In order to support the most vulnerable in our community Gilmoor Vets will be changing the way they provide veterinary care over the following weeks   We will be continuing to operate a daytime emergency service from all the Gilmoor vets sites and we hope this will continue throughout the crisis so as to provide […]

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’s in the Gilmoor Winter Newsletter?   Should i have my pet neutered? Brrr! In winter, fleas don’t flee! Ear Ear! Watch out for ear disease! Winter survival guide! Alabama Rot   Download our Winter newsletter here Gilmoor Vets Winter Newsletter 2019  

      Christmas is a time to spend with your loved one, fluffy or not, so you don’t want to be spending your valuable free time or extra pennies at the vets. There are many things to avoid preventing an unwanted and possibly expensive trip.     Food Grapes and raisins: Grape and raisins […]

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 […]

What’s in the Gilmoor Autumn Newsletter?   Arthritis – is your pet affected? The tooth about rabbit teeth! Autumn Alert! Feline SOS! Chipping away!   Download our Autumn newsletter here Gillmoor Vets Autumn Newsletter 2019  

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