Abbey Vets in High Green

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Welcome to the latest edition of our practice newsletter.

Once again you'll have the chance to read our Monthly Miracle Story, which this month is about Billy's recovery from a serious road accident.

Vet Vicki Emmerton begins her series of monthly articles on pet healthcare where she talks about seizures in dogs and cats.

We also take a look at the 7 common causes of lameness in dogs, we discuss obesity in cats, and in a rabbit feature we look at emergency care.

And finally we take a look at how to make the right choice when it comes to pet insurance. It's worth a read.

We do hope you enjoy it.

 

John Burton and all the team

 
 

Seven causes of lameness in dogs

Seven causes of lameness in dogs

We see many dogs every week showing signs of lameness. Some have only a slight limp, others have a significant problem. We look at 7 of the most common problems we encounter.

Emergency care for your rabbit

Emergency care for your rabbit

Do you know what to look for if your rabbit is unwell and needs urgent treatment? Check our list of common rabbit emergencies.

Pet Insurance – make the right choice

Pet Insurance – make the right choice

Choosing the right Pet Insurance is critical, so make sure you ask us for help and advice. We've got 6 important things to consider before making your choice

Billy bounces back after road traffic accident

Billy bounces back after road traffic accident

Each month Abbey Vets highlight a pet that’s made a good recovery after going through a difficult time. Our September Monthly Miracle is Billy, a four-year-old Lurcher who sustained life threatening injuries after a road accident.

Seizures in dogs and cats

Seizures in dogs and cats

Each month, vet Vicki Emmerton from Abbey Vets Darton branch will be giving advice about looking after your pets. In this month’s article she talks about seizures in dogs and cats.

Feline Obesity - we can help

Feline Obesity - we can help

Health issues as a result of obesity are very common these days, and at our practice we are seeing more and more patients with a problem. The good news is we can help you and your pet. Know the signs and what to do.

 
 

Welcome to the latest edition of our practice newsletter.

Once again you'll have the chance to read our Monthly Miracle Story, which this month is about Billy's recovery from a serious road accident.

Vet Vicki Emmerton begins her series of monthly articles on pet healthcare where she talks about seizures in dogs and cats.

We also take a look at the 7 common causes of lameness in dogs, we discuss obesity in cats, and in a rabbit feature we look at emergency care.

And finally we take a look at how to make the right choice when it comes to pet insurance. It's worth a read.

We do hope you enjoy it.

 

John Burton and all the team

 
 

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