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.
Why choose Northwich Vets for your cat’s care
Finding a vet practice in Cheshire that your cat can grow with is important. Here’s why you can count on us.
Northwich Vets has the facts about cats in heat
Cats in heat can be a challenge for owners. It is important to get all the facts about what can happen and the benefits of neutering.
Advice on guinea pig breeding from Northwich Vets
When breeding guinea pigs, time is of the essence for females. Learn why leaving the first pregnancy too late is risky.
Read Northwich Vets’ advice on dog neutering
Here’s what you need to know about dog neutering to help you make an informed decision when it comes to your pet.
8 summer dangers cats owners in Cheshire need to know about
There are more summer dangers for cats than you might think. Help your cat enjoy the season ahead with our handy checklist.
Northwich Vets’ tips for moving house with your dog
Moving house with a dog doesn’t have to be super stressful if you prepare in advance. Our vets have some helpful advice on this.
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.