Regular, preventative pet-care news & advice
Read on for a host of preventative pet-care news and advice that’s free & updated monthly. 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.
Six summer safety tips for pets in Cambridge
From parasites to sunburn, Clarendon Street Vets advises how to keep your pet safe in the summertime.
Clarendon Street Vets’ top five apps for cat owners
Ever wanted to track your kitty’s daily habits and health or identify common hazards? Now you can, with our top cat apps.
Cool canines in Cambridgeshire
To avoid heatstroke and dehydration in dogs, it’s important to keep them cool in hot weather. We share some fun ways to do this while keeping them active.
Cats and heat stroke advice from Clarendon Street Vets
While much advice is out there involving dogs and hot weather, cats, too, can suffer in the heat. If you know what to look out for you can prevent that happening.
Here’s how to treat dog motion sickness
Dog travel sickness is a real issue for many pet owners, but it can be treated in various ways.
Cats in heat – the facts from Clarendon Street Veterinary Surgery
Cats in heat can be a challenge for owners, so it’s important to get all the facts about what can happen
Advice on rabbit breeding from Clarendon Street Veterinary Surgery
If you’re thinking of breeding your rabbit, you’ll want to make sure you’re well prepared for the pregnancy and beyond
Neutering dogs: what you need to know
If you’re thinking of having your dog neutered, book a consultation by calling 01223 359021.
Light night care for cats with Clarendon Street Veterinary Surgery
As the days get longer, your cat may spend more time outside. Here are some tips to keep your pet safe this summer.
Keep your rabbit safe from poisonous plants this summer
Download the handy infographic from the team at Clarendon Street Veterinary Surgery to help you keep your rabbit safe from poisonous plants.