Essential summer safety tips for keeping your pets healthy and happy


While summer brings plenty of outdoor adventures and quality time spent with your pets, it also presents some unique hazards that pet owners need to be aware of. Beware of bees, wasps & adders The buzzing sound of bees or wasps is synonymous with summer, but it can spell trouble for your pets. Some pets… Read more »

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Bank holiday opening hours – May 2023


May is a month to celebrate, with three bank holidays to look forward to, including the May Bank Holiday, the coronation of King Charles III and the Spring Bank Holiday. Rest assured, we will still be here for you and your pet; however, the way you access care for your pet might differ from normal.… Read more »

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Common allergies in pets (what to look out for)


Pets, just like humans, can suffer from allergies. Allergic reactions in pets are often caused by environmental factors, such as pollen or dust as well as certain foods or insect bites. As a pet owner, it’s important to be aware of the common allergies in pets and the symptoms they may experience.

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The weekend of chocolate & treats – keeping our pets safe


The majority of the nation gets excited to be eating Easter eggs or chocolate for breakfast, lunch, or dinner or perhaps all three! But we need to careful and ensure our pets don’t get a hold of any, as chocolate could be dangerous for our animals, especially dogs! What should you look out for this… Read more »

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Village Vet Cambridge welcomes new clinical director, Rebecca Gilbert


Village Vet Cambridge has appointed a new clinical director to lead its team.   Music-loving Rebecca Gilbert, who plays the violin and piano, proved to be fully in tune with the aims and ambitions of Village Vet in Cambridge when appointed to the top job at the start of the year.   Rebecca graduated from… Read more »

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Tooth Brushing Guide for Small Animals


Brushing is by far the best method of keeping your pet’s teeth clean and is more successful if taken in stages. Ideally, it would help if you brushed your dog’s teeth at least once daily or three times at a minimum to help remove plaque and prevent tartar build-up. STAGE 1: Build confidence Smaller pets… Read more »

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