Pets

Pet of The Month for April – Luna Animal Rescue

Luna Animal Rescue was founded in October 2013. The main aim was to help rehome dogs who found themselves abandoned and without families, in local and national pounds. Since then Luna has successfully rehomed well over 300 dogs, who are happily living with their new families. Luna has evolved into a bigger family, and has […]

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Business Profile: Royston Vets – One Year at Flint Cross, Royston.

Dogs require regular dental care to prevent gum disease from occurring. When your pet eats, their saliva, bacteria and food form together, creating plaque, a type of bacteria which produces a clear film on the dental surface. If this substance isn’t removed, plaque can build up over time, creating tartar; a brown, yellow hardened substance.

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Business Profile: Royston Vets – One Year at Flint Cross, Royston.

We are proud to announce that we have celebrated our First Anniversary in our new Flint Cross premises here at Royston Veterinary Centre. It has been an uplifting year. By expanding our practice we have been able to provide an even better service for all our clients and their pets. Here at Royston Veterinary Centre,

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Business Profile: Royston Vets – Osteoarthritis in Dogs and Cats

Osteoarthritis is a common, chronic condition in both cats and dogs. Understanding the symptoms, treatment options, and management strategies will help you keep your pet comfortable as they age. There is no cure for Osteoarthritis, however, with the right care; you can keep your pet active well into their senior years. Common causes of arthritis

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Business Profile: Royston Vets – Keeping Your Pets Safe at Christmas

Business Profile: Royston Vets – Keeping Your Pets Safe at Christmas Christmas is the time for eating, drinking and being merry, but lots of our favourite festive foods are toxic and fatal to our dogs, and should be kept well out of paw’s reach. Toxic foods to avoid this Christmas: Chocolate, Grapes, Christmas Pudding, Mince

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