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Tag: Pet Advice

Flea & Worming Protocol

Flea & Worming Prescribing & Dispensing Protocol After seeking further guidance from the Royal College Of Veterinary Surgeons, we have made changes to the way we prescribe Flea and Worm treatments and introduced a new protocol  As flea and worm prescriptions now need to be associated with a physical examination, we have decided to conduct…
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Pets and Fireworks

Fireworks can be frightening for pets, each species displays fear and needs comfort in its own way. Here is some useful advice on how to help your pets during the fireworks season. The bright flashes and loud bangs of fireworks can be exciting for people, but very frightening for our dogs and cats. Because when…
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National Pet Wellness Month

The goal of this month is to promote the health and happiness of pets throughout the year. Pets are a very important part of our family, we need to educate ourselves on how to keep them happy and healthy. It’s never too late to start providing a healthy lifestyle for your pet. In the mid-1900s,…
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Halloween: Keep Your Pets Safe

Whilst ghosts and vampires can scare us, nothing scares us more than our pet’s being in danger. This Halloween there maybe dangers in your home for pets… With the spooktacular time of the year fast approaching, we have compiled a Halloween safety guide to keep pets happy. Although many of us enjoy Halloween, it can…
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Finding A Responsible Breeder

Buying from someone who responsibly raises healthy puppies will increase your chances of having a happy, healthy dog ​​for life. Once you have chosen the breed that is right for you and your family, you should find a responsible breeder to purchase from. Finding a breeder who raises healthy puppies is a very important step…
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Beware Of The Mushrooms!

It’s not uncommon for dogs to encounter mushrooms on walks, especially in the Autumn, and some dogs may find them a fun snack. But can dogs eat mushrooms? It is essential that owners know the dangers that wild mushrooms pose to their dogs and what to do if they suspect their dog has eaten a…
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Can Pets get Covid?

A new Covid variant is sweeping across the UK, but will this virus affect our beloved pets? Here is what we know so far. A new Covid variant called EG.5.1 has emerged across the UK and according to the government’s Coronavirus Data website, between the 23rd of July and the 29th of July, there were…
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Taking Your Pet To The Vets?

Some pets enjoy vet visits, but as you are probably well aware, many do not. To create a stress-free experience, Learn more about how you can make vet visits as relaxing as possible to ensure your pet’s comfort and well-being. Warren House Vets are dedicated to ensuring your pet is as comfortable as possible when…
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Anxiety In Dogs

Not sure if your dog is stressed or suffering with anxiety, we are here to offer our advice and pin point the signs you should look out for. Dog anxiety is real and unlike us they don’t have a voice to express their feelings but they do have other ways to show you… If you…
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Microchipping Cats UK Law

all owners must have their cat microchipped by June 2024 Compulsory Microchipping What is microchipping? A microchip is a small device about the size of a grain of rice. A quick injection inserts the chip under your cat’s skin, between the shoulder blades. Once inserted, the microchip cannot be felt by cats and the unique…
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Taking Your Cat To The Vet

We understand… All cats should have yearly veterinary checks, but some will need more frequent visits and most will need at least one surgery in their lives. For many cats, going to the vet is a stressful experience. However, there are many things we can do to relieve this stress The Cat Stressors Cats are independent and territorial by nature, need to be in control of their surroundings and are sensitive to various smells, all of which…
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