What’s in the Gilmoor Autumn Newsletter?   Parasites: Don’t get caught on the hop! Focus on tick-borne diseases Autumn aches Autumn hazards! Lump alert!   Download our Autumn newsletter here Gilmoor Vets Autumn Newsletter 2020    

What’s in the Gilmoor Summer Newsletter?   Dentistry: getting to the root of the problem Insurance – is your pet protected? Don’t get the summertime blues! Rabbit vaccines….we’re not just rabbiting on! Caring for older cats   Download our Summer newsletter here Gilmoor Vets Summer Newsletter 2020    

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 […]

  Helping Pets Protecting clients and protecting staff through the coronavirus crisis Dear Gilmoor Vets client. It is with great hope that all the team at Gilmoor Vets listen to the information about passing the peak of this coronavirus crisis and hopefully being able to move towards some sort of normality. We have missed seeing […]

Dear Rabbit Owners Due to Covid-19, the guidance from the government encourages us all to “stay home and stay safe”. Veterinary practices have been allowed to stay open providing emergency care only during this time. This means that we are still here for you if your pet is unwell or in pain but we are […]

March is pet poisons prevention awareness month. Understanding what potential harmful poisons exist in your home and garden is the first step to keeping your pet safe. Top 10 Most Frequently Reported Poison Dangers for pets:    Prescription Human Medications The top three types of medications that animals were exposed to include: heart medications (blood […]

What’s in the Gilmoor Spring Newsletter?   Spring tick alert! Could it be Kennel Cough? Be worm aware! Spring into action! Can you pinch an inch?   Download our Spring newsletter here Gilmoor Vets Spring Newsletter 2020  

  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 […]

What is diabetes? Diabetes is a serious, life-long health condition that is caused by a lack of the hormone insulin or an inadequate response to insulin. Insulin is secreted by the pancreas and when a pet does not produce insulin or cannot utilise it normally, blood sugar levels elevate resulting in hyperglycaemia. If left untreated, […]

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