Pet Resource Page

Looking after a pet is a big responsibility so it's important to understand how to provide the best for your animal. Our pet resource page is full of useful information that can help you to care for your furry friends.

  Please visit the International Cat Care site for advice. This site is THE place for any advice regarding your cat's health and care Hyperthyroidism in cats- factsheet Taking your pet abroad? Click here for advice. Dr. Addie's webpage has information on FIP, Coronavirus, Feline Gingivostomatitis and much more.

 

Please visit the International Cat Care site for advice. This site is THE place for any advice regarding your cat's health and care

Hyperthyroidism in cats- factsheet

Taking your pet abroad? Click here for advice.

Dr. Addie's webpage has information on FIP, Coronavirus, Feline Gingivostomatitis and much more.

  Visit the RSPCA Site and Kennel Club Site for general advice. Fireworks Advice here There is some excellent NOISE PHOBIA advice and free Sounds downloads at the Dog's Trust website.  Some general Dog's Trust advice fact sheets here. Taking your pet abroad? Click here for advice. Cushings treatment Addisons treatment

 

Visit the RSPCA Site and Kennel Club Site for general advice.

Fireworks Advice here

There is some excellent NOISE PHOBIA advice and free Sounds downloads at the Dog's Trust website. 

Some general Dog's Trust advice fact sheets here.

Taking your pet abroad? Click here for advice.

Cushings treatment

Addisons treatment

LOOKING AFTER YOUR ELDERLY PET

Cruciate TTA aftercare info

Video animation of the Ridgestop procedure

Heart and Respiratory rate monitor app for dogs and cats. iTunes or Android

Coping with the loss of a pet

Our pets are special to us and to many they are considered part of the family. Mourning the loss of a dear pet is to be expected and people are affected by this in different ways. You are not alone and we are here to help you in the decision making for your pet and also in the difficult time afterwards. It is perfectly natural to feel guilty at this time as it is a normal part of the grieving process. If you have any concerns or worries, please do discuss them with us. There is also help available from the pet bereavement support service available on 08000966606.  

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