MATERNITY COVER! WE NEED YOU
Haylee our Qualified Nurse will be off on a new adventure mid September as she is expecting her first baby!💓
So we will be looking for cover while she is away💪
If you know of any Nurses and think they could help please get them to contact the surgery on 02087641254 or email their CV to email@example.com.
We would be looking for them to start early to mid September (Qualified would be preferred but if you are not we are still happy to consider the position but MUST have experience in working in practice.)
So don't be shy get in touch! And clients please share this post for us!
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20% off of Kennel cough vaccinations during the month of August!
Now the vaccination is called Kennel cough however it can be given any time of the year and not only if your dog is going into kennels.
If you have any questions about the vaccination please feel free to call the surgery on 0208 764 1254 ... See MoreSee Less
Norbury Pet Health Centre shared a post.
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😎🤪🥵 It is VERY HOT out there today everyone and we MUST take extra care to keep our pets cool.
Please avoid taking your dogs out on a walk through the day and either take them very early morning or leave it until the later evening when it is HOPEFULLY cooler.
The air is very close and some breeds (in particular our French/English Bulldogs, Pugs, Husky and THICK DOUBLE coated dogs) should likely be kept inside all of the coming days apart form a trip outside to go to the toilet.
There is no midday heat at the moment to avoid, it is HOT and difficult all of the day.
Keeping curtains and blinds closed will help keep the home cooler, having fans on and a water bottle to spritz in the air will help cool the air.
Cool gel mats are a great way to help keep your dogs and cats cool in this heat, be cautious though if your dog likes to chew on things as supervision would be recommended.
Dogs and cats do not sweat like we do so they are at a much higher risk of HYPERTHERMIA and HEATSTROKE!
If you would like to talk to any of the staff at Norbury about other means to help keep your pets cool please call us on 0208764154.
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Animal Rescue Centers
It has been the case for many years and it will probably be the case for more to come unless we start to make a change.
There are hundreds of animals longing to be your loyal friends and companions in all of the rescue centers ❤️💓❤️
The poster displays just a small number of them which includes some very well known and a few others that are not as popular.
Many of the smaller rescue centers have open days and fairs to raise money and awareness for themselves. They find it a lot harder to financially support them and the animals because they are not as well known.
Check them out online and go along to one 💪🏼🐴🐶🐱🐷🐮🐭🐰 ... See MoreSee Less
Foal farms country fair is this Sunday. A great day out.
Thank you for this. I will share
New Hope Animal Rescue Have also set up Volunteer days 🙂
We are receiving a lot of calls from concerned clients in relation to their up coming travels with their pets.
Now Brexit is still hot topic but we are no more in the loop than you are unfortunately.
We rely on the information and guidance we are given from DEFRA (Department of the Environment, Fisheries and
DEFRA stands for Department of the Environment, Fisheries and Rural Affairs) (London, England, UK)
If you have any questions in relation to specific requirements for your pet to travel with you, especially for countries outside of the EU it would be advised you call them and have a chat about your options.
For example It may involve us having to order some more specific parasite control treatment for you pet as they will be being exposed to other parasites they ordinarily are not treated against for here in England.
If you are planning on travelling soon after the 31st October 2019 (our expected decision date) then please feel free to call us and we can discuss what we THINK may be happening when it comes to travelling with your pet as the Pet Passport Scheme/Travel Scheme may not be as straight forward as it has been for the last few years.
We hope this is of some help 💪🏼😁 ... See MoreSee Less
No problem Taking our baby to Cornwall 🙂
Grass Seed Season is in full swing and we have already seen 3 patients who have had to have surgery to remove them!
Where we have had such hot days there are very dry areas in the parks and commons and we must be EXTRA careful when walking our dogs.
We advise when you get home from your walk you have a good look in-between your dogs toes (top and bottom), around their ears and their muzzles.
These little things can cause A LOT of bother and are very painful for our pets. They can even go down their ears risking puncturing their ear canals and even go into their eyes!! 😭
If your dog is a regular at the groomers you could ask them to trim their feet a little shorter than normal so that it makes it a little easier to check them for any grass seeds. ... See MoreSee Less
I remember our Roscoe had one stuck in his ear. Terrible agony. He even reacted to it being removed when under GA. Keep safe folks ...
Sun cream for your pets is s real thing! And a very important thing.
Our pets are exposed just as much as we are if not more sometimes. Some pets are more prone to getting sunburn, particularly White cats/dogs and ones who have thinner fur. Their noses and their ears tend to be areas that are affect the most but keep a eye on their pink bellies if they are sunning themselves.
There are different option too,creams, sticks, sprays and even wipes.
Please be careful everyone and contact us at the surgery if you would like us to order some for you.
PLEASE DO NOT USE HUMAN OR BABY SUN CREAM, it is not the same, our skin is not the same as theirs and it can be highly toxic to them! ... See MoreSee Less
Just out of interest can you use these on horses?
🐱🐶JULY NEUTERING PROMOTION🐶🐱
During the month of July if your cat or dog is coming in to be neutered you will receive 20% off of the bill!
There are many reasons why we recommend neutering our cats and dogs, so if you would like to discuss these with us please call the surgery on 0208 764 1254. ... See MoreSee Less
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