Find the latest pet health advice to help keep your pet happy and healthy!
Find the latest pet advice
How To Protect Cats From Fleas
Is your cat scratching more frequently? Flea bites usually cause your pet to scratch and can lead to discomfort. Find out more about fleas and your cat.
Cat Ticks Advice & Care
Is your cat itching more frequently? Regular coat cleaning means cats are much less likely to pick up ticks than dogs. Find out more with Vets4Pets.
Cat Toxoplasmosis Advice & Care
Find out all you need to know about Toxoplasma in your cat. From symptoms to treatment, we have all the information you need with our expert guide.
Toxocara (Roundworms) And Your Cat
What are the causes for Roundworms in cats? How do you prevent and treat Roundworms for your cat? Read professional advice form our qualified vets today.
Lice And Your Cat
Lice live on the skin of your cat, and feed on the skin itself. Lice can be uncomfortable for your cat, and can make them itchy and sore in large numbers.
Giardia Advice & Care
Giardia is a microscopic, single-celled parasite that lives in the small intestines of cats. For more information on this parasite, read our helpful guide now.
Tritrichmonas And Your Cat
Tritrichomonas is a microscopic parasite which lives in the large intestines of cats, where it causes diarrhoea. Find out more.
Heartworms And Your Cat
Find out all the information you may need about heartworms and how they might affect your cat - including prevention and treatment.
Cat Mite Advice & Care
All you need to know about mites and your cat. Find out everything that you need to know about care for mites with expert pet advice from Vets4Pets.
Lungworm And Your Cat
Cat and dog lungworm are not the same parasite and cat lungworm is not as severe. Lungworm in cats is rare in the UK but the numbers of cases are rising.
Tapeworms And Your Cat
Find out all you need to know about tapeworms in your cat. From symptoms to treatment, we have all the information you need with our expert advice here.
Hookworms And Your Cat
Hookworms are a small type of roundworm. Despite their small size, however, they can still cause problems in our cats, although less frequently than in dogs.