Information for Referring Practices Following the restrictions put in place by the government on 23rd March and the subsequent guidance issued by the RCVS regarding the current COVID-19 crisis, along with all other referral centres we have had to significantly modify...
Fernlea Vetinerary Clinics
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Coronavirus Q & A In these current times we understand it can be very confusing and distressing about what services we can continue to provide and what services we have to postpone. These decisions have not been made lightly and we are following the guidelines...
Information for referral clients During this difficult time our aim is to continue to support all our referral clients and their pets and to ensure that you get the help and advice that you need. However at this time we have to follow RCVS guidelines on what...
We are still continuing to provide the necessary care & services to our patients.
We are taking extra precautions to make the environment as safe as possible for staff and our clients.
There’s an article circulating currently about a dog having a weak positive test for the new coronavirus.
If the EU withdrawal deal is passed by the UK parliament before January 31st, PETS will continue to operate as it has done up to this date.
Feeding the correct diet is important to prevent problems such as dental disease, diarrhoea and obesity.
For most cats coming to the vets can be a stressful experience, but there are various things you can do to help your cat.
Most insurers will not offer new policies to dogs over 8 or cats over 10 years of age so it is important to make that decision before your pet reaches that age.
Spaying of a female dog is the removal of the ovaries and uterus (womb) under a general anaesthetic.
Castration of male dogs is the removal of both testicles under a general anaesthetic.