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Cat Vaccinations

Cat Vaccinations

Vaccinations are the best way to protect your feline friend against multiple illnesses, some of which can be fatal.

Puppy Vaccinations

Puppy Vaccinations

You’ve recently brought home your new puppy and naturally have a few questions about the vaccinations they’ll need. 

Dog pregnancy

Dog pregnancy

If you made the conscious decision not to get your dog spayed, then you may be considering breeding from her. 

Cat Neutering

Cat Neutering

Neutering is the surgical process of preventing your pet from being able to reproduce. Male cats are castrated, female cats are spayed.

Dog Neutering

Dog Neutering

Neutering is the surgical process of preventing your pet being able to reproduce. Male dogs are castrated and females are spayed.

Dog teeth cleaning

Dog teeth cleaning

Did you know that in the UK, more than 80% of dogs aged 3 and over will develop dental problems at some stage of their life?

7 puppy essentials

7 puppy essentials

So you’re thinking about getting a puppy? This is a very exciting time for you and your family. Are you prepared?

7 kitten essentials

7 kitten essentials

So you’re thinking about getting a kitten? This is a very exciting time for you and your family. Are you prepared?

Dog ear infections

Dog ear infections

Canine ear infections are one of the most common health issues treated by vets each year.

Cat ear infections

Cat ear infections

Feline ear infections are a common conditions treated by vets.

Allergies in cats

Allergies in cats

Let's take a look at the different allergies cats can suffer from, and how to treat them.

Allergies in dogs

Allergies in dogs

Allergies are commonly triggered when your dog’s immune system overreacts to a foreign substance.

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