Regular, preventative pet-care news & advice
Read on for a host of preventative pet-care news and advice that’s free & updated monthly. In the stories below you’ll find seasonal tips & information on how to keep your pet healthy. If you’d like us to email you whenever we update the news then simply…
Don’t forget that if you have a specific query you can always contact one of our vets or nursing team.
Summer gardening – poisonous plants for rabbits
Now’s the ideal time for rabbit owners in Cheshire to ‘weed out’ poisonous garden plants and make it a safe place for them.
Understand the mental health benefits of living with a pet rabbit
Pet rabbits are a firm favourite of Northwich Vets’ nursing team when it comes to benefiting your mental health.
Katy explains how to buy a new kitten
If you know anyone who’s considering buying a new kitten during the last few weeks of lockdown, please point them at this article from our head nurse.
A new dog owners’ guide to responsible petcare in Lostock Gralam
It’s National Pet Month so we’re asking our clients to share these basic petcare tips with anyone who got a new dog during lockdown.
Katy has some spring advice for spotting cat fleas
Learn how to check your cat for fleas and flea dirt this spring – a time when these pesky parasites are increasing their activity.
Do you know how to check your rabbit for worms?
Some worms can live in rabbits undetected, but can grow to large numbers and cause health issues. Patrick has some advice.
Head nurse Katy Chrimes has some important advice on worming dogs
Dogs can be more at risk of contracting worms this season. We’ve got you covered with our dog worming advice for spring.
Read Northwich Vets’ guide to preventing feline dental disease
When it comes to your cat’s oral health, prevention is key. Learn how to prevent feline dental disease and other problems.
Rabbit owners in Cheshire need this life-saving dental advice
When it comes to a rabbit’s oral health issues, knowing the symptoms to look out for is vital. Read our lifesaving dental advice for rabbits.
Patrick Murphy explains what good oral health in dogs looks like
When it comes to caring for your pet’s oral health, do you know what your dog’s teeth and mouth should look like?