As we head into the festive season, we want to reassure you that we will still be here for you and your pet, however, with some slightly different opening hours than normal. Please see below our opening times over Christmas and New Year. Practice Name Sunday 24 December Monday 25 December Tuesday 26 December Wednesday… Read more »
Caring for your senior pet A dog or cat is considered senior after around 7 years of age, depending on the breed. Their needs may change as they get older, and you may need to care for them in different ways and make things more accessible. A senior pet may need more rest and comfort.… Read more »
Quick-thinking staff at Village Vet in Cambridgeshire needed all their problem solving and communication skills to avert a life-threatening situation for a seriously ill dog. Eleven-year-old Shiba Inu, called Turkey, needed urgent treatment for Addison’s disease, a potentially life-threatening disorder of the adrenal glands. However, the team at Village Vet in Cambridge ran into… Read more »
Pet antibiotic resistance – how can we safeguard our future? What does antibiotic resistance mean? Antibiotics can be effective at treating bacterial infections. However, over time bacteria can evolve to become resistant to some antibiotics, making them less effective. The more we use antibiotics then the more quickly bacteria may adapt.
Alabama Rot, also known as Cutaneous and Renal Glomerular Vasculopathy (CRGV), is a rare but serious and potentially life-threatening disease that affects dogs. While it’s relatively rare, it’s crucial for dog owners to be aware of this condition, understand what it is, and learn how to protect their furry companions from it. In this blog,… Read more »
Navigating autumn’s hidden hazards: Can dogs eat conkers? As the vibrant autumn leaves begin to fall, our canine companions eagerly join us in exploring the wonders of autumn. Amidst this picturesque backdrop, one common autumn sight is the iconic conker – the intriguing, shiny chestnut-like seed from horse chestnut trees. Conkers possess a charming allure… Read more »