Wishing you all a peaceful festive season, here's a few tips to get you through the winter months.
As many as 80% of cats and dogs will suffer from some form of dental disease by the age of three.
Autumn brings its own set of challenges for our pets but there's a lot we can enjoy throughout the season too.
15th September 2019 is our inaugural charity sportive and this year we are supporting a cause very close to us all at The George.
It's a hot topic with more cases being reported than ever before.
June is Rabbit Awareness Month and we're hoping you'll hop along to one of our free clinics
It keeps teasing us but we're nearly in summer mode. Glorious days and evenings lie ahead, surely!
Thank you to all who made it along to our first Nailsworth Clinic open evening.
We are delighted to be involved with a community initiative, working with the local community to tackle hygiene poverty.
We are now offering non-invasive laser treatments.
Winter, really? The good news is the evenings are slowly staying lighter by a little more each day. Here's our seasonal newsletter.
The purpose of this article is to inform our clients of the implication of a 'no deal' Brexit on the Pet Travel Scheme.
Before and after pictures highlight the importance of regular dental care for your pets.
Our simple guide as to what's the best course of action when you believe you've found a "stray" cat.
We are seeing an increasing number of cats being brought in, assumed "lost" and without a means to identify their owners or homes.
Take a tour behind the scenes at our Nailsworth Clinic on the evening of Friday 30th November. Minbce pies, mulled wine and a raffle too!
There's a season full of colour ahead from the changing leaves to the bursts of fireworks across the skyline
Our brand new clinic in Nailsworth opened to welcome pets and owners on 13th August.
Building works are underway on our new veterinary clinic which opens in Nailsworth this August.
Launching the newsletter a little earlier on this occasion to get us all in the mood for the summer ahead.
Unfortunately, we are currently managing a dog which we believe has the condition referred to as "Alabama Rot".
Hopefully the cold snap is well behind us now as we look forward to extended daylight hours and a warmer season ahead.
We'd like to pass a huge debt of thanks to Bertie the Labrador who gave his last donation of blood at the weekend.
A warm welcome to Hayley Hughes (RVN) and Hannah Papenfus (VCA).
We welcomed the Malmesbury Beavers to their own exclusive tour recently.
Snow has fallen, winter has arrived and so has our seasonal news update from the team.
Here's an opportunity to let the veterinary industry know just how much you appreciate us.
Leaves are changing colour and falling. Autumn is calling!