National Pet Month is Here Again!

I’ve just spent the last twenty minutes trying to convince the owner of Jessie, a lovely 7-year-old Border Collie to agree to have her spayed. With recent improvements in veterinary knowledge and resources, our patients are enjoying longer healthier lives; and with safer anaesthetics for animals, preventative surgery for dogs and cats has never been…

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Nature at the Fringe?

Calling all you nature-lovers out there – we’re in for a right treat next week, courtesy of our feathered friends at the RSPB! Beginning next Thursday is series of exciting, thought-provoking and deeply moving accounts of environmental issues affecting both the UK’s and tropical birdlife and how we can help. Bags of Trouble kicks off…

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National Flea Week

We all assume most vets to be animal-lovers. I know I certainly am, and always have been. But occasionally I find it a bit weird that we choose to kill some animals in order to save others. I mean, who the f**k are we, as human beings, to make that decision anyway? Ticks and worms…

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