Seasonal Canine Illness (SCI) It’s that time of year again and cases of harvest mite and SCI are here again. Harvest mite are the pinhead orange mites which find dark, sheltered areas on pets, such as between their toes. Some dogs have presented showing localised skin irritation, especially of their paws whilst others have come…
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Here at THOMPSONS Veterinary Surgery we help you look after the routine and preventative health care for your pet, but it is also important to consider the importance of pet insurance in providing cover for any unexpected veterinary treatment should your pet become ill or is injured. We recommend having a good pet insurance policy…
At this time of year when there are newly born livestock on the field ‘Take the Lead’ and put your dog/s on a secure collar/harness and lead to keep them away from protective mothers. This keeps you, your dog/s and the livestock safe.
On Thursday the 2nd of December this cat was found in Skegby. He is male, not neutered and probably just 5 month old. If this is your cat or you know him, please contact us on 01623-555460
Have you seen this ginger tom cat? He went missing on Thursday 10th February He lives at 55 Sheepwalk Lane, Ravenshead. He answers to Lion-o. He is wearing a red tartan collar. Please ring Heather, Chris and James on 01623 478295 if you find him
With Diwali on 19 October this year followed by Bonfire night on 5 November, if your pet is worried by loud noises it can become a stressful time. The long term answer
It’s time to either be checking and adapting outdoor living quarters for rabbits or bringing them indoors for the winter. Rabbits cope well in moderately cold temperatures