News from Scarsdale Pets
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Travel with your pet to the EU will still be possible after March 29th 2019, however you may need to take some additional steps in the event of a no deal Brexit.
Book your place on our Senior Pet Talk Evening with Paul Uglow from Norbrook on Wednesday 21st November. Call our Stapenhill practice on 01283 568162 to reserve your free place.
Get your pet’s vaccinations back on track this November by taking advantage of Scarsdale Vets’ vaccine amnesty. Your pet can benefit from a course of two primary vaccinations for the cost of a booster.
Firework season can be an extremely stressful time for our pets. We explain ways in which you can help your pet this firework season, including: providing a den, maintaining a normal routine and the best times of day for walks
Carolyn explains more about this month’s poisonous plant of the month – onions. She explains why they are toxic and which animals are susceptible.
Watery eyes, frequent blinking, squinting or pawing at their eyes, may all be signs that your cat’s eye is painful. Sarah Constable explains more about the signs and symptoms to look out for.
Learn some interesting facts about our feline friends!
Since 6th April 2016 it has been the law that all dogs must be microchipped – unfortunately no such law applies to cats. Sarah Constable explains why getting your cat microchipped is important.
Hyperthyroidism is a common condition in older cats where excessive levels of thyroid hormones are produced from the thyroid. Learn more about the clinical signs and treatment options.