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Christmas Indulgence?

Has your pet overindulged over Christmas?   Have a guess at what percentage of dogs are overweight in the UK... 51%! Dogs are not alone as 44% of cats in the UK are also overweight! Obesity in our pets is a fast-growing problem that comes with many health risks: A reduced lifespan Arthritis Spinal problems - especially in small breeds Cruciate ligament issues Breathing ...

Dog Training Classes

We are delighted to announce the return of our popular dog training classes at Rowly House Vet. Our Head Nurse Jody, is a qualified companion animal behaviourist and has been training dogs for over 25 years. She already offers 1:1 sessions for training and behaviour assessments, but is now offering her supportive, small group training sessions at the clinic. Our clients ...

COVID-19

Dear All, Once again my apologies for the bulk email the details of which will soon be available on our website. As the Coronavirus situation continue to progress I thought I would outline for you how our services will change to work within the governments Tier system. I hope that this clarity will reassure you that we will be hear to ...

Fun at the Fete

We will be at the Shamley Green Fete tomorrow offering free dental checks, microchip checks and a fun mini vet role play area for children. Sonic - our African Pygmy Hedgehog will also be making special guest appearances. We look forward to seeing you there!

Firework Night

Bonfire night signals the start of the main fireworks season with Christmas and New Year celebrations following on close behind. Although great to watch, fireworks are very frightening and stressful for many of our beloved pets. The distress your pet goes through, caused by the flashes and bangs, may present itself in various ways. Things like shivering, restlessness, chewing, vomiting ...

Obese Pets

Obesity is a condition that can be defined as an excess of body fat that is enough to impair health, welfare and quality of life. Obese pets have a reduced quality of life. They are less willing to play and exercise, and many go on to develop medical conditions linked to their weight. The House Vet is committed to raising ...
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