What’s in the Gilmoor Vets Summer newsletter?   Keeping your pet healthy in 2018! Tick borne disease alert! Don’t get hacked off with kennel cough! Gorgeous guinea pigs! Thyroid problems – is your pet affected? Don’t ignore lumps and bumps!   Download our Spring newsletter here Gilmoor Vets Summer 2018  

Summer time is a wonderful time; beautiful weather, longer days, time off with the family but it can be potentially deadly for our pets. Here are some of the top hazards, what to look out for and how to help your pet in its hour of need. Bee & Wasp Stings – Most stings, like […]

It’s Pet Allergy Week (PAW) from the 18th – 24th June, raising awareness for dogs and cats with allergies. DOES YOUR PET HAVE ALLERGIES? Ear and skin problems? Hair loss? Skin Irritation? Low energy levels? Digestive problems? Gastrointestinal problems (such as diarrhoea & vomiting) There is a wide range of issues which can lead your […]

Rabbit Awareness Week (RAW) 2nd – 10th  June Rabbit awareness week is about how we can support the welfare of rabbits, this plays a huge part in helping to raise awareness about their correct dietary needs and the five freedoms that rabbits need to live happy and healthy lives.     Five Welfare Needs The […]

Do you know what a veterinary nurse does? May is veterinary nurse awareness month, a month when we celebrate the hard work our nurses do behind the scenes and to spread the word about the importance of the veterinary nurse role within the veterinary practice and the provision of responsible pet care to the general public. Here […]

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    What’s in the Gilmoor Vets Spring newsletter?   Keeping your pet healthy in 2018! Tick borne disease alert! Don’t get hacked off with kennel cough! Gorgeous guinea pigs! Thyroid problems – is your pet affected? Don’t ignore lumps and bumps!   Download our Spring newsletter here Gilmoor Vets Spring 2018  

  Alabama Rot is on the rise once again in the UK! CRGV, commonly known as Alabama Rot, is a canine disease that causes problems with skin, blood vessels and the kidneys.   Signs to look out for: Swelling Skin sores Patches of red skin Lesions Hair loss Reduced appetite and vomiting These lesions are […]

  **Please be aware graphic image content**   This is Izzy’s story She is an 8-year-old miniature pinscher who gave her owners quite the scare.   Izzy’s owners had let her outside for her usual nightly wee. However, when she returned, they noticed she was bleeding heavily from her face and brought her straight in […]

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