Regular, preventative pet-care news & advice
Read on for a host of preventative pet-care news and advice that’s free & updated monthly. In the stories below you’ll find seasonal tips & information on how to keep your pet healthy. If you’d like us to email you whenever we update the news then simply…
Don’t forget that if you have a specific query you can always contact one of our vets or nursing team.
Vets on the Park’s tips for a healthy feline heart
Heart disease in cats is tricky to spot as symptoms often set in late. Prevention really is key, so regular check-ups can help.
Signs your dog may have heart disease
Heart disease can be difficult to spot but there are warning signs that you can watch out for – as well as booking a check-up at Vets on the Park.
Keep your dog safe from ticks
It’s getting to the time of year when ticks are most active, so our head vet Alison Jones has some tips for dealing with them.
Keep your cat worm-free with Vets on the Park
No one likes the thought of their pet having worms, so we have some tips on preventing and getting rid of them.
Spring safety tips for bunnies
Overheating, deadly diseases and flystrike become more common in the warm weather. Follow Vets on the Park’s tips.
Brushing your dog’s teeth
Dental health is very important in dogs, as Alison Jones explains. Make sure you’re treating your dog’s teeth right with a dental check-up.
Dental health checks save rabbits’ lives
As Rachel Roberts will tell you when you take your rabbit for a dental health check, their teeth are excellent indicators of overall health.
Healthy teeth and gums for cats
Once over the age of three, cats can be prone to tooth and gum problems. For peace of mind Vets on the Park can offer your pet a dental check-up.
Is your cat fat or fit in Gloucestershire?
Being either overweight or underweight can affect your cat’s health, but our Body Condition Score chart will help you gauge its optimum weight.
Dogs’ fun doesn’t have to stop with the festivities
After all the Christmas fun your dog may get a bit bored, but Vets on the Park have tips to keep them at their peak.