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Farm animal care

While farm owners used to just think of their animals as a way to make money, I have noticed more and more farmers taking a holistic view of their animals health. Farmers are working on less stressful and more healthy farming techniques, and as a vet I approve. I am involved in helping prevent animal diseases as well as curing the animals when they get ill. I deal with a range of animals from the farm cat to horses and it's great being a valued member of the community. I hope you enjoy hearing the stories from my vet practise and can learn from them.

Considerations When Looking for an Emergency Vet

When it comes to your beloved pets, their health and well-being are always a top priority. Nevertheless, unforeseen emergencies can arise at any given moment. That's where having a go-to emergency vet clinic becomes crucial. This post discusses the key considerations you should keep in mind when searching for a reliable emergency vet. 24/7 Availability Emergencies don't adhere to regular business hours, so it's important to find an emergency vet clinic that operates around the clock. Read More 

Understanding the Benefits of Pet Desexing

Desexing your pet is an intervention that offers several benefits for both you and your pet. In this article, read about the advantages of pet desexing, from health benefits to behavioural improvements, and why it is a responsible choice for pet owners. Health Benefits of Pet Desexing When you choose to desex your pet, you are taking a proactive step towards their long-term health and well-being. Here are some key health benefits: Read More 

Preparing Your Puppy For Preschool: 5 Tips

If you have recently welcomed a furry friend into your home, you may be a bit overwhelmed right now, but don't worry — that's normal. To help ease the transition, one of the best things you can do is enrol your dog in puppy preschool. Below are some tips to make sure they get the most out of it. 1. Socialise Early And Often Socialisation begins from day one with your new pup, so start as soon as possible. Read More