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Handy infographic to help your pet cope this bonfire night

This is a fun time of year for many, but Bonfire night can be a distressing and frightening time for all our pets. With this handy infographic you can really help your pet by ensuring you make them as calm and comfortable as possible. read more

Our tips on how to help your pet cope and stay safe around bonfire night

This is a fun time of year for many, but Bonfire night can be a distressing and frightening time for all our pets; not just dogs. Cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters and birds can all be affected, and you can really help your pet by ensuring you make them as calm and comfortable as possible. read more

Hugo the lurcher was seriously ill after eating something toxic while out on a walk

Hugo, a five and a half year old lurcher, was admitted to Vets Now Barton Le Clay with a history of vomiting, diarrhoea and vomiting blood. He had been for a walk the previous day when he had been unseen for a while and had been unwell since then. read more

Injured cygnet given second chance at life thanks to pioneering surgery from Vets Now Referrals

A seriously injured cygnet with a life-threatening beak deformity has undergone ground-breaking surgery, thanks to the expertise of a specialist veterinary surgeon and the help of a national wildlife charity. read more

Today it’s cold, wet and windy: here are some ideas to combat your dog's boredom

Most dog owners have had occasions where going out for a walk either isn’t desirable or perhaps not possible. It could be that your pet is on cage rest on the orders of the vet. So what do you do to use up some of your dog’s pent up energy? read more