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 […]

  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, […]

  September is Animal Pain Awareness Month. It helps educate and inform pet owners about animal discomfort. The goal is to help pet owners learn about their pets’ health and well-being when it comes to pain management. Animals suffer from pain just like people do. Pain comes in many forms: surgical pain, arthritis and cancer […]

  **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 […]

    This week is puppy awareness week from the 4th – 11th of September and we will be giving you our top tips. 1. Choosing your puppy. Do your research. Research prevents dogs from ending up in rescue centres. Are you compatible? Does your lifestyle have the flexibility for a puppy? These are things […]

  We now offer RVHD2 vaccinations!   We offer yearly Myxomatosis and RVHD1 vaccinations. Since there are now two strains of the RVHD virus there are also two vaccines available. The myxo-RVHD1 combination and the RVHD2 vaccine require annual boosting. For rabbits receiving both vaccines there must be a two week interval between the two vaccinations.   Many of […]

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