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  

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 with […]

What’s in the Gilmoor Summer Newsletter?   Getting off to the best start! Could it be kennel cough? Dental Alert! Handling heat – summer survival guide! Guinea pigs are great!   Download our Summer newsletter here Gillmoor Vets Summer Newsletter 2019

Rabbit Awareness Week (RAW) 1st – 9th JUNE 2019 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, vaccines and the five freedoms that rabbits need to live happy and healthy lives.     Five Welfare […]

  This year we are raising awareness around Rabbit Viral Haemorrhagic Disease 2 (RVHD2). RVHD2 is a new variant of RVHD1 and is often fatal.Many rabbits in the UK are not vaccinated against this deadly disease and are therefore at risk. This year we are asking all rabbit owners in the UK to make sure […]

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 […]

May is Pet Dental Health Month   Did you know that periodontal disease is the most common dental condition in dogs and cats with most pets showing early signs by 3? Mouth odour can be the first sign of dental disease which can lead to health risks and potential damage not only to your pets’ […]

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 pressure pills), antidepressants and pain medications. Many of these exposures were due to people dropping their medication when preparing to take it, and before they knew it, […]

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