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Grape toxicity in pets

Grape toxicity in pets

It’s Easter and let’s be honest, for a couple of weeks before and after many human beings' diet largely consists of the finest chocolate and hot cross buns! Yummy, scrummy, sweet, mouth watering, butter soaked easter buns, hot or cold- however they are eaten, are a favourite of many at easter time. There is a firm understanding that chocolate is toxic ...
March 31, 2017 0 Comments
Rabbit Calicivirus Disease

Rabbit Calicivirus Disease

It’s been a concerning time for rabbit owners over past few weeks and rightly so! There has been a rush to get rabbit vaccinations up to date in time for the early March release of RHDV1 - K5- a strain of Calicivirus or Rabbit Haemorragic Disease Virus. There is a lot of conflicting information out there regarding this virus, it’s release and what is the best ...
March 23, 2017 0 Comments
The Flea Frustration - part 2

The Flea Frustration - part 2

The Flea Frustration part 2.. There are many flea products available at our veterinary clinic  and our online shop that can be applied on your pet or given orally. Depending on which product you use they may kill eggs and larvae as well as the adult fleas that are on your pets. Flea prevention needs to be applied according to package directions, year round. This is ...
March 22, 2017 0 Comments
What should you do if you find an injured bat?

What should you do if you find an injured bat?

A few times each year we receive a phone call from a client who has found their pet (usually dog but sometimes cat) with a live or dead bat. Should they be concerned? Yes we would recommend some further action be taken especially if there is a chance that the pet or their owner may have been bitten or scratched by the bat.
March 21, 2017 0 Comments
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