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Cystitis in Cats

Cystitis in cats is not uncommon, with 20% of cats suffering an episode during their lifetime. Feline urinary tract inflammation is also known as Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD) and Feline Urologic Syndrome (FUS) and has a variety of causes and symptoms. Clinical Signs Very often feline cystitis causes your cat pain and irritation when he urinates… Read more »

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Dogs and the Law

At the end of November we were very fortunate to have Dr. Anne McBride, animal behaviourist, come and see us to give an enjoyable and insightful talk on ‘Dog Ownership and the Law’. Animals can be amazing companions. They have physiological benefits to owners. Stroking an animal can reduce your blood pressure and assist in… Read more »

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Big Bear Award – Jade

Jade the puppy presented to the clinic as an emergency because she appeared to have suddenly gone blind. She was also circling, staring into space, generally unresponsive and pressing her head against the corners of the room. She was also quite thin and had various other signs such as diarrhoea over the weeks before she came to… Read more »

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Pets and fireworks

Fireworks are used to celebrate all kinds of occasions and around this time of year we have two major events, Bonfire Night and New Year’s Eve. Although we may find fireworks entertaining many of our pets are frightened by them. One piece of research carried out by a pharmaceutical company discovered that at least 80%… Read more »

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How do you choose a cattery?

You love and care for your cat, he or she is an adored member of your family, so when you go on holiday you feel worried at the thought of leaving your pet in someone else’s hands. Some people may feel quite unable to go away, even for the weekend. There are solutions though! Cats… Read more »

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Lymphoma in Dogs and Cats

In the last few weeks I have seen an increase in the the number of cases of lymphoma at our clinic. Lymphoma is a type of cancer of the white blood cells that commonly affects the lymph nodes anywhere in the body. The early signs are variable but often we find a pet may have inappetence, weight loss and… Read more »

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Pets’ Problem Behaviour

Inspired by Francesca Riccomini, veterinary surgeon and animal behaviourist People often don’t realise something is amiss with their pet’s behaviour until something goes wrong, and then it’s too late! Since pets can’t talk, their behaviour is the only indication of illness, bar any physical symptoms. When a pet is acting normally, it’s reassuring – it… Read more »

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Free Dental Check in June

Did you know dental disease is probably one of the most common health problems we see in cats and dogs. In fact, 80% of dogs and 70% of cats show signs of dental disease by the age of 4. If left untreated it can lead to painful infections and loss of teeth. Why not take… Read more »

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Rescue Remedies

Rescue Remedies have been rescuing dogs since 2002. They have grown from small beginnings and have helped to re-home and give life saving treatment to hundreds of dogs in some very desperate situations. The charity does not have a call centre but is internet based. At any one time they are caring for up-to 90… Read more »

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Easter and Royal Wedding Opening Hours

Please note our opening hours over the Easter and Royal Wedding break. If we are closed, and it is an emergency, please telephone 02089773955 for details of our out of hours cover. Happy Easter, stay safe and don’t eat too many chocolates.

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