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Severe Vomiting Condition Affecting UK Dogs

You may have seen reports on social media or pet websites about a nasty vomiting bug spreading amongst UK dogs. Here is everything you need to know. What Causes It? We don’t know yet! It could be ca...

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Veterinary Acupuncture

Here’s how we can help your pet! Acupuncture is a complementary medical practice that involves inserting very fine needles, through the skin to varying depths, to stimulate certain points around...

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Protecting Your Pet From Ticks

Ticks aren’t just unpleasant, they are potentially very harmful – especially if they go unnoticed.  So it’s important that pet owners know what to look for and what to do if a tick is found...

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How To Identify and Treat Pet Anxiety

March is Pet Anxiety Awareness Month!  The aim of this campaign is to educate pet owners on the signs of anxiety in cats and dogs, help to identify the cause of the problem and encourage changes to s...

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Coronavirus and Your Pet: Everything You Need to Know

As concern about Coronavirus or Covid-19 sweeps the globe, there is lots of advice being issued regarding human health but what about our furry friends?  Can they catch it?  Can they spread it?  Wh...

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Pre-Op Instructions

If your pet is booked to have a general anaesthetic or operation: Please bring them to the surgery at your appointed time. “See in” appointments are booked between 8.00am and 9.00am on the...

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Post-Op Instructions

General (Dog/Cat) When your pet has had an anaesthetic, they may be drowsy for the following 48 hours. The anaesthetic will be injected into a vein in his/her front leg and a small area of fur may hav...

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Worming and flea Control

Regular and effective parasite control is essential for the well-being of your pet. Fleas can cause major skin problems, while tapeworm or roundworm infestations can result in digestive upsets, they a...

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