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Keeping Your Kitties content in multi-cat households

Keeping Your Kitties content in multi-cat households

  The resource rule: keeping your kitties content in multi-cat households   Perhaps you're thinking of introducing a new cat to your existing kitty clan, or perhaps you're starting from scratch, about to embark upon a multi-cat adventure. Sadly, it's not as...

What’s wrong with selective feeding for rabbits?

What’s wrong with selective feeding for rabbits?

We all know how hard it can be to make the right food choices. When there are so many tasty options available it doesn't come naturally to all of us to pick pulses and quinoa over steak, chips and chocolate pud. Why should rabbits be any different? In fact, it's...

Socialising a Social Animal

Socialising a Social Animal

Socialising a Social Animal - how to grow a well-balanced dog Like babies, puppies aren’t born with social skills - they know how to suck, but not a lot more! As a result, it is our responsibility as dog owners (whether you’re the breeder or the owner of a new puppy)...

Is My Pet Really Overweight?

Is My Pet Really Overweight?

Is my pet really overweight? Obesity is a genuine crisis in the UK at the moment - not (just) for people, but for pets too. Studies suggest that up to half of all dogs and cats are obese or overweight! And while it may seem that we’re being kind in giving them extra...

Winter woofs – a survival guide

Winter woofs – a survival guide

Long dog walks on a crisp winter's morning can be one of the best things about dog ownership. However, soggy, muddy paws and dark, dank evenings can also make it a trying time indeed. So, see our top tips for making winter work for you and your pooch. The need for...

Senior Pets – Top Tips for Winter

Senior Pets – Top Tips for Winter

As the weather gets colder, it’s time to think about how to keep our pets happy and healthy over the winter. While younger animals often enjoy the cold, crisp air, and even the frost and (if we’re really lucky!) snow; the season can be hard for more mature pets. In...

Does your pet suffer from Firework Fears?

Does your pet suffer from Firework Fears?

Does your pet suffer from Firework Fears? Many pets dislike loud noises; however, for some this is far more profound and results in a noise-phobia: a pathological fear of loud bangs. Add to this the unfamiliar flashes in the sky and the rising excitement among the...

? VE Weekend Opening Times ?

? VE Weekend Opening Times ?

We would like to let our client's know how we are arranged for the The VE day celebrations and the weekend. As you are familiar with, we use VetsNow for all our emergency out of hours cover. This will also be the case for Saturday the 9th of May during the Long...

?  Easter Holiday Opening Times  ?

? Easter Holiday Opening Times ?

We would like to let our client's know how we are arranged for the Easter Holidays. As you are familiar with, we use VetsNow for all our emergency out of hours cover. This will also be the case for Saturday the 11th of April during the Easter Long weekend. If you have...

Update on Coronavirus for our clients 17th March 2020

Update on Coronavirus for our clients 17th March 2020

We would like our clients to be reassured that we will remain open and here for you and your pets. Everyone can help reduce the risk of spreading coronavirus. We want to help our clients who have had to self-isolate by sending medication, nutraceuticals or foodstuffs...