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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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Business Profile: Royston Vets – Arthritis in Cats & Dogs…

Royston Vets: Arthritis in Cats & Dogs… Just like humans, animals can suffer from arthritis. Also known as osteoarthritis or degenerative joint disease, this condition results in the cartilage lining of the joint wearing down, resulting in inflammation, swelling and pain. Signs to look out for: • Limping/ shuffling when they walk • Stiffness in …

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Business Profile: Royston Vets – We Are Moving…

Royston Vets: We Are Moving… We are proud to announce the relocation of Royston Veterinary Centre. Our new practice will be located at Flint Cross, Royston, SG8 7PN, there is easy access to the practice with ample car parking. Our opening hours will run Monday to Friday 8am – 7pm and Saturday 8.30am -12.30pm. Here …

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Business Profile: Royston Vets – Royston Vets Be Ready for Winter!

Royston Vets: Be Ready for Winter! Winter time can be a fun time for all, however it is important to know the hazards that can come along. Like us, our pets will feel the cold so it is important to try to keep them warm throughout the colder months. Keeping pets indoors throughout these months …

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Business Profile: Royston Vets – Royston Vets Prepare for Less Stress prepare for Fireworks!

Royston Vets: Prepare for Less Stress prepare for Fireworks! Fireworks can be incredibly stressful for our beloved pets and therefore it is important to prepare to help minimise their stress. Common signs of stress are panting, hiding or withdrawing, not eating or drinking, and pacing or trying to escape. You can help minimise your pet’s …

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