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Important information

Posted on October 27, 2021

We have recently carried out a review of our prices. These changes will be implemented from 29 November 2021.

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Walking your dog safely in autumn and winter

Posted on October 14, 2021

The nights are getting darker and there’s a chill in the air, but your dog still needs regular walks in order to stay fit and healthy. Here are some suggestions to keep both you and your pet safe whilst exercising during the coming months.

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Cardiomyopathy in cats

Posted on October 07, 2021

There are a number of different heart diseases that can affect our cats; however, cardiomyopathy is the most common. But what is it and how do you know if your cat has it? We explore further below:

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Mitral Valve Disease (MVD) in dogs

Posted on October 05, 2021

There are many different heart conditions that can affect our dogs; however, mitral valve disease (MVD) is by far the most common. But what is MVD, and how do you know if your dog has it?

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Preparing your pet for a change in season

Posted on September 24, 2021

As we move from one season to another, we think about the number of layers we need to wear and whether we need to alter our daily routine to cope with the changes. Whilst we consider the alterations we need to make; it is important to ensure that we also prepare our pets for the season ahead.

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Learn how to identify and reduce worry, anxiety and stress in your pet

Posted on September 09, 2021

Just like humans, our pets can experience worry, anxiety and stress. Since we know how these emotions make us feel, we certainly want to help alleviate our pet’s distress where we can. However, our pets cannot voice their feelings, so how can we tell they are experiencing these emotions? The signs in pets are often subtle.

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Autumn dangers

Posted on August 26, 2021

Ensure you know the dangers associated with autumn; we have compiled together our guidance as we transition from spring to autumn. We want you all to stay safe this season.


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How to prepare your cat ahead of fireworks

Posted on August 26, 2021

We understand that noisy celebrations such as Halloween, Bonfire Night, Diwali, Christmas and New Year can cause nervousness in pets. However, by taking the appropriate steps to plan ahead of these scheduled events, you can minimise unnecessary stress and anxiety for your pet.

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How to prepare your dog ahead of fireworks

Posted on August 26, 2021

We understand that noisy celebrations such as Halloween, Bonfire Night, Diwali, Christmas and New Year can cause nervousness in pets. However, by taking the appropriate steps to plan ahead of these scheduled events, you can minimise unnecessary stress and anxiety for your pet.

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Top tips to calm your anxious and stressed pet

Posted on August 24, 2021

Like humans, pets often suffer from everyday stress that can lead to issues which can cause them to become anxious or stressed. Unfortunately, while humans have some means at their disposal to deal with such issues, pets aren’t so lucky. So here are some effective ways to help reduce and relieve anxiety and stress in pets.

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August Bank Holiday

Posted on August 24, 2021

The August bank holiday weekend is here… whether you are heading to the coast, off on a walking adventure or taking it easy at home... read more

Preparing your pets for firework season

Posted on August 24, 2021

Fireworks are used throughout the year to mark significant seasonal celebrations including Bonfire Night, Halloween, New Year's Eve and Diwali.

Whilst they are enjoyable for humans to watch, pets can often get scared of the loud bangs and bright flashes. Preparing your pet early can make a significant difference and will help your pet cope throughout the seasonal events – start preparing now!

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Have a worry-free experience when taking your cat to the vet

Posted on August 19, 2021

We know regular veterinary visits benefit our cats – but taking them for an appointment can pose a challenge if not done correctly. Cats by nature are independent, territorial and need to feel in control. So – all these things can make trips to the vets eventful for both you and your cat.

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Preparing your pet for home life changes

Posted on August 19, 2021

The end of the summer holidays brings with it another change in home life for our pets. When considering this change, we could put them in one of two camps: those looking forward to the peace and quiet and those dreading not being with us 24/7.

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Tips for worry-free visits to the vet

Posted on August 16, 2021

Like many people dread going to the doctor, the vet can be a source of anxiety for our pets. Luckily, there are steps you can take to alleviate some of the anxiety your pet feels when it senses a vet visit is coming up.

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Keeping your dog safe during car travel

Posted on August 13, 2021

It’s hard not to smile when you see a dog with its head out of the window in a travelling car. They look so happy and carefree! But travelling with an unrestrained dog could be a real risk – to them, to you, and to other drivers.

If you’re going to be out and about on the road with your dog this summer, here are some things to consider to keep everyone safe.

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Barbecues and your pets – things to consider  

Posted on July 29, 2021

Picture the scene…you’re in your garden, the sun is shining, maybe you have friends and family round to visit, and the charcoals are just about ready for you to start cooking al fresco. The last thing you want is an emergency vet visit with your beloved pet. 

If you’re planning a barbecue this weekend, here are some things to consider to keep your pet safe. 

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Heat awareness for animals in hutches

Posted on July 01, 2021

We all enjoy getting out in the sunshine; however, it is not always true for our pets! Any animal can overheat in hot weather, and we can often forget how tough it can be on our pets that live in hutches, such as rabbits and guinea pigs.

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION – PRODUCT RECALL

Posted on June 16, 2021

Fold Hill Foods has taken precautionary action to recall several dry cat food diets due to safety concerns. This is a result of a concerning spike detected by the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) in the number of pancytopenia cases in cats throughout the UK.

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We're all ears when it comes to your rabbit

Posted on June 15, 2021

Every year we celebrate Rabbit Awareness Week, a week dedicated to our rabbits. This year is the 15th year of the celebration, where we will be hopping through the years, as we provide you with the best information about how to care for your rabbit and how adapting their care throughout their years will help your bunnies live happily and healthily into their golden years.

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The importance of microchipping your pet

Posted on June 10, 2021

Keeping our pets safe is important to all of us as pet owners. They trust us with their care and protection and microchipping can help with keeping them safe. A microchip identifies your pet as belonging to you.

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Kennel cough myths and facts

Posted on June 08, 2021

The very name ‘kennel cough’ suggest that dogs are only at risk of contracting this airborne disease if you put them into boarding kennels, while you go on holiday for example. It’s for this reason that many pet owners don’t get their dog vaccinated, because they don’t see the disease as a risk. Here we look at some myths and facts about kennel cough.

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August bank holiday opening hours

Posted on June 07, 2021

Whether you are heading to the coast, off on a walking adventure or taking it easy at home this bank holiday, we just wanted to let you that our opening hours may differ, should you need us:

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Grass seed dangers to cats and dogs

Posted on June 03, 2021

Grass seeds are a common problem during the spring and summer months. While your pet explores the outdoors, grass seed can easily brush off the tops of long grass stems onto their bodies. The seeds have pointed ends and are exceptionally sharp, so they become trapped in your pet’s fur and due to their shape they can only travel in one direction. This means they can often penetrate skin or move into ears.

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Exercising your puppy and kitten

Posted on May 10, 2021

Puppies and kittens often have endless amounts of energy and enthusiasm, this is a great way to view the world, and we should encourage this optimism to help create confident cats and dogs. Harnessing this energy into appropriate exercise regimes will also result in happier, healthier pets.

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Top 10 hazards to watch out for this summertime to protect your pets

Posted on May 07, 2021

Summer brings longer days, warmer climates, new adventures and outdoor socialising, which with pets in tow, can be made even more enjoyable! However, when the temperatures rise, the dangers to our pets increase too. To keep pets safe, you should be aware of potential hazards, as well as some top tips to help prevent your pet from endangering themselves throughout the summer months.

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Guinea pig space requirements

Posted on April 23, 2021

Did you know that there are guidelines for minimum space requirements for housing guinea pigs? 🐹

We have pulled together some guidelines for you to ensure that your guinea pigs have the space they need to keep fit and healthy.

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Ear mites in cats and dogs

Posted on April 08, 2021

The ear mite, Otodectes Cynotis, is a mite that lives on dogs, cats, rabbits, and ferrets. It is typically found in the ear canal but can also live on the skin of your pet. Ear mites are caught through direct contact with another carrier animal. The mite may be seen as a white speck, about the size of a pinhead, moving against a dark background.

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Protect your pet against kennel cough

Posted on April 08, 2021

Does your dog come into regular contact with other dogs? Maybe out on walks, at the park, or when they’re staying in kennels? If so, we’d highly recommend a Kennel Cough vaccine or booster.

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Bacterial skin infections in dogs

Posted on March 30, 2021

Bacterial skin infections can have many causes, such as allergies. Regardless of the reason, skin infections require swift action by pet owners as they cause itching and pain. Some dogs are more vulnerable to develop bacterial skin infections than others.

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Tips and advice for new puppy owners

Posted on March 30, 2021

As we get closer to COVID-19 related restrictions being slowly relaxed you’ll be looking forward to getting out and about more with your new puppy. Or, perhaps you’re thinking of buying a new puppy as life returns back to some kind of normal? Whatever your circumstances, we’ve put together a few tips for all new puppy parents.

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May and Spring Bank Holiday opening hours

Posted on March 25, 2021

With two welcomed bank holiday weekends in May, we wanted to let you know that our opening hours will vary from our usual times. Please see below our opening times and our out of hours contact number(s):

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Travelling in the UK

Posted on March 25, 2021

If you're planning on getting out and about in the UK this summer, whether just for the day or for a longer period, we have some tips and advice for you and your pet.

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The importance of parasite prevention

Posted on March 25, 2021

Parasite prevention is an integral part of taking good care of your cat or dog. Parasites also pose a threat to human health. Some pet parasites cause zoonotic infections, which means they can be transferred from pets to people.

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The importance of microchipping your pet

Posted on March 24, 2021

Keeping our pets safe is important to all of us as pet owners. They trust us with their care and protection and, as well as feeding, exercising and cuddling them, that includes identifying them so that we can be reunited if we are parted.

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Protect your pet from the sun

Posted on March 24, 2021

As we head into the summer months and temperatures start rising, it’s important to remember that your pets are most vulnerable at this time to many injuries and illnesses which are brought on by hot weather, including sunburn, foot pad burns, dehydration and the most dangerous of all, heatstroke.

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Easter opening hours

Posted on February 23, 2021

With Easter just around the corner, our opening hours will vary from our usual times. Please see below our opening times over the Bank Holiday weekend.

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Tick, flea, and worm prevention for dogs

Posted on February 21, 2021

Your beloved dog is at risk of contracting parasites as they are ever-present in our environment, but you can keep your pet safe by regularly providing them with tick, flea and worm treatment.

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Tick, flea, and worm prevention for cats

Posted on February 20, 2021

Your feline friend can always be at risk of contracting parasites with them being ever-present in our environment. However, regularly providing them with tick, flea... read more

Pet skin conditions

Posted on February 19, 2021

Skin disease is quite common amongst pets, as up to 25% of small animal consultations relate to skin issues.

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How do you show your pet affection?

Posted on February 13, 2021

Showing your pet that you love and care for them doesn’t have to be complicated. We have pulled together some simple ideas of ways to show your pet that you love them.

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Rabbit dental care

Posted on January 26, 2021

Unlike domestic dogs and cats, a rabbit's teeth never stop growing and can grow nearly 2mm a week. Wild rabbits adapt for this growth by chewing daily on coarse grass and other vegetation that helps to wear down the crowns of their teeth. Pet rabbits are not typically offered access to the same type of vegetation and often consume dry pellets as the bulk of their diet.

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Advice on grooming your cat or dog at home

Posted on January 24, 2021

Grooming is an important part of pet welfare and wellbeing and should be carried out regularly.

Spending time grooming your dog or cat can benefit your own mental health and improve your relationship with them. It is a good idea to start getting your pets used to grooming from an early age.

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Nutritional advice for dogs and cats

Posted on January 22, 2021

When we think about weight management in pets it can be easy to focus on their exercise routine and how active they might, or might not, be. However, getting them out for their daily walk is only part of it, and in fact what they eat from one day to the next plays an equally important role.

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Pet passports no longer valid from 1 January 2021

Posted on January 20, 2021

You can no longer use a pet passport issued in Great Britain (England, Wales and Scotland) for travel to an EU country or Northern Ireland. You can still use a pet passport issued in an EU country or Northern Ireland.

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Starting your puppy off right!

Posted on January 20, 2021

If you've recently got a new puppy, you may be wondering how to give them the best start to life. According to Dogs Trust, the first four months of a puppy's life are crucial. It is when they learn what to make of all the things they experience in the world.

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Tooth Brushing Guide for Small Animals

Posted on December 18, 2020

Brushing is by far the best method of keeping your pet's teeth clean and is more successful if taken in stages. Ideally, it would help if you brushed your dog's teeth at least once daily or three times per week at a minimum to help remove plaque and prevent tartar build-up.

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January is National Walk Your Dog Month

Posted on December 17, 2020

If you’re a dog owner, you’ll know that every month is walk your dog month; our canine friends need regular exercise all year round! But during January – with the enjoyment of Christmas a distant memory, the cold weather continuing, and those dreaded January blues to deal with – it can be tempting to put off walking your dog.

Walking your dog can bring benefits for both of you, which can be especially important in January, so our advice is to embrace this time of year.

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Physiotherapy for senior pets

Posted on November 27, 2020

There are a variety of complementary treatments available to help our senior pets, one of these being physiotherapy. Below we take a closer look at physiotherapy as a therapy and the benefits it can have for your pet.

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Important information

Posted on November 25, 2020

Please note we will be implementing a price change from

1st January 2021

A price list is available in the practice. If you have any questions, please speak to a member of the team.

Thank you for your continued support.

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Antibiotic awareness week

Posted on November 21, 2020

Supported by the World Health Organisation (WHO), Antimicrobial Awareness Week aims to increase awareness of global antimicrobial resistance (AMR) and to encourage best practices among clinicians, policy makers and also the public to avoid the further emergence and spread of drug-resistant infections.

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Focus on Osteoarthritis in Dogs

Posted on November 20, 2020

With the onset of colder weather, certain conditions that affect our pets can start to worsen. One of these conditions is Osteoarthritis (or OA for short) and below we take a closer look at the disorder and what can be done if your dog is diagnosed with it.

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Exercising your pet in the house in colder months

Posted on November 19, 2020

As the weather gets colder, you and your pet may be spending more time indoors on the sofa. The lack of exercise can have a negative impact on the physical and mental wellbeing of both you and your pet. With ongoing limitations to outdoor activities because of COVID-19, knowing how to keep your pet fit at home could help keep them healthy and happy.

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Road Safety Week

Posted on November 16, 2020

From 16-22 November, it is Road Safety Week in the UK. This week aims to inspire the country to take action on road safety, promoting lifesaving and awareness around speeding. When walking your dog, you should be extra careful, especially around this winter season.

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Holiday season opening hours 2020

Posted on November 05, 2020

With Christmas 2020 around the corner and so much uncertainty we wanted to ensure we had our opening times for the festive period in place for you.

Please see below our opening times over Christmas and New Year.

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Halloween awareness

Posted on October 23, 2020

Halloween can be a fun-filled time of the year for all the family; however, the many unfamiliar sights and sounds can make it a stressful occasion for our pets. Therefore, we have focussed on a few points to be aware of as we approach the day itself:

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5 benefits to joining our Pet Health Plan

Posted on October 19, 2020

As pet owners we all want the best for our four-legged friends, but we also know that pet ownership can be expensive. By becoming a member of our Pet Health Plan you can spread the cost of essential healthcare and save money.

Here are five great reasons for you and your pet to sign up today!

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Keeping your pets safe this autumn

Posted on October 05, 2020

The change of season from summer to autumn sees lots of changes in nature and our surroundings – greens turn to rust and gold, leaves fall and summer flowers give way to berries. As always there are things we need to be aware of that may affect our pets and their wellbeing. Here are some things to look out for this autumn.

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World Heart Day 29th September 2020

Posted on September 28, 2020

We celebrate World Heart Day today on 29 September 2020. This is the world’s biggest awareness-raising platform for cardiovascular disease (CVD) which is accountable for nearly half of all non-communicable disease deaths in humans.

Did you know that heart conditions affect our pets too? Within our group of practices, we have cardiology specialists available who investigate all aspects of heart disease.

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How to ensure your dog is a healthy weight

Posted on September 24, 2020

Dogs, like humans, can be prone to gaining weight. This in turn can cause health problems like diabetes, osteoarthritis, heart and respiratory problems, and could reduce your dog’s life expectancy. Here we look at some tips to help get your pet pooch in good physical shape.

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Introducing a new pet into the household

Posted on September 18, 2020

Getting a new pet is an exciting experience, and naturally, you are keen to get them back home to begin life as part of the family. However, for your new pet this can be a very stressful occasion, therefore it is important to ensure that you have fully prepared for their arrival and take things nice and slow to make their integration into your home a successful one. We have put together some top tips below that we believe will help you through the process.

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Do you ever wonder why your pet needs its annual boosters?

Posted on September 13, 2020

You’re probably aware that when you get a puppy or kitten, you’re going to need to visit the vet for vaccinations, flea and tick prevention and other treatments. However, to maintain your pet’s health and wellbeing, regular trips to the vets are recommended. Annual vaccinations or boosters are important to protect your pet against preventable diseases and discomfort. Here we explore some of the common questions, and myths, around the annual visit for vaccination…

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Senior pets focus

Posted on September 10, 2020

As we age, we begin to experience certain health conditions that are linked to getting older. The same is true for our pets; the only difference being that they are unable to tell us if they are not feeling well. That’s why it is important to be looking out for any signs and symptoms that could highlight that something isn’t quite right.

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Basic first aid for pets

Posted on September 04, 2020

Whenever your pet becomes ill or injured, it is always a stressful situation for both you and your companion. That is why we wanted to provide you with some guidance on how you can act, and what you can do to help, when these incidents occur.

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Phone Issues

Posted on August 16, 2020

We are currently experiencing problems with our telephone system. If you have an emergency situation with your pet please call our out of hours service on 01483 346373 or 01483 414747. Apologies we are currently looking into this system fault.

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How grass seeds can be dangerous to pets

Posted on August 16, 2020

During warm summer months grass seeds are a common danger to your dogs, and at times cats too. These seeds can cause a lot of pain, discomfort, infection and more complex health issues.

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Pet travel to Europe from 1 January 2021

Posted on August 14, 2020

If you’re planning on taking your pet to an EU Country after 1 January 2021, there’s some important information you need to know.

Before your dog, cat or ferret can travel for the first time after this date, you’ll need to start taking the following steps four months before you’re planning to travel …

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Taking your dog out in public

Posted on July 24, 2020

The daily walk forms an important part of our dog’s routine; a chance for them to stretch their legs (and ours!). As it’s something we do every day, we may not always be aware of some of the rules and restrictions in place when we wander through the park or woodland.

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Camping with your dog

Posted on July 10, 2020

Have your holiday plans this summer taken on a different look and feel? Are you swapping sunbeds and sand for…well, a field? Camping and caravanning is the holiday trend for summer 2020. Many campsites are fully prepared to safely cater for families over the coming months and the great news is, many are happy to welcome our dogs too!

If this is the first time you’ve camped with your dog, this checklist might be a useful reminder about what to pack.

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Adopt a pet – save a life

Posted on June 26, 2020

If recent months meant you put your new pet plans on hold, you may now be starting to put the wheels in motion to extend your family and welcome a new member. Many people Google reputable breeders or consider designer dogs based on celebrity social media profiles, however, considering adopting a rescue animal can be hugely rewarding.

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Advice on helping injured wildlife in the summer

Posted on June 25, 2020

As we transition from lockdown, more of us are exploring the outdoors with our pets in the summer weather. With increased time outside, the chances of coming across injured or sick wildlife also multiply. If you encounter a wild animal in need, it can be hard to know what to do. Wild animals can be very unpredictable if approached by humans, especially when they are frightened or injured.

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Caring for your cat - An owner’s guide

Posted on June 18, 2020

Many of us are spending more time at home than we normally would, and you may be wondering if and how this may affect your feline friends. Below we have put together some useful hints and tips to help you create the perfect home environment, with some child-friendly activities included to keep both your children and cats occupied, all year round, but particularly during the summer months.

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Diabetes Week - 8 to 14 June 2020

Posted on June 05, 2020

During Diabetes Week, we wanted to raise awareness and share some advice about how you can help your pet by understanding what diabetes is, the causes and how to recognise the symptoms.

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COVID-19 and Pets

Posted on April 09, 2020

COVID-19 is much in the news, and some reports are based on fact, others speculation. We don’t have all the answers, but we do have some advice for you as a pet owner – or someone who spends a lot of time around pets – here’s what you should know:

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Alder Vets COVID-19 FAQs

Posted on April 02, 2020

In light of the current COVID-19 situation, we have pulled together a list of the frequently asked questions.

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Alder Vets COVID-19 Updates

Posted on March 31, 2020

We are focusing our efforts on the pets in urgent need of our care and are only physically open for urgent and emergency cases.

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Alder Vets COVID-19 (coronavirus) update

Posted on March 16, 2020

We remain committed to delivering exceptional care to your pet, while doing our part to reduce the spread of respiratory illness (in particular, COVID-19 coronavirus), including careful monitoring of the health and wellbeing of our staff.

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Raising money for Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY)

Posted on January 30, 2020

Our Head Vet Sarah Ramsey is doing a challenge a month this year to raise money for

Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY). She has just completed her first one at the weekend running a 15km trail race with her dog!

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Emergency contact details today

Posted on January 26, 2020

We are having some electrical work done meaning our phones won’t be working this afternoon. If you have an emergency situation with your pet please... read more

Pet first aid event

Posted on November 20, 2019

Alder Vets are delighted to announce that we will be holding a pet first aid event in aid of CRY - Cardiac Risk in the Young.

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Car Park Maintenance

Posted on August 15, 2019

Our car park and access road are being repaired tomorrow. There will be no access to the car park from Thursday evening (15th) until 22nd... read more

Changes to Pet Travel in the event of a ‘No-Deal’ Brexit

Posted on November 08, 2018

Pet owners will still be able to travel to Europe with their pet after the UK leaves the EU, whatever the outcome of the Brexit negotiations. However, in the event of no deal, you may need to take some additional steps to be able to travel with your pet to the EU.

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Surrey Game and Country Fair

Posted on September 18, 2017

Alder Vets will be at the Surrey Game and Country Fair on Sunday 24th September 2017 at Loseley Park near Guildford, GU3 1HS

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Phones

Posted on August 23, 2017

Our phones are currently down please email [email protected] and we will get back to you as soon as possible. Apologies for the inconvenience.

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Laparoscopic (Keyhole) Spay

Posted on August 16, 2016

We are proud to announce that we are now able to offer laparoscopic bitch spays at our sister practice Crofts Vets in Haslemere

"Keyhole" or laparoscopy has been widely used for many years in human surgery for many procedures due to its clear advantages when compared to traditional open surgery.

At Crofts Vets, we are proud to announce that we are now able to offer this minimally-invasive surgery for our patients and also referrals from other vets.

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Easter opening times

Posted on February 29, 2016

We are open over the Easter weekend for routine appointments and emergencies.

Please see the opening times page for more details.

Compulsory Microchipping

Posted on January 27, 2016

From the 6th of April 2016, all dogs must be microchipped and registered to an approved database by the time they are 8 weeks old... read more

Alders Pet Health Plans

Posted on January 22, 2015

Alders Pet Health Plan provides you with the support you need to help your pet stay healthy.

Regular visits mean we have the opportunity to administer necessary vaccinations and up-to-date worming and flea treatments. In addition, the clinical examination provides you with peace of mind, as we carefully monitor the general health of your pet and offer advice, support and treatment planning. This can prevent problems in the future.

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Parvo Alert

Posted on December 31, 2014

Unfortunately, we have had 3 dogs (from 2 separate families), presented to our clinic in the last 24 hours who were severely ill. All ... read more

G-paws now in stock!

Posted on December 10, 2014

G-PAWS is a lightweight, robust and weatherproof GPS recorder light enough (12g) to be worn by cats, dogs, and even ferrets.

Using an ultra-sensitive multi... read more

Bank Holiday Opening Hours

Posted on August 19, 2014

We are now open spring and summer bank holidays (as well as Sundays all year round)!

Alder Vets are the only veterinary practice in the area... read more

Introducing RidgeStop™ – Floating Kneecap Treatment

Posted on May 27, 2014

Alder Vets are pleased to offer a cutting edge new technique for the treatment of “Floating Kneecap”

RidgeStop™ is a novel surgical technique for treatment of patellar luxation (floating kneecap). This is a simple, affordable alternative to sulcoplasty surgery that can be used alone, as the sole treatment for patella luxation, or as an adjunct to re-alignment operations.

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Alabama Rot

Posted on February 25, 2014

Idiopathic cutaneous in Surrey

As you may have heard there has been another case of Alabama Rot in Surrey. The owner of the flat coated retriever... read more

Worming Offer Buy 3 Get 1 Free!

Posted on January 09, 2014

You may not be able to see them, but the eggs or larvae of intestinal worms could be in your garden. Intestinal worms can cause... read more

Puppy Farming

Posted on October 03, 2013

Unrepeatable breeders are out there

Don't fall victim to the unrepeatable breeders - they are out there.

Sadly, there has been a significant rise in the number... read more

Our team building day

Posted on March 03, 2013

See what we got up to on our last team building day – 4 vets and 5 nurses from the practice did the NUTS Challenge on 3rd March!

  • Alder Veterinary Practice
  • 137 Worplesdon Road
  • Guildford
  • Surrey
  • GU2 9XA
  • Telephone: 01483 536036