In this section, you’ll find our collection of pet health and advice blogs - feel free to browse through them!

Red Mites in Backyard Poultry

Posted by on Oct 8, 2018 in Uncategorized | No Comments

With the modern worry about food miles and unauthorised additives in our food, it’s no surprise that the numbers of backyard chickens are soaring! However, with those increased numbers of little flocks come a few problems – especially, people who now own a few hens (which is great!) but haven’t got much experience with their ...

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Can Cats Become Atopic?

Posted by on Oct 8, 2018 in Uncategorized | No Comments

What is atopy? Atopic skin disease is an allergic reaction to usually innocuous substances; these can be anything from grass pollens to house mites. It causes the skin to be very itchy and uncomfortable. Can cats become atopic? In a word… yes! The condition is more commonly seen in dogs, but cats can also develop ...

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Vaccination Amnesty!

Posted by on Jun 23, 2016 in What's New | No Comments

Have your pet’s vaccinations lapsed? Been more then 15 months since their last booster? We know starting the full, primary course from scratch, which is required to bring immunity levels back up to desired levels, can be costly so until the end of June we are offering this course for the price of a normal ...

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Senior Pet Winter Health Check

Posted by on Jun 23, 2016 in What's New | No Comments

We are now offering a WINTER MOT for your senior pet until 8th March 2016. This will include a full clinical examination for ONLY £10 – plus a FREE optional urine test. Making you a saving of over £30! So, if your cat or dog is aged 9 years or over, call for your appointment ...

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VACCINATE AGAINST EXTINCTION! and save over £18!

Posted by on Jun 23, 2016 in What's New | No Comments

Your domestic cat can carry diseases which threaten our beautiful and rare Scottish Wildcat. We are working to support the Scottish Wildcat Conservation Project in their five year compaign to save this endangered species, by running a cat-only Vaccination Amnesty throughout October. If your cat’s vaccinations have lapsed by more than 15 months we are ...

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Compulsory Microchipping

Posted by on Jun 23, 2016 in What's New | No Comments

It is unfortunately all too often that a Vet is greeted with a friendly, lovable lost dog at the practice with no way of knowing who he/she belongs to. Microchipping makes this situation so much easier, and we can re-unite you almost immediately. Compulsory Microchipping will become law in April 2016 Don’t let this be ...

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