Should I Let My Cat Outside?

Should you keep your cat indoors, or allow them to go outside? Let’s consider the pros and cons to going outside! Should you keep your cat indoors, or allow them to go outside? Let’s consider the pros and cons to going outside! Pro: Cats that are allowed outside are easier to...
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Desexing Your Cat - Fact vs Myth

Cat breeding season normally starts when the days get longer in the early Spring. Myth: Females need to have a litter This is simply not true. While older cats may bond with younger kittens this should not be confused with them feeling like they’re missing out by not having little ones...
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Dental Disease – It’s Not All about the Smile

Bad teeth aren’t just about breath like rotting garbage and a yucky looking smile, although these are bad enough. Bad teeth aren’t just about breath like rotting garbage and a yucky looking smile, although these are bad enough. Even worse is the damage that’s happening internally. Below the gum line, the...
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Facebook Competition

This chilly winter it’s not all doom and gloom! Be on the watch out for our Facebook competition for your chance to win! This chilly winter it’s not all doom and gloom! Be on the watch out for our Facebook competition for your chance to win! All you have to do...
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Brave Pet of the Month - Gemma

Gemma the three legged wonder dog beats cancer again! Gemma’s had run ins with cancer before, and has survived to tell the tale. This time, Gemma’s mum noticed a lump on Gemma’s shoulder and so brought Gemma to see us for a routine lump check. We examined the lump, and took...
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When a Dodgy Tummy Isn't Just a Dodgy Tummy

It’s not uncommon for dogs and cats to have an occasional vomit or a little bit of diarrhoea. It’s not uncommon for dogs and cats to have an occasional vomit or a little bit of diarrhoea. But sometimes this is the first sign of more serious disease. How do you know...
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Manage Arthritis with Mobility Diet

Is your dog slower to get up in the mornings than they used to be? Is your dog slower to get up in the mornings than they used to be? Maybe they’re just not as excited for their walks, or can’t walk the distances they used to be able to? Or...
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Skin Allergies and Apoquel Tablets

Itchy skin? With Apoquel, there is no need to put up with endless scratching or the side effects of cortisone treatment! It’s been an unseasonably warm Autumn this year, and there’s still lots of pets coming to see us with itchy skin. There’s no need for your pet or your family...
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Funky Gunky Ears

Have you ever noticed your pet shaking their head more than a teenager in an 80’s mosh pit? Have you ever noticed your pet shaking their head more than a teenager in an 80’s mosh pit? Or perhaps, you have noticed a nasty smell coming from the ears? Maybe your pet...
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Dental Xrays

When your pet visits us for a dental descale and polish we perform dental xrays. When your pet visits us for a professional dental descale and polish we perform dental xrays, just like when you go to the dentist. Xrays allow us to check the health of the teeth and jaw...
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What Do We Vaccinate Rabbits For?

Unvaccinated rabbits are at risk of Calicivirus, which can cause lethargy, seizures, bleeding from nostrils or even sudden death… We vaccinate rabbits for a disease called Calicivirus (also known as Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease Virus, or RHDV). Clinical signs of Calicivirus include rabbits becoming lethargic, seizures, bleeding from nostrils or sudden death...
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Brave Pet of the Month: Lilly Rose

Lilly Rose came to see us because she had gone from her normal self to not wanting to move. Lilly Rose came to see us because she had gone from her normal self to not wanting to move, being off her food and with very wet faeces over about 3 days....
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