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Neutering your pets Written by Administrator on July 20th, 2014 Posted in Cat news, Dog News, Pet News, Rabbit News, Vets in Desborough, Vets in Harborough District, Vets in Kibworth, Vets in Rothwell

Neutering of both male and female cats, dogs and rabbits are procedures that we perform on a daily basis at our Market Harborough branch.

Neutering your animals not only helps to prevent some serious and sometimes fatal illnesses, but also ensures they can not contribute to the increasing problem of animals looking for homes, of which there are too many animals and not enough homes.

At the moment we are being inundated with requests to help rehome kittens. Whilst we are not a rehoming establishment we will always try and help where we can.  Cats (and rabbits) in particular, can breed from a very young age, and should be neutered according to your vets instructions.  Cats should not be allowed outside until they have been neutered.

If you would like to discuss having your dog, cat or rabbit neutered, please telephone us to discuss this with a vet or nurse.

Are your pets microchip details up-to-date? On July 13th, 2014 by Administrator, posted in Cat news, Dog News, Rabbit News, Vets in Desborough, Vets in Harborough District, Vets in Kibworth, Vets in Rothwell

This week has been a busy week for escaped pets! At the practice we have had several animals bought into us by members of the public, after they had found them wandering. Some of these pets have been micro chipped, which is the most reliable way to identify your pet and give you the best [...]

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Is your pet insured? On July 6th, 2014 by Administrator, posted in Cat news, Dog News, Pet News, Rabbit News, Vets in Desborough, Vets in Harborough District, Vets in Kibworth, Vets in Rothwell

Advancing veterinary care, means that bills can quickly add up.  Bills of hundreds or thousands of pounds are now commonplace, especially if referral to a specialist is necessary. By taking out pet insurance, you can ensure your pet receives the best treatment should the worst happen. There are many different policies around, catering for everyone.  [...]

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