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Worried about your pet's vaccinations? Is your vet still open and how do you get to see them? What is the current advice on pet neutering? As the lockdown continues, we thought we would update you on how the vet services have changed since the recent Government update about the lockdown. Vaccinations Over the past few months, many pets have patiently been waiting to get their vaccinations up to date or begin their primary course of vaccinations. Visits to the surgery should only be made if essential, however, there are certain circumstances when vets are allowed to administer a vaccine: Primary vaccination...

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Worried about getting your pet groomed? Considering getting a puppy but not sure of the rules? Wondering if you can start puppy training soon? Following the Government's recent updates to lockdown regulations, we have summarised the new guidelines on how pet services have been affected or changed. Groomers Grooming services if possible should be delayed to avoid necessary human contact and protect public health. Many groomers can maintain contact with clients remotely and offer to them about their pet’s coat. If visiting the groomer is necessary, you must book an appointment to ensure that social distancing can be accommodated. If...

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No matter the category a pet falls into, we shouldn't wait for trouble to rear its head before taking action. Check out our flea, tick and worm products for cats Check out our flea, tick and worm products for dogs Stay safe and itch-free!

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Can pets spread Covid-19? Are there any medicines shortages? Can my cat go outdoors? Get answers to all your questions...

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The spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19 virus) has a huge impact on everyone’s daily lives and many of you are concerned about what you can do should your pet be injured or become unwell, whether or not your pets can catch Covid-19 or how to keep your pet safe and happy during the lockdown. This is why we have pulled together some useful information along with some tips and advice on how you can help your pet continue to be healthy over the next few weeks. Can pets catch corona virus? We understand that there has been a very small number...

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