We answer some common pet health questions for you.


This can be species or breed dependant and should be discussed with one of our qualified staff members. Generally, we recommend that by 6 months of age we should be considering this option, but can be delayed if it may provide other benefits to growth and bone/joint development particularly in larger breed dogs
As a general rule you should worm your pets every 3 to 6 months with an oral all wormer tablet adjusted for weight. As a puppy or a kitten they will need to be wormed more frequently up until the age of 6 months. Please speak with one of our staff for further advice.

We have many products including monthly oral medications & spot on treatments to treat fleas on your pet. Please contact our reception for further information.

Puppies should receive a vaccination for distemper hepatitis and parvo virus at 6-8 weeks of age, followed by a final vaccination which may include an intranasal Canine Cough vaccination at 10-12 weeks of age. Annual vaccinations for Distemper, Hepatitis, Parvo Virus and Canine Cough are highly recommended to maintain protection.
Kittens should ideally be vaccinated at 6-8 weeks, 10- 12 weeks , 14-16 weeks and 18-22 weeks of age . These vaccinations should include Cat Flu, Enteritis , FIV (Feline AIDS) and FeLv (Feline Leukaemia) . Ideally blood tests to rule out FIV & FeLv should be done prior to vaccination. Annual vaccinations are highly recommended to maintain protection.
As well as reducing the likelihood of unwanted litters sterilising your pet can reduce unwanted behaviours like roaming, aggression & spraying. Sterilising at the appropriate time also reduces the likelihood of some forms of infections and cancer in later life which can be life threatening.

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