A recommendation for regular rechecks

A recommendation for regular rechecks

Whilst annual rechecks are sufficient for monitoring the health of most young to middle-aged pets, our team recommends 6-monthly rechecks for cats and dogs over eight years of age. Why? Read on to find out! Aging rate It is thought that a one-year-old medium-sized dog...
Morris’ graze with danger

Morris’ graze with danger

Morris’ graze with danger How many amazing medical skills and services do our veterinary hospitals have to offer? To show you, we’d like to tell the story of little Morris, who had an unfortunate run-in with a car. One day, Morris the six-month-old Schnauzer pup was...
Joint care through the ages

Joint care through the ages

Our vets are passionate about joint comfort and good mobility for all pets! So, we’ve compiled a list of veterinary recommendations for keeping your pet’s joints in top form throughout their life.   Puppies and kittens The best way to help your pet’s bones and...
Diet details

Diet details

Ever feel overwhelmed when you start to peruse all the various dietary options on offer for dogs? Which is going to be the healthiest diet for your pet? The truth is, there is no one perfect diet to suit every dog. Home-cooked diets can be preferable for some pets,...
Planning properly for your new pup (or rescue pet)

Planning properly for your new pup (or rescue pet)

Whether you’re purchasing a special breed pup or scouting out local rescues to adopt a canine companion, it’s important to research and plan for your future dog’s specific care needs. Doing this will ensure that you’ll have the time and resources to provide the best...
Treatment vs palliative care – Our Guide

Treatment vs palliative care – Our Guide

Trigger warning: this blog post discusses terminal illness in a pet. Frankie was a beautiful 11-year-old greyhound, who loved nothing better than being with his family. Wherever the family was, Frankie was too: watching with interest and with a wagging tail, doing a...