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We have put together our 5 TOP TIPS to show your pet the love this Valentines Day.
- Avail of a FREE DENTAL CHECK with one of our qualified veterinary nurses. Keep bad breath away and ensure any Valentine kisses are minty fresh! Call us on 01 6237044 to get your pet booked in.
- If you find that your dog is stressed when it’s time to visit us (don’t worry, we won’t take it personally), then take the opportunity whenever it suits you, perhaps when you are out for a walk, to pop into reception to say hello. Take a seat and just let your dog experience the hospital without ‘anything bad happening’. Perhaps we can build up to giving a treat or popping them on the weighing scales.We can go as slow as they need. Regular visits like this can help your dog to realise that VISITS TO THE VET ARE NOT A SCARY THING.
- Keep them protected by ensuring they are up to date with their VACCINATIONS! Dogs, cats and rabbits require an annual vaccination in order to keep them protected from a variety of nasty viruses. If you are unsure whether your pet is up to date, call in to us and we can help you out.
- Our PET HEALTH PLANS will help you to show the LOVE to your wallet and bank account. They are a great way to save money and keep your dog and cat up to date with their annual check up, vaccination and flea and worm treatment. You will also get additional free vet visits and free nurse visits. Learn more about the easiest way to save money by clicking HERE.
- And finally, Show your pet the LOVE by introducing PUZZLE FEEDERS. Puzzle feeders are a brilliant way to feed your pet and encourage them to use their beautiful brain to find their food, providing mental stimulation and exercise! There are lots on the market, or you can even make your own, like this one that Paula made for her cat Logan.