The top five reasons to care about your pet’s dental health!

We humans take our teeth very seriously! Despite the dreaded visits to the dentist, nothing beats a pearly white smile. The same goes for our furry friends! 

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To desex or not to desex?

The question of whether or not you should desex your pet has become a popular point of discussion in recent years. Most vets will generally advise that it is the best option for all pets...

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Paws In Need Donation Drive coming soon!

Next month, our clinic will be launching the Paws in Need donation drive, where we’ll be giving back to the furry friends who are doing it tough.

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Dental diseases in cats

Keeping our pearly whites strong and healthy takes a lot of work. Brushing twice a day, flossing and the list goes on. Who doesn’t love a trip to the dentist twice (if we are really good) a year?

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Meet Winnie

We all know dogs are notorious for eating things they shouldn't, and occasionally we have to open them up to get it out. However, this month at Reservoir Vets we had a cheeky cat eat something she shouldn't, not once but twice! 

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Meet Puma

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.

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Jonas and the grass seed

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! 

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Adopt, don't shop!

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. 

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Our senior pets - Meet Senior Mel

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.

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Warm weather and our small pets

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. 

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