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.
Patrick’s 5 top tips for a happy well-fed cat
When it comes to cat nutrition, do you know how to keep your feline happy and healthy? Read our top tips for a well-fed cat.
How to feed your dog – everything you need to know
Patrick is sharing advice on what, when, and how much food to feed your dog to give them a healthy and balanced diet.
21 foods that can harm your rabbit in 2021
Head vet Patrick von Heimendahl shares advice on 21 foods your rabbit should avoid that can either make them unwell, or kill them.
Travelling with your pet
Seasons Greetings to all our Clients. There has been changes to the documentation needed to travel with your pets. Read our update.
How to keep your dog in shape after the festivities
Catherine Scott shares some advice on understanding why your dog’s gained weight recently, and top tips to keep them in shape.
Clarendon Street Veterinary Surgery’s rabbit meal planner is perfect for the new year
Use our rabbit meal planner to help you provide the right amounts of leafy greens, pellets and other foods your rabbit needs each day.
Cat dieting – what you need to know
Head vet Patrick von Heimendahl explains what you need to know about safe cat dieting. Reducing food too quickly can be harmful.
Five Festive Foods Pets in Cambridgeshire Should Avoid
Has your dog eaten raisins or your cat chewed chives? Please read on to discover the festive foods your pet needs to avoid.
How to buy the perfect dog toys this Christmas
Catherine offers advice on what you should be looking out for when buying dog toys and other gifts for pets this crimbo.
Bunny proofing the homes of Cambridge for Christmas
Read our rabbit Christmas to-do list to keep them safe and everyone happy over the holidays