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Latest news from around our surgeries.

Foods to avoid to keep our pets safe

Throughout the year, we all enjoy seasonal foods and it’s tempting to perhaps offer a little titbit to our furry companion. But beware the seasonal (and non-seasonal) goodies that can cause no end of harm to our beloved pets.

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Seasonal dangers and knowing how to avoid them

To keep our pets enjoying a healthy, happy, active summer, there are a few things to look out for which may help to avoid unnecessary harm from nature’s more toxic by-products. 

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The hazards of heat

As we approach the warmer weeks of summer, it is essential for us to recognise the dangers of heat for our pets.

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Safe garden space – pet-friendly gardens

As we approach the warmer months of summer, we look at some of the hazards we can find in our own gardens and how to avoid them.

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Dental care for your young pet

Welcoming a new pet into the family is always an exciting time, especially when they are young ones leaving mum for the first time.

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Why caring for our pet’s oral health is essential

There are many reasons why we should ensure a good oral hygiene routine for our pets, ranging from unpleasant breath through to serious long-term health conditions.

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The Dangers of Heatstroke in Pets

As we approach the warmer weeks of summer, there is an increased risk of heatstroke in our pets, so it’s important to know how to avoid the condition occurring and also to spot the early signs and how to respond.

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How to choose the right small animal as a pet

Taking on a new pet is a big commitment, no matter how big or small the animal you're thinking of bringing home.

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Rabbit diseases

Myxomatosis is a severe disease that affects rabbits.  It’s caused by a virus that attacks the eyes, skin, lungs, liver and genitals.  Sadly, there is no cure for myxomatosis and it’s often fatal. 

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Back to bunny basics: keeping your rabbits healthy

Rabbits can be lots of fun but as many owners already know, keeping bunnies as pets isn’t always easy.

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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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