Regular, preventative pet-care news & advice
Read on for a host of free, preventative pet-care news and advice. In the stories below you’ll find seasonal tips & information on how to keep your pet healthy. If you’d like us to email you whenever we update the news then simply…
Don’t forget that if you have a specific query you can always contact one of our vets or nursing team.
Catherine Scott explains about responsible small furry pet ownership
Responsible pet ownership applies to companions of the small furry variety too. Here are seven things you will need to consider.
Share your pet stories with Clarendon Street Vets on social media
Upload photos and stories about your pet, whether a funny anecdote or a heartwarming tale.
Catherine has some spring advice for spotting cat fleas
Learn how to check your cat for fleas and flea dirt this spring.
Easter at Clarendon Street Vets
Hopefully this Easter will bring us not just chocolate but also some spring sunshine. We are all looking forward to the bank holiday weekend with our families and our four-legged friends.
Do you know how to check your rabbit for worms?
Rabbits can be infected by three types of worm, but do you know which worms and the signs to look out for?
Dog worming advice for Spring
Dogs can be more at risk of contracting worms this season. We’ve got you covered with our dog worming advice for spring.
Pet Dental Health Month dental advice for Rabbit owners.
When it comes to a rabbit’s oral health issues, knowing the symptoms to look out for is vital. Read our lifesaving dental advice for rabbits.
Spotting seasonal cat allergies
Most of us know what the symptoms of human hay fever are, but do you know how to spot seasonal allergies in cats?
5 things you can do to get your dog ready for spring
Get your dog ready for spring with canine vaccinations and a range of other preventative measures.
New lockdown rules say you can walk your dog more than once a day
The UK’s lockdown rules on leaving your house once a day to exercise had many dog owners in Cambridgeshire frustrated and many dogs climbing the walls.