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Springtime pet safety

17th March

As spring arrives, with it come some potential hazards that our pets can encounter during the season.Chocolate - With lots of chocolate around the house, we'd like to remind pet owners, especially those with dogs, of the danger ...
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Matters of the heart

10th February

With February being the month of love we think it is a good time to talk about heart health. We would also like to invite our clients to bring their pet in for a  FREE heart check with a vet The check up includes a complete ...
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Star pet - George!

28th January

Meet George! This lovey boy is a star pet after recovering from traumatic leg injuries.Back in September last year George (age 5) was taken to the out of hours emergency vet by his owners with some nasty wounds on his hind legs. O ...
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Pet safety at Christmas time

2nd November 2021

December is a busy time of year with Christmas preparations underway and celebrations in full swing. For pet owners, it is important to recognise the potential hazards that the season can bring. The message is  'awareness' - mak ...
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Take the fright out of Halloween!

30th October 2021

Halloween has become more popular with parties being held, fireworks being let off and childern out trick or treating. Here are a few reminders to ensure that your pet stays safe.Keep your cat indoors whilst the trick or treaters ...
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Don't suffer in silence this firework season!

24th October 2021

The firework season is upon us and many animals are anxious and fearful of the loud bangs and flashes produced by fireworks. This results in stressful evenings for pets and owners alike.Signs that your pet might be afraid and up ...
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Travelling after Brexit

30th September 2021

The UK, for pet travel, has been granted Part 2 Listed Status which means there are now important changes to pet travel rules between Great Britain (England, Scotland and Wales) and the EU and Northern Ireland. Below is a list ...
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Arthritis Awareness

30th September 2021

With the colder winter weather some of us will be noticing our joints are feeling more achy and the same will be true of our dogs and cats. Cool weather can leave joints especially stiff and tender, meaning an increase in discom ...
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