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  • Parasites

    Aug 31 2021

    As the weather warms up, we start to see more parasite problems for all sorts of pets. Here are some of the more common parasites we come across, as well…

  • Itchy skin and ear infections

    Aug 31 2021

    Around springtime, we often see an increase in itchy skin (dermatitis) and ear infections in dogs and cats. How to spot itchy skin You should know almost right away if…

  • Senior Pets

    May 17 2021

    Aging is an unavoidable part of life, and when it comes to our pets, some will age without any major issues, and some will need a little extra TLC. It…

  • Dental disease and prevention

    May 17 2021

    Dental disease is one of the most common but preventable diseases in pets. It is not only painful and uncomfortable, but the procedure to clean and remove teeth becomes more…

  • Winter Grooming

    May 17 2021

    Grooming your pet is just as important in winter as it is during the rest of the year – it’s not just about looking good, but promoting good health and…

  • Travelling with pets

    Mar 09 2021

    Whether you are going on a holiday or just a road trip, it is important to make sure your pet is comfortable. Here are our top tips on travelling with…

  • Easter hazards

    Mar 09 2021

    Easter can be an exciting time for both adults and children. While we prepare for Easter, it is essential to keep an eye on potential dangers for your furry friend.…

  • Now is the time to desex your pet!

    Feb 11 2021

    Take advantage of our limited-time desexing offers. From now until 31st of March we have desexing specials for both dogs and cats. Book Online *Terms and conditions: * Please make…

  • Bella the not so itchy dog!

    Oct 21 2019

      Bella is an 8.5 year old Miniature Schnauzer. Last Spring she developed itchy skin which had a tendency to become infected and required frequent antibiotic treatment. Luckily for Bella,…

  • Lilybit’s Bad Week

    Aug 13 2019

    Lilybit is a beautiful 5 year old Tonkinese. Last week, Lilybit’s Mum (Rebecca) noticed her eating something that was not normal – a Chux dishcloth! By the time Rebecca discovered…