A wee update to all of our lovely clients and fluffy friends,

We are delighted to announce we are now an Approved Veterinary Nurse Training Practice! We can now provide clinical training and work experience for student veterinary nurses and are excited to begin expanding our team. – In other news, our very own Dimitar is...

Chemical castration vs surgical castration – Which is best?

APRIL NEWSLETTER Chemical castration vs surgical castration – Which is best? There are 3 main reasons to neuter your dog To prevent accidental litters/mating; there is a huge excess of homeless/unwanted dogs in shelters and foster homes. The canine population is over...

Dry Eye

March Newsletter – Dry Eye Dry eye is a condition which affects 1/22 of all dogs in the UK. It is caused by irreversible destruction of the tear glands by a dog’s own immune system. Predisposed  breeds include Yorkshire Terrier Pekingese Lhasa Apso Bull Dog...

Taking your pet abroad

The holiday season is coming up!Many pet owners are not aware of the changes to pet travel since Brexit. If you are planning on travelling to an EU country (Or Northern Ireland) Unfortunately British pet passports are no longer a thing! Instead, they have been...

Feline Odontoclastic Resorptive Lesions (FORL’s)

In the above photo you can see the middle tooth is healthy, with well-defined roots and normal opacity. The teeth on either side are FORL’s and the root structure and dentin has eroded and decayed. These teeth appeared relatively normal on examination, with only...

Firework season!

Fireworks are joyous for many however they are often a terror for our furry pals! We are rapidly approaching firework season which can be an incredibly stressful time for many of our clients.Now is the time to plan ahead! As expected, the demand for both herbal and...