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Spring is here! What feathery denizens do you have in your yard?
One of the best parts of a dog lover’s day is to come home to a very happy wagging tail!
The thyroid is a gland located at the front of the throat in our pets and produces hormones that regulate a lot of bodily functions but, in general, it can be said they mostly regulate growth and the general metabolism. Hyperthyroidism refers to w...
Did you know that 5% of fleas are on your pet and 95% are found in your home! Can you find the fleas and their eggs in this picture? Regular flea control is essential!
Do you recognise this Cat? He’s a young neutered male, all black with a recently clipped patch on his fore leg, wearing a pale green collar. He was found near Sainsbury’s. If you have any information please contact the surgery on 01392 460300...
A furry Harry Potter fan! Via: http://media-cache-ec0.pinimg.com/736x/c5/46/c1/c546c1f2258f10840cc376e11b4fa576.jpg
Lots of fun at tonight’s puppy party! Thank you all for coming, we hope you enjoyed it and have lots of sleepy puppies tonight! 🐶
Such cute bunnies! Via: http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/ea/e7/89/eae7896ec42e0537a83dda4ef47deb0a.jpg
How many of these do you see in your cats?
All of the staff here at Beaumont Vets wish our clients and our amazing pet patients a very happy Easter! We hope everyone gets to spend the holidays with their loved ones as this is a time for joy and togetherness. To really ensure everyone has a...
Dog beds seem to be quite comfortable! Via: https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/e4/83/24/e483243abd0582fafaf2085697000ba9.jpg
Unlike Easter bunnies, our real-life rabbits are living, breathing animals that require time, affection and lots of care! Getting a new pet is great but giving someone a pet as a surprise is generally a bad idea. Before considering adopting or pur...
Meet the latest member of the team! Little Olive belongs to student veterinary nurse Heather! Here she is having her first vaccination with vet Tabi! 🐶
Poor hammy! Via: http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/b1/17/da/b117da8e7354a3ea0000ddd08df268bc.jpg
These two look like they are trouble!
Our Easter opening hours are now available on the website at beaumont-vets.co.uk/our-services/
Pets often want to be with their owners no matter what they are doing! Via: http://images.viralnova.com/000/111/898/desktop-1422480877.jpg
Rabbits have specific needs and with an average 10-year lifespan there is much to say about what it takes to keep them. Let’s go over some important aspects of rabbit care. · Housing – Bunnies need a safe, clean area to live with enou...
The key to happiness is to never stop having fun!
This will cheer up your day! Via: http://img.memecdn.com/loving-bunny_o_1238800.jpg
Cough is one of the major distress signs of the respiratory system and this means many problems and diseases will cause a bout of coughing in our kitties. One of the most common causes of this is feline asthma. It’s characterized by airways that...
Don’t forget we are holding an osteoarthritis awareness evening this Monday at 7pm. Please contact us if you are interested. Refreshments available!
A good looking guinea pig to brighten up your day!
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Opening hours for the weekend of the Saturday 29th April to Monday 1st May can be found here May Bank Holiday Opening Hoursread more
Help us celebrate Veterinary Nursing Month 2017 and join us for an opening on May 11th from 6:30pm to 8pm. See the poster for more details Open Evening Flyerread more
Current advice on this condition can be found by clicking on the link below. AKI CRGV NEWSLETTER for dog owners end Feb 2016read more
As spring maybe about to happen and cleaning both inside and out happens please be careful of your cats. Benzalconium chloride is found in many cleaning products including antibacterial cleaners, disinfectants and patio cleaners. Cats can be exposed by cleaning...read more
At peak times, to ensure your call is always answered you may find that you are diverted to an answering service who will log your call and advise the practice. Emergency calls will be prioritised, with the service contacting the practice on a specially designated...read more
Our Autumn newsletter is now available at http://vet-news.com/27271-C500.pdf. It includes articles about getting ready for firework season and...read more
After the recent news of a new tick borne disease in the UK, many owners will wonder about how to check their pets for the presence of ticks. Detecting ticks Check your pets’s skin on its head first (around the mouth and ears, behind ears and on its neck), then work...read more
Our Spring newsletter is now available at http://www.vet-news.com/26729-C500.pdf. Articles covering dental health and feline kidney disease. Also a chance to learn a little more about Tabi our new(ish) Veterinary Surgeon who joined us permanently in...read more
Our winter newsletter is available to download http://www.vet-news.com/26400-C500.pdfread more
Download our Happy Christmas for Pets PDFread more
Wednesday 23rd December Normal opening hours Thursday 24th December – Christmas Eve Close at 5pm Friday 25th December - Christmas Day Emergency call out Saturday 26th December – Boxing Day Emergency call out Sunday 27th December Emergency call out Monday 28th December...read more
Opening hours for the August Bank Holiday weekend are as follows: Saturday 29th August - Normal morning surgery 10am to 12 noon then emergency cover Sunday 30th August - Emergency cover Monday 31st August - Emergency cover Tuesday 1st September - Normal opening hours...read more
The autumn newsletter has now arrived and can be found at the following www.vet-news.com/26086-C500.pdfread more
We are currently collecting ticks from dogs for The Big Tick Project. So far 3 ticks have been found on dogs that have a history of recent travel to Southern Europe. The ticks found are known carriers of disease of both dogs and humans. This is very significant...read more
Summer is hopefully a great time for you and your pets. However it is important to be vigilante of problems. Things to watch for include Ticks. If you see these on your pet frequently then speak to us about appropriate products to control them. Removal should only...read more
To celebrate Rabbit Awareness Week 2015 we are offering free Nurse Health Checks. Call us now to book your appointment on (01392) 460300.read more
Our summer newsletter is now available http://www.vet-news.com/25845-C500.pdfread more
May Bank Holiday Opening Hours Saturday 23rd May - Normal morning surgery by appointment 10am to 12 midday Sunday 24th May - Emergency only Monday 25th May - Emergency only Tuesday 26th May - Normal opening hours In case of emergency then call the surgery on (01392)...read more