Category: Blog

A guide to looking after rabbits in the best way possible!
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A guide to looking after rabbits in the best way possible!

What’s up, Doc? All About Rabbits Despite what Bugs Bunny would have you believe, rabbits need a bit more than carrots to live a happy life! Rabbits can live for 8-12 years and come in all shapes and sizes, so it’s important to know how to keep them happy and healthy for this time. Here...

Senior Pet Care in Winter
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Senior Pet Care in Winter

The mercury is starting to drop and the leaves are turning orange. Whilst this means cosy evenings, woolly coats and hot chocolates for us, the cold weather can take a toll, particularly on senior pets. This certainely doesn’t mean they have to stay inside for the whole season. To help you take care of your...

Preventative Pet Care – what is it, and why bother? 
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Preventative Pet Care – what is it, and why bother? 

What is preventative pet care? Your pet’s health is important to both us and you. That is why it’s our aim to make sure that we have the best health care programs to protect your pet in all stages of their life. Preventative pet care is different to normal veterinary check-ups or taking care of...

Strange things my cat does
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Strange things my cat does

Why do cats purr and miaow? Cats can vibrate a special set of muscles in their throat, and this is what makes a lovely purring sound. As with most animal sounds, purring is a way of your cat communicating with you. Mother cats purr to their kittens as a lullaby, and kittens purr back to...

COVID-19: An Important Update for Our Customers
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COVID-19: An Important Update for Our Customers

Dear Pet Owners, By now we are all aware of the increasing threat of coronavirus (COVID-19). It is very important that we do our bit to slow the spread of the virus. Although here at the vet, we continue to maintain a very high standard of hygiene, we ask owners to help minimise the risk...

5 Signs of Aging in Senior Pets:
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5 Signs of Aging in Senior Pets:

As our pets get older, they remain the same cuddly friend we know and love but their needs change slightly. Also they become at risk of a variety of age-specific conditions. Depending on their size, dogs are considered senior pets between the ages of 5 and 8 years old.  Whereas cats are considered senior pets...

2019 in review by dr. Joe
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2019 in review by dr. Joe

To all our dear clients, First of all we like to thank you for the trust you place in our veterinary team throughout 2019. We appreciate our relationship and the opportunity to care for your pets. We take pride in treating every pet that comes through our doors as our very own, and we extend...

Why do dogs these things?
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Why do dogs these things?

Sometimes the behaviour of our dogs can seem strange to us! But then again, sometimes our behaviour must seem very odd to our dogs! Therefore, when looking at our dogs’ behaviour, it’s helpful to understand the reasons why they might be acting like they do. Here are some general explanations to give you a better...

5 tips to keep your pet safe this new year’s
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5 tips to keep your pet safe this new year’s

New Year’s Eve is the one party that the whole world is invited to, and it’s just a day away!  As we get ready to ring in 2020 with a loud, colorful display of festive fireworks, we need to remember to keep our furry friends safe.  The excitement of the sparkling, popping and cracking sounds...