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  • Guinea pigs

    Guinea pigs are not mini rabbits

    This may seem an obvious statement, but from a medical perspective it's very important. One example of the differences between ...

    15th July 2021

  • flystrike bunny

    Myiasis in rabbits

    I am hoping as I write this that we can look forward to some hot summer weather. I am not ...

    1st July 2021

  • Muffin leaping

    Stop silent suffering

    Cats are not good at letting us know when they are in pain. As cats get older, many develop joint ...

    27th May 2021

  • Rat

    Rat respiratory problems

    Lima was having trouble breathing. She is just three months old, one of a new pair of pet rats. She ...

    29th April 2021

  • Dog walk

    Protect your dogs

    I never know how much to trust social media. But I suppose I would be a fool to ignore the ...

    28th January 2021

  • bunnies

    Boredom in rabbits

    Are you getting cabin-fever yet? We’ve been back in lockdown again for just two weeks, and, for some, it’s already ...

    19th November 2020

  • mewes pumpkin

    Exciting times are approaching

    Halloween and Bonfire Night both fall within a week, and each present our pets with possible issues. I have just ...

    29th October 2020

  • urine sample

    What is cystocentesis?

    Medical stuff is not always polite. We are taught as children not to put anything (at all!) up our noses, ...

    24th September 2020

  • Rowan berries

    Autumn fruits and pet poisoning

    Last week we received an urgent call. Milo the three month old cockerpoo puppy had been stung in the mouth ...

    17th September 2020

  • Muffin

    This Saturday 8th August, is International Cat Day

    As a vet I am receiving lots of invitations to attend webinars and onlineprofessional discussions to improve my understanding of ...

    6th August 2020

  • hedgehog

    A sick hedgehog was brought into the Clinic last Saturday

    He had been found wandering in the road in daytime, by a passerby. She knew that hedgehogs are nocturnal, and ...

    23rd July 2020

  • bbq

    Hot Weather

    The longest day of the year passed last weekend at the summer solstice. High summer is a glorious time, but ...

    25th June 2020

  • Stumpy

    Welfare needs of pets

    Late May brings back memories of exams. Thirty plus years ago I was seated alone, in front of three examiners ...

    28th May 2020

  • hedgehog

    Hedgehog Awareness Week

    This week is hedgehog awareness week. It started for me with a phone call from a person who had found ...

    7th May 2020

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    New arrival in the family?

    Many families are taking advantage of the lock down to start a long term relationship - with a new pet. ...

    30th April 2020

  • alabamarot

    Alabama Rot strikes in Burgess Hill

    Earlier this month we were made aware of a probable case of Alabama Rot in a dog visiting a vets ...

    26th March 2020

  • Covid-19

    Can I catch COVID-19 from my pet?

    I have been asked this question a few times, and the current understanding at the time of writing is that ...

    19th March 2020

  • Spring bunny

    Get bunnies leaping in to the sunshine

    This weekend we have a leap day to enjoy. Created by Julius Caesar in 45BC to balance out the calendar, ...

    27th February 2020

  • Muffin

    It would be cruel to make your cat go vegan

    Cats cannot be vegans January is the time of year when our minds turn to healthier living and good resolutions. ...

    16th January 2020

  • Rabbits 2018

    What is best for rabbits in winter?

    It can hard for rabbits to keep warm in winter if they are unable to move about and exercise. So ...

    9th January 2020