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Healthy pet weight 101

Healthy pet weight 101

If your pet becomes overweight, it’s a great idea to have them assessed further by one of our vets. Firstly, we can determine their ideal target weight, and create a personalised plan for safe, effective weight loss.

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Cat anxiety: Not feline very good!

Cat anxiety: Not feline very good!

If your cat is showing any behavioural changes suggestive of anxiety, it’s best to book an appointment with our vets for further assessment, so we can confirm the problem and look for any potential associated medical issues.

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Atopy management

Atopy management

If we suspect underlying allergies as the trigger for your pet’s skin or ear disease, we will perform some treatment trials to help determine the cause. This will include a thorough flea control program, a hypoallergenic dietary trial and a check of your pet’s environment for any common irritating plants.

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Dental Duties

Dental Duties

Each dental procedure involves a thorough assessment and treatment of any dental issues. This helps to ensure that your pet’s mouth remains comfortable and healthy, helping to maintain their overall wellbeing and quality of life!

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Recurrent “sensitive stomachs”

Recurrent “sensitive stomachs”

Poor digestive health can cause symptoms, such as: vomiting, abnormal stools, diarrhoea, foul-smelling stools, or stools with blood or mucus, straining to pass stools (which may come out as small “blobs” of soft material), excessive flatulence, poor or picky appetite, and weight loss or poor growth in young animals.

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Why are Vets So Busy?

Why are Vets So Busy?

The global COVID-19 outbreak has had a profound impact on all of us – including your veterinarian. COVID-19 has resulted in a massive increase in people taking on new pets With more people working from home, this has meant more opportunities for pet owners to notice...

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Diets and exercise by lifestage

Diets and exercise by lifestage

Like us, our pets can unfortunately fall victim to the ‘middle-aged spread’ and put on weight. This occurs due to the natural slowing of the metabolism associated with ageing, which can predispose your pet to excessive weight gain. For this reason, depending on the...

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Home or hospital?

Home or hospital?

It’s a question we field frequently: “Does my pet need to see the vet?” It can sometimes be hard to know which injuries or illnesses can be managed at home, and which require a veterinary consultation or more urgent veterinary care. Which symptoms suggest urgent care...

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Special breeds have special needs!

Special breeds have special needs!

There’s a lot to love about welcoming a particular breed of dog or cat into your family. Whilst there is always variation between individual animals, many owners like the predictability of knowing the likely temperament, grooming requirements, activity levels,...

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