Chilham Castle International Horse Trials & Dog Show 28th&29th July

Looking forward to a great weekend at Chilham 28th and 29th July. Cinque Ports Vets are sponsoring the Kent Greyhound Rescue Dog Show again on the 29th and our Milbourn Equine vets will be there all weekend providing their services for the horse trials. Both Milbourn & Cinque Ports Vets will be at their tradestand … Read more

Summer Survival Guide

Ticks Ticks are blood sucking parasites that transmit serious diseases to both pets and humans. They attach to your pet to feed off their blood. It is important that you check your pet’s coat thoroughly especially dogs after coming back from a walk. Ask us for more information on how best to protect your pet … Read more

Rabbit Awareness Week 2nd-10th June 2018

Each year, RAW focuses on raising awareness around one key welfare issue to help improve the lives of UK rabbits. Since 2011, inappropriate diet has been cited by veterinary professionals in the annual PDSA Animal Wellbeing (PAW) Report as the top issue that needs to be addressed for rabbits. So this year we are joining the campaign to … Read more

Happy Easter!

Please make sure you keep your inquisitive pets away from all the chocolate eggs this Easter. Chocolate is extremely poisonous and in some cases can be fatal. Chocolate (Theobromine) Chocolate is one of the most common causes of poisoning in dogs. Generally the higher the percentage of cocoa or the darker the chocolate is the … Read more

Mobile Moggies!

Arthritis is relatively common in older cats although they do not often show the lameness signs we associate with dogs suffering from arthritis. This is because cats are relatively small and agile and they can hide and cover up mobility difficulties caused by arthritis. Instead, affected cats are more likely to show subtle changes in lifestyle … Read more

Why should I pick it up?

Dog fouling, it’s not just a ‘litter’ issue, it’s against the law! We’ve all been there, that familiar squish underfoot and immediately identifiable pungent odour that wrinkles the noses of even the strong stomached, you’ve trodden in someone else’s dog poo!! But apart from the obvious annoyance, wiping of shoes on the grass and trying … Read more

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