?

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Cold weather care for rabbits

The winter season brings new challenges for pet owners. From cold weather sniffles to keeping them warm and dry, make sure you’re aware of how the winter months can affect your rabbit.

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Cold weather care for cats

The winter season brings new challenges for pet owners. From cold weather sniffles to signs of an underlying issue, make sure you’re aware of how the winter months can affect your cat.

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Cold weather care for dogs

The winter season brings new challenges for pet owners. From cold weather sniffles to signs of an underlying issue, make sure you’re aware of how the winter months can affect your dog.

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Arthritis in dogs

Arthritis can affect dogs at any age, but it usually occurs as they get older. Learn how to spot the signs and adapt your care.

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Arthritis in cats

Arthritis can affect cats at any age, but it usually occurs as they get older. Learn how to spot the signs and adapt your care.

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Get your cat’s dental health off to the right start

Dental disease affects up to 80% of cats by the age of two and can have serious consequences, so it’s never too early to start your pet’s dental routine.