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Annual health checks with vaccination reviews

Everyone wants to ensure that our pets to live a long, happy and healthy life. It is essential that your pet has a full clinical examination by a vet every year to make sure that nothing has developed that may effect their health

In recent years their have been concerns raised about the over use of vaccines. Vaccines are still essential to protect against life threatening illnesses. However, we tailor the use of vaccinations according to the age and health status of your pet. In some cases we may even recommend a blood test to check the immune status of your pet.

Pets need a host of other regular treatments and we can discuss this with you so that your pet is getting the right ones given their circumstances and age.

Skin, ear and eye assessments

Dogs are particularly prone to eye, ear and skin problems. An itchy pet is definitely an unhappy pet. There are a variety of causes and treatment ranges from diet modification to allergy testing. We recognise that there is no blanket approach to this and often treatments need to be tailored to the individual patient.

Lameness and arthritis

Dr Terrence is passionate about maintaining a good quality of life for geriatric pets. Arthritis can be a debilitating disease for an older pet, however it can be managed so that a way that our pets quality of life is not impeded. We will be able to discuss with you the severity of arthiritis and provide you with a wide range of treatment and managments options. There are a wide variety of traditional and natural treatments available to keep pets happy well into their later years.

In some instances x-rays are needed to further investigate soreness. We can arrange for your pet to get x-rays done through us and we even offer free transportation for your pet both to and from the clinic. 

Lumps, bumps and warts

It is common for our animals to get lumps and bumps. Unfortunately no all lumps are benign and easy to remove some are very nasty and need a to be removed. It is possible for us to tell the difference during a consultation but in some circumstances we need to take samples to find out what we are dealing with. Either way we can discuss what the best course of action is for you and your pet.