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10 Top Tips for Happy Holidays With Your Pets

If your pets get sad even when you’re just taking your garbage bins out and you feel that holidaying without them really isn’t an option, well, you’re not alone.

Many of my clients opt to take their fur-babies away with them because, after all, if you holiday without your pets it really feels like you’re leaving a member of the family behind!

However if you do decide to travel with your pet, it’s very important to plan ahead and be prepared. Because even though your pet will be delighted to not be left behind, traveling can actually be very stressful for both you and your pets if you’re not properly prepared.

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Introducing the Vetaround Online Shop

At Vetaround we like to make things easy and convenient both for you and your pets.

For nearly 8 years now our mobile van has been taking the stress out of your pet’s vet appointments by offering you the flexibility and convenience of high-quality veterinary care in the comfort of your own home.

And now we’re taking care of your pets one step further, with the addition of our Vetaround Online Shop to our Vetaround website.

Caring for your pet just got a whole lot easier.

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Prevention is good – check ups are better
“Phewee!” If your pet could be renamed Pongo because of bad breath, you may want to schedule a dental hygiene appointment for them right away.

Happy Christmas everyone - our latest newsletter has our opening times on it and some great new stories

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As we head into the warmer months of the year, ticks once again start to become a problem for many of my clients.

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Getting a new puppy is a wonderful time - here are some tips from the VETaround blog to help you prepare

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The ups and downs of life with our pets - VETaround April News out today

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Pet of the month - Moseley is a super star!

This month's patient of the month is Moseley a 12 year old Shih Tzu, owned by Shane and Lenya. He was surrendered to a foster service and his new owners had him for two weeks prior to formalising ownership.

On my initial examination I found that Moseley had severe eye problems. As soon as Shane and Lenya were legally allowed they consented to a referral to an ophthalmologist to try to save his eyes. Unfortunately Moseley's eyes were damaged beyond repair and causing him a lot of pain. The tough decision was made to remove both eyes.

Poor Moseley had just been re-homed and was now completely blind living with two other new "dog mates". He had to adjust very quickly. He also was extremely thin and suffering from advancing arthritis, back/hip and hip problems, ear infections and an irregular heart beat!
The great news is that Moseley has now recovered and is thriving, running around in the park, interacting with his "house mates" and getting a lot of pampering from his new and doting owners (he even has a pram!).

He has gained weight, looks good and best of all is very, very sweet.
Should all our mistreated pets be so lucky...
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