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  • Covid-19 : Safety measures in our clinic.

    COVID-19 Update 30/03/2020   Following from the more severe restrictions put in place at the weekend, we are permitted to stay open as an essential service, but only for urgent, emergency or very unwell patients. We have put the following protocols in place as of Monday, 30/03/2020   1-No public are allowed to enter the […]

  • Covid-19 : Safety measures in our clinic

      COVID – 19 Update   19th March 2020 To our valued clients, thank you for working with us to minimise the spread of COVID-19. We are still open, and aim to continue to provide outstanding care for you and your pets. We have implemented several measures at the clinic to ensure the wellbeing of […]

  • Overview of Feline AIDS and Leukaemia

    Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) Feline immunodeficiency virus is a lentivirus that causes an acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) in domestic cats. FIV shares many characteristics with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) although no evidence links FIV infection to any human disease, including AIDS. Cats that are free roaming in areas of high cat density have an increased […]

  • Sun Risk To Pets

    Summer Is Here! (We think…)  So remember to look after your pet’s skin The sun is finally out (who knows how long it will last!) and that means we need to pay extra close attention to our pets’ skin. Strong UV rays can have the same effects on our pet’s skin as it can have […]

  • ‘Kennel Cough’ Risk to All Dogs

    Infectious tracheobronchitis, or ’kennel cough’ as it is better known, is typically characterised by a harsh hacking cough and general ill health. Kennel cough can be caused by numerous infectious agents, however, the vast majority of cases are associated with either parainfluenza, Bordetella bronchiseptica or both. Apart from the clinical illness, kennel cough  can itself […]


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