Global guidelines on pet dental care are helpful
I saw two pets with severe dental disease today.
I saw two pets with severe dental disease today.
It is a remarkable story, the tale of how a group of friends united in religious faith came together almost 40 years ago under the leadership of a charismatic individual.
Shanganagh Park is a wonderful place, providing lavish and accessible green space for the intensively populated urban area in which it is located. Neatly mown grass, semi-wild woodland with the last of the year's bluebells, paths for the dog walker and level ground for endless playing pitches - the park has them all.
Pete Wedderburn - Animal Doctor Aslan, a Maine Coon cat, is the latest addition to our menagerie. He's a large, handsome ginger cat, aged around eight months now, and he's already bigger than a normal house cat. While he is the...
Jim Hurley - Nature Trail Large numbers of dead crayfish were reported earlier this month in the River Suir along the stretch from downstream of Clonmel to Carrick-on-Suir. DNA analysis has now confirmed that the cause of death was crayfish plague.
Andrew Collyer - Practical Gardening It's natural at this time of year when there is so much flower colour available that we should crave it so and want to have our gardens full of it. It may be counter intuitive but I feel foliage in the spring and summer gardens is just as important as flowers.
Calodagh McCumiskey - Wellbeing and Meditation It is easy to stay positive when things are going well. But it is more difficult to stay positive when things are against you. Life for most of us is like the Irish weather. Some days are sunny. Some days are stormy. We can even have all four seasons in the one day. It is easy to stay motivated in the good times. But if we lose it in the...
Clair Whitty - Naturally Healthy For many women having a baby is one of the most exciting and precious times in their lives. You would expect to feel fantastic, over the moon, and in love with your new arrival. But what if you don't feel like this?
Chris Hayes - Game Review While Endless Space 2 doesn't stray very far from the tried-and-tested 4X (explore, expand, exploit, exterminate) template - one that has felt formulaic since the late 90's - it does break the mould somewhat with an abnormal focus on storytelling that includes loads of interesting quests as well as some of the most incredible graphics...
The third and fourth voyages of the Pirates Of the Caribbean saga, At World's End and On Stranger Tides, sprung leaks in their ramshackle screenplays and capsized under the weight of feverish expectation.
Justine O'Mahony It's a small world. In fact it's such a small world that you can't even go to hospital these days without bumping into half the bloody country or to be more precise, half you or your husband's exes! And I wouldn't mind but I don't even have that many exes.
Mary Fogarty Hundreds of past and present members and leaders of the Girls Friendly Society converged on Christ Church Bray last Sunday to celebrate the 140th anniversary of the organisation in Ireland.
Pete Wedderburn - Animal Doctor A reader wrote to me recently with a question: she's used to finding cat fur around her home from time to time (it's part of the normal moulting process in a cat) but she had recently found a couple of entire whiskers. She wanted to know if it was normal for her cat to lose whiskers, or was there something wrong with her pet?
Jim Hurley - Nature Trail The Coypu was in the news last week. Rated an invasive alien species, the appearance of the large South American rodent in Ireland is unwelcome and anyone with any knowledge of its...
Andrew Collyer - Practical Gardening I have always felt there is a great affinity between gardening and cooking. Both involve nurturing to some extent, we cook to feed and nurture our families and we may also nurture our fruit and vegetables to provide the food for our families.
Clair Whitty - Naturally Healthy It's time to talk about your prostate. If you're getting up several times to pee during the night you could have an enlarged prostate gland. This is normally treatable and a visit to your doctor will help put your mind at ease. Enlarged prostate affects 50% of men over 50. Many men dismiss symptoms, putting them down to getting older.
Calodagh McCumiskey - Wellbeing & Meditation Pets have a very powerful part to play in our wellbeing. They are great companions and always bring us into the moment.
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