Please note: Due to current circumstances we have had to make some alterations to how we work. We ask that when you arrive at the clinic please remain outside the building , or in your car, and call reception to notify us you have arrived. We are currently allowing one owner per animal into each consultation.
If you have any questions about how we are managing this situation, please call a receptionist to discuss. Thank you for your patience and understanding in this challenging time.
You're sitting on the couch at the end of a long day patting your dog. As you stroke along his belly you feel something different and new. There is a lump there. It's small and it doesn't seem to be bothering him. He seems quite happy and well in himself. But this lump... should you be worried? Well, yes. Until tested that lump could be anything from nothing very much through to something quite scary. Until proven to not be a problem it's very reasonable to be concerned. A lu
Summer is the season for seeds! Pointy, spiky, prickly grass seeds that can worm their way into feet and ears and eyes and under skin and be oh so ouchy ouchy. Our furry friends all too often pick up seeds when frolicking around in the great outdoors. These grass seeds are very well designed to only move forwards. Tiny, sharp and very irritant barbs on the seeds prevent backwards motion. They are also designed to creep forwards in response to friction and movement surrounding