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 Things are hotting up with the sun coming out and Dante knows how to keep cool…whilst looking cool! Just a reminder that our furry friends can suffer in this heat, having to lug a fur coat around can take its toll so make sure to offer your pet plenty of access to shade and fresh cool water on our warmer days. Limit exercise in the hotter parts...

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Tomorrow marks the start of national micro-chipping month. Throughout June various organisations are supporting responsible pet ownership and a major part of this is being sure your pet can be traced to you. We are doing our part by offering a FREE MICRO-CHIPPING SERVICE throughout the whole month. These chips are easy, quick and relatively pain free to place. We can microchip any species and are...

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                           Veterinary Nursing Awareness Month? We are getting into full swing supporting it with our decorative window display and promoting our wide range of nurse clinics. These clinics include: -Nail clips -Anal gland expression -Geriatric care -Dental Checks -Puppy/kitten care -Weight clinics Here at Alpha we have a team of dedicated and caring nurses (as you can see from the photos) that help keep...

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We love animals of all ages here at Alpha but who can resist a beautiful puppy or a cute kitten!? For our youngest patients we offer informative and in-depth veterinary consultations where we talk through everything from vaccines to toilet training and all the things a new parent needs to know! We also support monthly FREE checks with one of our friendly nursing team to ensure...

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Its April and we are celebrating National Pet Month which helps promote responsible pet ownership and helps raise awareness for many pet charities. For further information regarding this scheme click on the following link http://www.nationalpetmonth.org.uk/ or pop in and chat to one of our friendly reception staff!...

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Here is Felisa the vet performing a bitch spay operation with Kiri our student nurse. As you can see from the images it is a large procedure and sometimes assistance is needed to help hold tissues and pass instruments. Neutering your pets is an essential part of keeping them happy and healthy. Unspayed females can suffer from a life threatening condition called pyometra where the uterus...

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