Monthly Archives: August 2019

Incredible News Across Our Group

We understand that your time is precious and this is why we are extremely happy to announce a new, exciting and time saving feature; Online Booking!! 🙌 You can now benefit from easy and quick bookings at your finger clicks! Simply go to our surgery’s website, Facebook page or Google and book an appointment in […]

10 Reasons To Treat Your Pet For Fleas

1.They Are Everywhere Most animals pick up fleas from the environment, so your pet doesn’t have to have contact with another animal to catch fleas. Because of central heating, fleas can also live and breed indoors through the winter months, so using preventative treatments is necessary all year round. In particular, flea eggs can live […]

Lungworm And Other Weekly News

Lungworm is a lethal parasite that used to be relatively rare in England, however, over recent years we have seen more and more cases. It can affect dogs and foxes, and is spread through ingestion of snails and slugs, which many dogs accidentally do while sniffing around in the park or garden. If diagnosed in […]

Lungworm – The Hidden Killer

What Is Lungworm? Lungworm is a potentially lethal parasite that can spread rapidly in the area and can infect dogs and cats. Lungworm is becoming more prevalent in London and Kent than anywhere else in the country and we are seeing unprecedented numbers of lungworm cases this year. There are many campaigns that try to […]

Dental Tips And News From Our Vets

Did you know that up to 50% of pets over three years old are suffering with dental disease? Dental disease is one of the most common problems we see in veterinary practice and can cause significant pain and suffering to our little friends. Poor dental hygiene can lead to bad breath, infection, pain and the […]

Lungworm (An Infographic)

Health Checks And More Lovely Stories Across Our Group

👉How much do you know about health checks?👉Is your pets having regular health checks with your vet?👉Do you know why they are so important for our pets’ well-being? Health checks for your puppies, kittens and bunnies as well as for your beloved senior pets are an essential part of preventative healthcare, as they can help […]