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Special Autumn Offer: Screen for the Unseen!

on September 9, 2013 - 2:42pm

Autumn seems to have arrived suddenly this year.  I have always loved this time of year; the landscape bursting with reds and golds on a crisp sunny morning.  Similarly in my opinion, cats in the autumn of their lives are still full of beauty and are often more affectionate and interactive than when they were younger.

It’s a time where our cats start to spend more time indoors with us, as the evenings become darker and they find a warm, cosy cushion preferable to the chilly wind outside.

What Veterinary Nurses can do for you and your cats

on July 25, 2012 - 1:33pm


This July just passed, as well as being one of the wettest months this year and kicking off the start to the 2012 Olympics, is also National Veterinary Nursing Awareness Month!

We all know that caring hands are nursing ones, but how does this really apply to you and your feline friends at the clinic?  From persuading a poorly cat to eat, to monitoring a risky anaesthetic, the Registered Veterinary Nurse’s at the clinic carry out a huge range of nursing and medical procedures alongside your Vet’s to provide the best care for your cats.