Jo Blogs

Easter Do’s & Don’ts

It’s the Easter bank holiday weekend and we all understand the importance right now of staying home. Whilst we stay at home with our pets it’s important to keep them safe. We have put together a list of Do’s and Don’ts. Following these points should ensure Easter is full of the joys of spring for… Read more »

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Shelter Medicine Days

February 2020 saw the start of a new clinic running at the RSPCA Radcliffe Animal Centre. For the last 15 months we have been hosting the Nottingham Vet School students in their final year rotations. After being approached by the Shelter Medicine Society president, Anna Burrows, we agreed to set up a neutering day at… Read more »

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Poisons and Hazards Week 2

From the 15th – 21nd March it is National Poison Prevention Week and we thought it was important to make pet owners aware of the things that can cause their animals to become unwell. There are many things that are suitable for us to eat but sadly can be toxic to our animals. This week… Read more »

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Poisons and Hazards Week 1

From the 15th – 21st March it is National Poison Prevention Week and our Centre vet Jo thought it was important to make pet owners aware of the things that can cause their animals to become unwell. There are many things that are suitable for us to eat but sadly can be toxic to our… Read more »

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10 Benefits of Rehoming an Older Pet

When considering adopting an animal, more often than not, people tend to steer towards the younger animals, so our more senior pets spend longer looking for their forever home. It seems the main worries people have when adopting an older pet is the financial investment, time and care or perhaps the myth that you can’t… Read more »

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Pet Dental Health Month – Dogs

Did you know February is Pet Dental Health Month? Dental and oral hygiene is a huge part of keeping your pet healthy, no matter what size or species. What teeth should my dog have? Dogs have 4 different types of teeth which develop and may be lost over their lifetime. Have a look at the… Read more »

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Pet Dental Health Month – Cats

With February being Pet Dental Health Month, dental and oral hygiene is a huge part of keeping your pet healthy, no matter what size or species. What teeth should my cat have? Cats have 4 different types of teeth which develop and may be lost over their lifetime. Have a look at the types of… Read more »

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Pet Dental Health Month – Rabbits

As we have said, February is Pet Dental Health Month. Dental and oral hygiene is a huge part of keeping your pet healthy, no matter what size or species. What teeth should my rabbit have? Rabbits have 3 different types of teeth which are unrooted and continually grow over their lifetime. Have a look at… Read more »

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National Cat Health Month 2020

February is National Cat Health Month and our Centre vet Jo wanted to share a few helpful tips on what to look out for to check that our feline friends stay fit and well. Remember, the approach to checking your cat is a logical one. It starts at the nose and works backwards to the… Read more »

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