We are open – following the necessary Coronavirus guidelines – which will keep you and our team safe for your visit.
Our amazing team has been working tirelessly to make sure Coronavirus precautions have been put in place, allowing customers to bring their pets to us for the treatment they require.

Latest news from around our surgeries.

What to do when your new puppy or kitten arrives

When you get your puppy or kitten, there are a few important things you need to do to make sure they stay happy and healthy.

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Why should I get my pet neutered?

Neutering is a surgical procedure that prevents pets from reproducing. In males, the operation is called castration and in females it’s called spaying.

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Flea & Worming

Fleas are an everyday problem in cats and dogs but can also affect other pets; and if an infestation is left unchecked, it can lead to serious illness.

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DIY pet health check

We all want to keep our pets healthy and happy especially during a lockdown when it’s much harder to do everyday things! So how do you spot the signs if something is wrong?

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Why dental hygiene is important for your pet?

Dental or periodontal disease affects the teeth, gums and the support structures that surround your pet’s teeth. It begins with a simple plaque build-up on the tooth enamel which contain bacteria and food particles.

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Vote Ximo Huertas for Vet of the Year 2021!

We are delighted to announce that one of our Veterinary Surgeons, Ximo Huertas, from our Rotherham surgery has been nominated for Veterinary Surgeon of the Year 2021.

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Weight management for your pet

This month, we are focusing on weight management as it’s not just humans that sometimes need to refresh their lifestyles in the New Year!

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Ouchmas

Whilst frosty mornings might bring festive cheer to us humans, our canine friends may not be so merry. Winter months are tough on dogs’ paws: lower temperatures bring a heightened risk of frostbite, and exposure to road salt and anti-freeze can cause burns and blisters.

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Trick or Treat

Halloween is nearly here and because our pets are part of our family, of course, we want them to join in with the fun, including the joy of eating sweets. However, although sweets may taste good, they are not suitable for our furry friends!

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Arthritis

As the colder weather is starting to approach, you may notice your pet starting to show some behavioural/clinical changes.

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Bonfire night & fireworks

Fireworks can cause significant distress ranging from involuntary bowel movements to aggression. Fear of fireworks is much more common in dogs than might at first be evident.

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Nutracalm – Natural support to help reduce stress & anxiety for dogs & cats

Pets can demonstrate anxiety and stress in a variety of ways, for dogs this includes trembling, whining, destruction of property and sometimes aggression.

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