One of the interesting cases this month at Reservoir Vet was a 2 year old cat called Puma who visited us for an emergency procedure.
During this taste-bud tantalising time of the year, there are a range of hazards to our pets that we should be aware of so that the long weekend we all look forward to goes to plan.
Following last month’s grass seed article, Reservoir had an interesting case come into the clinic. Goes to show grass seeds are definitely something to keep an eye out for!
The most wonderful and busiest time of the year may be over for some but for many rescue groups, the weeks and months following Christmas means overcrowded kennels and catteries with newly surrendered animals.
Mel is a female Domestic shorthair and is the ripe old age of 21! Mel has been coming and seeing Dr Andrea at Reservoir since 1999.
Now that we are coming into the warmer months of the year it is important to not only keep an eye on our cats and dogs, but to take extra care of our smaller pets as well.
Cats are creatures of habit and moving houses can be a big deal. This month we had Lucky the cat who found the move so stressful, he became severely constipated and needed an emergency enema late on a Friday night.
Nurse Tess is welcoming a new Hungarian Viszla puppy into her home and how cute is he!