Bollington Veterinary Centre
Do you have a pet that could do with losing a few pounds?
If you are interested in helping your pet lose some weight, why not join our 8 week weight loss challenge?Read more
Have you noticed your pet drinking or urinating more recently?
Polydipsia refers to an increase in water consumption, whilst polyuria refers to a higher than normal urine production. If your pet is showing signs of either, they should be checkedRead more
Puppy perfect – 7 ways to ensure a healthy start in life
We've got 7 ways to give your puppy the best start in life and help you to enjoy your time togetherRead more
Pain relief for pets – before during and after operations
Did you know we give pain relief before and after an operation? Find out more about what we useRead more
Cat fleas – at this time of year they’re a big problem
Summer is when cat fleas are at their worst. Check for the tell-tale signs and contact us for an appointment if you think your pet has a problemRead more
Anal gland disease – a problem for both dogs and cats
Anal gland disease is a common problem in dogs and cats. We look at some of the signs and 6 common treatmentsRead more
First Aid – do you know how to respond in an emergency?
Do you know how to manage a pet emergency situation safely and effectively? We've got 10 Golden rulesRead more
Feline leukaemia virus – our guide to this deadly disease
It’s estimated that 1 in 100 cats in Britain is permanently infected with Feline Leukaemia Virus. Do you know the signs and what to do?Read more
Lyme disease in dogs – signs and control
At this time of year, ticks can become a real problem for pet owners. Both dogs and cats are frequently bitten, with serious health complications if the tick is carrying disease. We take a look at Lyme disease and discuss the common signs and treatments.Read more
10 ways to ensure your dog enjoys a family holiday
With summer holidays nearly here, our vets at Bollington Veterinary Centre have put together a simple checklist to make sure you are all prepared when taking your dog on holiday.Read more
Grass – a problem for cats
Grass blade foreign body - if you’re a cat owner, you may have come across this condition before. Cats love to chew grass, but it can be a real problem. At this time of year, we’re often presented with an otherwise healthy cat showing signs of a sudden onset upper airway problem.Read more
Have you ever wondered what is involved in the average day for a veterinary nurse? At Bollington Veterinary Centre we couldn’t survive without our highly experienced clinical team of nurses. They’re involved in all aspects of your pets visit to our surgery, from the moment you arrive to the moment you leave.Read more