The Hampshire Vet news & pet care advice
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Firework advice for cat owners in Hampshire
Top tips from our experienced vets on how to help your cats stay calm this firework season – learn more here…
Our Vet discusses the benefits of weight monitoring and body condition scoring
Weight monitoring, a simple task that could have incredible health benefits for your pet – learn more in our dedicated article.
Get Hampshire Vets’ vital guide to dog health this summer
Read more on what our team of vets believe are the most common conditions that affect pets across the UK over summer, and how to avoid them.
Summer cat care for owners in Hampshire
Read the best advice on how to keep your cat cared for during the summer months, what to look out for, and when to contact your vet.
7 top tips for getting a new puppy or kitten this summer in Hampshire
If you’re planning on purchasing a new puppy or kitten to join your family during the school summer holidays, read our essential pet owning tips here.
Get Jamie’s checklist for what a new puppy & dog needs
Whether to choose a puppy from a breeder or a rescue dog is an important question for your family. Get our Vet’s advice.
Vet Emily has advice for cat owners about heatstroke
Learn about the risks associated with heatstroke and what you can do as an owner to keep your cat healthy.
Dos and Don’ts for your dog when it’s hot in Hampshire
In this article we are sharing seven activities your dog can enjoy when it’s hot outside and five things you should definitely avoid.
Hampshire Vets want owners to understand the severity of cat urination problems
In this article, our Vet outlines common causes of urinary problems in cats, symptoms, when to call for veterinary help, and prevention.
Hampshire Vets explains what to do if your cat or dog has vomited
Witnessing your pet vomit can be worrying; in our article we explain what danger signs to look out for and when to contact a vet.