Travelling With Your Pet Post-Brexit We wanted to update you on the latest guidance relating to Pet Passports and travelling with your pet following Brexit. If your pet currently holds an EU Pet Passport, or you are looking to travel
Cats can get spooked by fireworks and load noises such as thunder. The tips on this page will hopefully help you to support your cat and make fireworks a less-stressful event. Keep Them Inside Keep curtains and doors closed.
Natures Menu – Real Food Pets Love We are pleased to announce that we have started stocking Natures Menu raw pet food at our Great Dunmow practice, including a range of raw nuggets and raw food treats. Natures Menu believe
What foods are poisonous to pets? Should you panic if your dog has eaten chocolate or a mince pie? Are Brussel Sprouts evil (and not just for what they do to your innards)? Has your cat taken a fancy to
What Is Feliway Classic Feliway Classic helps cats cope with change in their home and helps stop or prevent unwanted behaviours. These videos describe how it works and it’s benefits. It is designed to work against urine spraying, fears such
Using Feliway Classic for Calmer Travelling with your Cat Does your cat find travelling in the car stressful? Feliway gives tips on how to help make your cat less stressed during car travel. You can find the full Feliway and
Suitable methods of flea control What is the best method of flea control for your cat? This is a simple question with a rather complex answer. Successful flea control has two aspects. Fleas must be controlled on your cat, and
Acclaim – Treating Houses that have Fleas This is a spray for the house and should not be used on your pets. It effectively stops eggs and larval development for up to 12 months and will paralyse and kill adult
The Flea Life Cycle Although you are only able to see the adult flea, there are actually 4 stages of the life cycle. This entire life cycle (adult flea egg larva pupa adult) can be completed
The worming treatment recommended for your cat will depend on their age and lifestyle. Both roundworms and tapeworms can easily be picked up from a hunting cat’s prey, but also via other routes, including kittens contracting worms from their mother.