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Most of the ear problems seen in dogs and cats involve disease of the external ear canal, a condition called otitis externa.
If you think that the pounds have piled on, then perhaps it is time you and your owner popped into our surgery for a ‘weigh in’.
Spring has fially arrived! Here are out tips to go outside again safefly, and be mindful to the prodcuts you use in your garden.
Your new kitten will start life with some natural immunity from diseases from her mum, but as this wears off you’ll need to have her vaccinated to keep her healthy.
Some of the products we commonly use in our gardens can also be toxic to pets.
Rabbits are becoming increasingly popular as pets. Here we look at some of the health issues facing rabbits.
These days, with advances in veterinary medicine and nutrition, our pets are living longer than ever before- which is of course great news!
Some great tips from on how to help your puppy settle into their new home.
Most licking is harmless however excessive licking can lead to problems for your pet.
So, Spring has Sprung – but be mindful of the dangers of cleaning the patio for your pets…
In addition to the thorough clinical examinations we give your pet yearly, you can also help your pet by keeping a watchful eye out for any lumps and bumps.
March 22-28 is the first ever Guinea Pig Awareness Week, aimed at raising awareness about improving the health and welfare of guinea pigs.
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