Advice

We have a wealth of experience in dealing with behavioural problems from the most minor to the most serious. Please do contact us to discuss any concerns you may have about your pet.

We often find that our clients will seek advice from their friends, the internet, pet shops, groomers, dog walkers and even spend enormous amounts of money on unqualified “pet psychologists” before coming to us. We are qualified to help you – please don’t be embarrassed to ask for our advice.

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What To Do If Your Pet Has A Tummy Upset

What To Do If Your Pet Has A Tummy Upset

Diarrhoea is one of the most common complaints we see in dogs brought into the...
Is Your Pet Slowing Down a Bit?

Is Your Pet Slowing Down a Bit?

Our Head Vet Dr Emma Nicholas shared advice on taking care of pets joints, mobility...
Common Problems To Look For in Your Pets Eyes and Ears

Common Problems To Look For in Your Pets Eyes and Ears

Eye infections can be serious because of the direct connection with the brain. Ear infections can...
Taking care of your pet's teeth and gums

Taking care of your pet's teeth and gums

Our head vet Dr Emma Nicholas shared her top tips for taking care of your...
You Are What You Eat - Pet Diet and Weight Management

You Are What You Eat - Pet Diet and Weight Management

Our Head Vet Dr Emma Nicholas shares her top tips on how your cat or...