News from Scarsdale Pets
Our Duffield Practice is the longest standing Scarsdale branch. It is based in an old cottage on Town Street in the heart of the village. Find out more about the practice.
This month we asked Julie Scales, one of our Referral Secretaries about her passion outside of work. To say that Julie is a keen cyclist is an understatement – read more.
Training dogs to come back when called is all about having a good positive relationship with your dog. Kat Johnson RVN shares her top tips.
Emma Murphy RVN explains more about hyperthyroidism, a common illness in older cats, caused by an over active thyroid gland, and the use of radioiodine treatment to prevent it.
Earlier this week, the students of The University of Nottingham School of Veterinary Medicine and Science graduated, and will no be embarking on the next stage of their careers as vets. We would like to pass on our congratulations and best wishes for the future to all the Class of 2017.
We have had a busy summer so far with local events. Being part of our local community is very important to us, so we were delighted to get the chance to go out and about to local events.
We like to introduce you to a member of our team on a regular basis. This month we find out about Debbie Woodhouse, Senior Veterinary Nurse working at Pride Veterinary Centre.
Enter our VIP Pet Competition to be in with a chance of winning one year of VIP Pet Club membership. View the full competition details and enter.
We all enjoy the hot summer months – even if they are few and far between! Vet Sanduni Senaratne shares her tips for keeping your pet safe in warmer weather
1 in 3 dogs and 1 in 4 cats in the UK are overweight. Helen Bridge offers her top tips for managing your pet’s weight. Read the full list.