Christmas isn’t too far away!

 

 

It’s still very early but as we all get ready for the Christmas festive period then we have to think about our furry friends too! Obviously getting the odd Xmas outfit is lots of fun for them?! but please remember other parts can be more serious. Mince pies, Christmas cake, Stollen and fruity puds all contain raisins and dry fruit and although tasty to us they can be toxic to animals. Make sure you keep these and especially chocolate somewhere safe as we still see lots of poisoning cases this time of year. Small toys and presents can be chewed and swallowed, and cats and other smaller pets can like playing with Christmas trees, tinsel and decorations. As New Year approaches, then the fireworks time again can be especially stressful so please be considerate to your and other pets and try to attend organised events. If your pet has any problems or you need advice on help with stress either behavioural, or with supplements or medication then please call the practice to make an appointment.

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The RSPCA have some fantastic advice on how to manage different aspects of your pet care.

RSPCA seasonal advice

 

Pet Passports and Brexit!

Good morning! We have received notification from the government about the different scenarios that may occur with Brexit in March 2019. As yet, it is unclear exactly what may happen and what may be required. Please follow the link below which advises pet owners before they travel. If you do require further information then phone on 01706 656559 to speak to a member of the team. It is important that if you plan to travel in 2019 that you contact us as soon as possible.

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/pet-travel-to-europe-after-brexit