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.
Northwich Vets’ rabbit meal planner is perfect for the new year
Use our rabbit meal planner to help you provide the right amounts of leafy greens, pellets and other foods your rabbit needs each day.
Has your dog eaten raisins or your cat chewed chives?
The team at Northwich Vets has some advice on what you need to do if your pet eats the wrong thing at Christmas.
Bunny proofing the homes of Lostock Gralam for Christmas
Read our rabbit Christmas to-do list to keep them safe and everyone happy over the holidays
How to buy the perfect dog toys this Christmas
Katy offers advice on what you should be looking out for when buying dog toys and other gifts for pets this crimbo.
Get Northwich Vets’ senior cat checklist
There are a few things you should be looking out for when caring for older cats. Get all the details in our handy checklist.
Five things to look out for in older dogs
Our head vet Patrick recommends 5 things to look out for in older dogs which if treated early, can improve their quality of life.
Head nurse Katy Chrimes has these top tips for senior rabbit care
A rabbit’s senior years can begin earlier than you might think. We can help you understand senior rabbit care and the things to look out for.
Prepare your pet in time for fireworks night with advice from our head vet Patrick Murphy.
Get our top tips for managing noise fears and preparing your pet for fireworks night.
Understand noise and behaviour in your rabbit.
Head nurse Katy Chrimes has some advice on how to keep your rabbit calm and comfortable during fireworks and thunderstorms.
Northwich Vets has some dark night safety advice for cat owners.
Dark night safety for cats is about being more vigilant and preparing your cat for the Autumn and Winter nights ahead.