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Please find below some products which we hope you will find interesting. Also some information which may be helpful. As always if you have any questions regarding anything in this newsletter, please give the practice a call and we will be happy to help

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Advice on Out of Hours cover

We offer a dedicated emergency service . The service operates to look after your pet 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days of the year. We have a team of Vets and Nurses dealing solely with emergency and hospitalised cases. Should your pet need to be hospitalised for emergency care overnight it will be supervised by...
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Focus on urine marking in cats

clip_image015 The classic urine marking posture which most of you will be familiar with is depicted below. The cat backs up to a vertical surface and stands with an erect quivering tail and deposits urine forcefully against the surface. This is commonly called “spraying”. When the cat does this it is intended to impart information about itself to any other...
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Grooming

clip_image013 At this time of year our pets are naturally loosing that heavy winter coat and don’t we know about it!! As well as a full range of combs and brushes we also stock a product called Moult Master. This takes much more of the loose coat out than regular brushes can and therefore really helps to reduce the amount...
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Speaking of entertaining…..

clip_image005 We have both doggy and kitty bubbles in stock. If your dog or cat enjoy chasing and catching, these will keep your pet fit and active, even if the weather doesn’t live up to expectations. The kitty bubbles have an added bonus of being catnip flavoured too. Another way of entertaining your pets and providing them with something to...
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Ice lollies, but better!!

clip_image004 Kongs not only make great fetch and chew toys but are also superb for making your dog a cooling and boredom busting treat. Simply fill them with some wet dog food or some other food your dog likes, freeze, and you have a treat which will entertain your dog for some time, and help to cool at the same...
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Cooling dog coats

clip_image002 Yes these coats actually cool your dog down. Simply immerse the coat in water for a couple of minutes squeeze out excess and the coat is ready to use. The moisture is retained inside the coat so that your dog doesn’t get wet. Coats are made of 100% synthetic material which makes them light and easily cared for.
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