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Sometimes it’s not very clear who trains who. Via: https://buff.ly/2FNRmPg
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Congratulations! Your dog is due to have puppies and it’s certainly an exciting time! To make sure your new puppies will have the best start possible, we would like to list here a couple of important things to have in mind: · Proper nutrition is one of the most vital things – pregnancy takes a lot out of an expecting mother and your dog will definitely need to eat more for the duration. Not only that, but she will need food with higher energy, higher protein count and other key nutrients than what is provided in normal adult formulas! · Encourage exercise but don’t let her get overtired, that way she can be prepared for the exertion that is a long labour; · Build her a cosy nest away from other pets and children, in a quiet and warm corner. A cardboard box with blankets/old sheets can work well but try to introduce it as a safe place beforehand or she might decide to give birth elsewhere (for instance, a closet) It’s very important to keep a keen eye on your soon-to-be-mom! If she is not eating, if you see she is too thin or lacks the energy to move or even if you just have any questions about preparing for the big day, give us a call on 01392 460300 and schedule an appointment with us.
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** Beaumont Veterinary Centre´ Christmas Photo Competition – Winners announcement ** Christmas has come and gone, but to kick off the New Year with a bang we are proud to announce the winners of our Christmas Photo Competition! It was a rousing success and it wouldn’t have been possible without your enthusiastic participation and sharing of lots of season cheer. The winners were voted in by our participants and here are the results. We are very happy to announce that the winners are: First place: Tracey Goodman with 78 votes Prize: £25 Voucher as a credit against any future services at Beaumont Veterinary Centre Second place: Jayne Baker with 16 votes Prize: £15 Voucher as a credit against any future services at Beaumont Veterinary Centre Third place: Deborah Goldsworthy with 11 votes Prize: £10 Voucher as a credit against any future services at Beaumont Veterinary Centre Start off the year on a good note! We look forward to see you at the practice. Thank you for entering our competition!
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Decorations tips to turn your home into a cat paradise! Via: https://buff.ly/2CRfw9u
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As Winter fully settles in, we would like to remind all our community that antifreeze and water coolant in engines contain a large portion of ethylene glycol! This chemical compound can be very dangerous, even in small quantities, and both cats and dogs can contact it frequently. It will bind with calcium in the blood stream and form large crystals that will affect kidneys and result in acute renal failure. As it tastes sweet, some pets might seek out containers or drink spills from engines. Grooming after stepping on this substance is also a way to ingest it, especially for cats. Clean spills as soon as you see them and keep all containers with antifreeze well way from your pets’ (and children’s!) reach. If you see disorientation, vomiting, lethargy and seizures and you suspect they might have come in contact with ethylene glycol, bring them in immediately! Antidotes need to be administered as soon as possible to avoid further damage.
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Look who came to see us today. Not everyday you meet a micropig!
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Today we bring you a true athlete! This breed is a medium sized bouncing and running machine that is a specialist outdoor sporting and hunting breed. Hailing from Hungary, these pups are utterly affectionate and occupy the enviable position of being both a working dog and a house pet due to their size and agreeable temperament. They are also good with children (yet are very energetic and some…careening over might happen!) and can get along well with other animals. Goes without saying that prospective owners need to like the great open outdoors to provide these very eager dogs with the exercise they need and the correct socialisation to avoid boredom and anxiety. Can you guess their breed? Image by Dominik STRONCER, was built upon and is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0: https://buff.ly/2E7WBI3
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Our competition welcomes all species! Thank you for the great photo Abbey Clarke Join our competition! Share a little bit of your Christmas with us and submit your pet’s photo! https://buff.ly/2E6dliO
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