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.
With a hot summer on the horizon it's important to start making a plan for your small and squeaky pet. Rabbits and guinea pigs are at great risk of heat stroke in the summer months. In a wild situation they would regulate their body temperature through avoidance. Simply put, they disappear underground to a level that provides them with an appropriate temperature. When they cannot escape the heat they very quickly start to struggle. They do not sweat or pant as other animals d