It’s whizz bang pop time again!
The firework season is upon us, a time for loud bangs and
screeches. As we happily ‘oooo’ and ‘aahh’ at the starbursts in the sky and
jump at the explosive sounds, sadly for some pets and their owners, it is a
particularly distressing time.
If your dog or cat is affected by fireworks, now is the time
to begin preparations to help make your pet feel more relaxed, comfortable and
secure. Here are our top tips for the firework season:
If you are a registered client, refer a friend to Two By Two Veterinary Centre and receive £15 credit for use in-store.
As an existing client of Two By Two Veterinary Centre, if you recommend a family member or friend, we’d be grateful.
Two By Two Veterinary Centre offers free healthchecks for new puppies, kittens and rabbit kits. We invite you to come in as soon as you have bought or adopted your new pet.
Welcome to the autumn 2019 edition of the quarterly Two By Two Veterinary Centre practice newsletter. In this edition, conkers as a toxic hazard and managing firework anxiety are discussed .
Welcome to the summer 2019 edition of the quarterly Two By Two Veterinary Centre practice newsletter. In this edition, potential Brexit preparations for PETS passports and travel are discussed .
Welcome to the winter 2018 edition of the quarterly Two By Two Veterinary Centre practice newsletter. In this edition, we introduce our Platinum Pets preventative healthcare plan and Puppy Preschool.
Vets are often presented with rabbits that have a variety of illnesses due to the long-term feeding of an inappropriate diet. (more…)
Welcome to the summer 2018 edition of the quarterly Two By Two Veterinary Centre practice newsletter. Simply click the image preview below to access the full pdf of the article and we hope you enjoy it. (more…)
Two By Two Veterinary Centre runs Puppy Pre-School socialisation classes for puppies aged 9-16 weeks, in vaccination stage. This is a sensitive, critical time in their development when it will be particularly beneficial. (more…)
National Pet Month promotes healthy, happy pets and helps fundraise for the nation’s pets. You can help… visit the National Pet Month website and become a supporter, follow them on Twitter and Facebook. There are many events set up by pet lovers for pet lovers so why not find your nearest one and help support this good cause?