This quarter the Hungerford Vets Newsletter discusses the importance of using the right flea and tick treatments and includes articles on understanding how old your pet is in human years, value of blood screening and neutering your feline friends.
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The sound of the dog biscuit tin opening or the shake of the cats food box and pets come running even if they are in the deepest of sleeps! In this newsletter we look at Otitis a condition that affects pets ears.
Late summer and autumn time conjure up visions of gathering crops and blackberry picking, but it is also the time when the troublesome harvest mites can cause major irritation for our cats and dogs! The adult mite lives in plants and other vegetation, but the larvae (Trombicula autumnalis) are at the stage in their life […]
Long, hot and sunny days create plenty of activity in the great outdoors, where we and our pets head for during the warmer months. Whether it be on the beach, in our own gardens, the park or countryside, just as with other seasons in the year, there are a few factors to take into consideration […]
First, may I reassure you that if you have a Pet Healthcare Plan with Hungerford Vets, it will continue to operate going forward with the same benefits and on the same basis. The only change that affects you is that as we are moving the administration in-house we need to take payment for your plan through […]
An opportunity has arisen for a vet to join our friendly team at a well-respected, SA practice with Hospital status. We are looking for an enthusiastic and confident vet who can contribute to our continuing success. Experience in surgery preferred. Purpose built, well equipped hospital; recent winner of BVHA design award Located at the centre […]
Cats normally appear quite relaxed creatures, but our feline friends can suffer from hypertension, more commonly known as high blood pressure. This can occur in those who have an underlying problem such as diabetes, over-active thyroid gland, heart or kidney disease. Older cats may also develop hypertension, and this can unfortunately cause suddenblindness , because the retina […]
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