On this page you will find some handy factsheets covering common surgeries or conditions.
The links below will open PDF files with more information. If you do not have Adobe Reader, you can download it for free here
OUR TERMS AND CONDITIONS
You will find our mission statement and terms and conditions here. CLICK HERE to download a printable version.
SHAMPOOING YOUR DOG
There are many things to think about when bathing your dog. CLICK HERE to download our leaflet on the benefits, myths and facts on shampooing your dog
CAT NEUTERING INFORMATION SHEET
Thinking of neutering your cat? For male cats, this means less straying and fighting, and reduces the risk of scent marking, and for females, removes the risk of unwanted kittens. CLICK HERE for information on what is involved
MALE DOG NEUTERING INFORMATION SHEET
Castrating male dogs has many benefits to both dog and owner. It can help to reduce roaming and also dominant behaviour, which can lead to less aggression. It also removes the risk of testicular cancer and reduces the risk of prostate problems in later life. CLICK HERE for more information
FEMALE DOG NEUTERING INFORMATION SHEET
Spaying female dogs - if you are thinking of having your female dog spayed, there are many health benefits for her. Spaying your dog will remove the risk of a serious womb infection called pyometra, as well as preventing unwanted litters. For more information CLICK HERE
ANAESTHESIA INFORMATION SHEET
Does your pet require an anaesthetic for a surgical procedure? This information sheet will tell you all you need to know about the anaesthetic, as well as what we need you to do before your dog comes in for surgery. CLICK HERE
PERFECT PUPPY GUIDE
Getting a Puppy? It is important that you start off right with training and behaviour. When you have your puppy vaccinated with us, you are entitled to free one-to-one consultations with our vet nurses, and these are an excellent source of advice and information. To help you start off on the right foot, CLICK HERE for our Good Puppy information guide, with lots of tips on how to have a happy, well behaved pup.
DENTAL INFORMATION SHEET
Has the vet or nurse advised you that your pet may need a dental? Our information sheet tells you what you need to know about the procedure CLICK HERE to read