Feeling Frosty? How to keep your pet warm in Winter

While we attempt to keep our body temperature over 12 degrees, let’s not forget about our four-legged friends as winter warmer ideas can help all family members! 

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20% Off Desexing - June to August

Get 20% off desexing by registering at Operation Wanted! Offer valid from 1st June to 31st August 2019.

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The top five reasons to care about your pet’s dental health!

We humans take our teeth very seriously! Despite the dreaded visits to the dentist, nothing beats a pearly white smile. The same goes for our furry friends! 

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Dental diseases in cats

Keeping our pearly whites strong and healthy takes a lot of work. Brushing twice a day, flossing and the list goes on. Who doesn’t love a trip to the dentist twice (if we are really good) a year?

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Changes to our Opening Hours

We have recently changed our opening hours! If you have any questions about this change, please call our clinic and one of our friendly team members will be able to help you out.  

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Meet Hunter

Meet our patient of the month Hunter! Hunter is feeling happy and healthy after her recent dental procedure with us.

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Beware of Rat Bait around the home

Rat bait is unfortunately commonly used to control unwanted mice or rats around the perimeter of our properties.

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Getting rid of the pesky flea!

The most common cause of itching, including scratching and biting the rump area, tail and back legs, in dogs and cats is the flea.

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Keep your pet up to date with flea prevention

Fleas can cause irritation and itching to dogs and cats. They can also cause flea allergy dermatitis that can cause hair loss and self-harm.

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Cognitive dysfunction in older dogs

A few weeks back, I assisted a conference on cognitive dysfunction in older patients. It was eye opening. It made me realise how certain behaviours which myself and clients were actually considering normal old age changes, were in fact part of a much more serious condition which can actually be delayed and partially controlled: cognitive dysfunction.

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