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Pet Diabetes Just as in people, Diabetes is becoming more common in both cats and dogs. This is in part due to lifestyle changes of reduced activity levels and increased weight, typical signs are increased drinking and lethargy. For further information visit the following website, if you are worried that your pet may have Diabetes please contact the surgery for an appointment."
Lynhay Rehabilitation Centre is in Dawlish and may be very useful for various animals, under veterinary guidance. They may be contacted on 01626 867614 or by the usual electronic means firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their web site. www.linhayvet.co.uk;
Fowlescombe Estate is a mixed 191 hectare farm with conservation as a major theme. The animals are kept to a very high welfare level. The animals are pedigree Aberdeen Angus and Devon Ruby red cattle, Manx Loghtan and Hebridean rare breed sheep, four sheep dogs, rare breed chickens, and assorted domestic and feral cats. Visit their web site at www.fowlescombe.co.uk