News from Quantock Vet Hospital

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News from Quantock Vet Hospital

Twelve Days of Christmas Hazards!

It's a busy time in most households over Christmas and our pets can come across many unusual, fascinating and tasty temptations!  But beware, many of the things we enjoy over the festive period can be potentially very dangerous to our animals.  Here are...

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Quantock Vets Christmas 2017 Opening Hours

      The next few weeks can be the busiest weeks of the year but meanwhile life carries on. So, with regard to your pets, don't worry - we are here!  Our opening hours are shown below but we will always have someone trained answering the phone at the Hospital so...

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Lucky Lottie the Rottie

Lottie is a friendly seven year old rescue, Rottweiler. In May 2017 her owners Dean and Anne-Marie noticed her drooling rather a lot and that her mouth looked a little red. They then noticed that she had developed a lump in her mouth and several small skin...

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Our Pet of the Month Jacob the rabbit!

Jacob is a two and a half year old Continental Giant rabbit who was brought in to us after his owner noticed he was suffering from diarrhoea. Usually a very placid and content rabbit, Jacob was not himself at all. Tessa Procter, one of our vets examined...

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Fireworks are not loved by everyone!

The excitement and fun of fireworks in November is not that far off. And it seems now that the season of fireworks runs from Bonfire Night through to New Year, but many of pet owners are not keen.  If you've a pet that is terrified by the scary noises and...

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Help is at hand for overweight pets

The incidence of obesity in pets has increased significantly in recent years and it is causing a great deal of concern among the veterinary profession.  Many of our pets are becoming overweight or obese purely down well-meaning owners being a bit too kind...

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Beetroot the cat’s cystitis treatment

Cystitis might seem a minor condition – something not to worry about – however as Beetroot the cat’s experiences demonstrate, it can be a very serious and complicated condition to treat. Dominic Phillips explained “Feline Idiopathic Cystitis (FIC) is a...

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Mission and Vision

Mission, Vision and Culture were the headlines of a Practice away day held on 5th July in the stunning setting of Blackmore Farm Manor House, Cannington. Practice Principle, Dominic Phillips, drew on his previous business and management experience to lead...

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