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With all the excitement, it’s easy to forget about how our pets cope with Bonfire Night. This year with more home based bonfire events we must remember to look after our pets.
Like many business owners Shrewsbury dog trainer Mort Smith has had to adapt the way he delivers his training over the past few months.
Abbey Veterinary Centre in Shrewsbury is delighted to announce a new SignVideo service for our deaf clients who use British Sign Language (BSL).
You love your pets but what happens when you go on holiday or have, to be away from home?
Many cats and dogs are afraid of loud noises. Some may go on to develop a phobia, which means they experience an extreme reaction to a particular stimulus or trigger, such as noise. Phobias get worse over time and most pets don’t tend to ‘grow out of’ a phobia. Preparation is very important if your pet is to get through firework night or a similar event, with the minimum of fear and stress. Resolving your pet’s firework fear or phobia is all about developing an action plan. Whether you are planning ahead or have left it till the last minute, there is still something you can do to help your pet.
Market Harborough's Premier Dog Walking Service Goes The Extra Mile!
Local veterinary clinic Abbey Vets recently celebrated their further commitment to cat welfare by achieving the higher gold level of accreditation under the ISFM Cat Friendly Clinic accreditation programme.
When you adopt a dog, you are not just his master; you are his family and his guardian. You are responsible for the safety and security of your newly adopted dog.
Jenny joined the team in 2007 and has never left.....
Laura joined the vet team having graduated from the University of Bristol in 2012. Having grown up in Burntwood, Laura has actually been involved here at pool house for 16 years as she started seeing practice as a school student age 14.
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