Rowan and I, Kim, have been teamed up as a vet and nurse duo since the first lockdown back in March 2020 and there’s not much that we haven’t seen through the doors here at Fenton Vets. … Until Patch, a 2-year-old Collie whose owners had concerns late one January evening. He hadn’t been quite right, vomited several hours earlier but now appeared uncomfortable with a bloated s ...
Pet Travel In 2021 After Brexit
IMPORTANT UPDATE ON PET TRAVEL From 1 January 2021 onwards, the UK will have Part 2 listed status under the EU Pet Travel Scheme, meaning that people travelling from GB with their pets and assistance dogs will need to follow new requirements in order to travel to the EU and Northern Ireland. We encourage you to check out the latest government advice about travelling from Grea ...
It's Cold Out There
Brrr – its cold out there! With the colder weather settling in, it’s a good idea to start making plans to avoid some Christmas calamities and keep our pets healthy throughout the festive season. Winter walks: In order to avoid pets expanding their waistline, getting out and about as the weather cools is essential. However, make sure that your pets are adequately prepared; w ...
Fireworks and Pets - keep them safe
Fireworks and Pets - help keep them safe. It will soon be the time of year when many people will enjoy the tradition of celebrating Halloween and November 5th with bonfires and fireworks. It is also the time of the year that many pet owners dread as many dogs and cats are very scared and anxious of loud noises. Add to this flashing lights and scary costumes and they can become ...
Love In The Air For Cats
From April to September is when most kittens are born and many of these litters are unplanned.
Poison Prevention Week
Its poison week 15th-21st March. The following useful information has been provided by the Veterinary Poisons Information Service (VPIS) and is particularly useful at this time of year now that Easter is upon us. Read a bit more about some key toxic things that may be around the house below:
Why neuter you pets?
Neutering means removing the possibility of your pet reproducing. For female animals this is called spaying and for males it is called castration. This not only helps reduce the number of unwanted puppies and kittens, but can have serious health benefits too.
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