Bollington Veterinary Centre

5th May 2016

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.

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3rd May 2016

Insure your rabbit

With summer weather on the way, it’s wise to give some serious thought to the welfare of your rabbit. They are always at risk from fly strike, gastrointestinal disease and pasteurellosis, so be prepared for the worst.

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3rd May 2016

Canine uterine infections

A ‘pyometra’ is the medical term for an infection in the womb. It can be a life-threatening problem for dogs so needs to be dealt with urgently. All our vets and nurses at Bollington Veterinary Centre are used to seeing this problem, so don’t delay.

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1st May 2016

Snake bites – do you know what to do?

At this time of year, adder bites are more likely to occur. The snake is emerging from its hibernation, and on warm sunny days they can be found basking on rocks on the moors, in woods and on rough ground.

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