Regular, preventative pet-care news & advice

Read on for a host of preventative pet-care news and advice that’s free & updated monthly. In the stories below you’ll find seasonal tips & information on how to keep your pet healthy. If you’d like us to email you whenever we update the news then simply…

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Light night care for cats with Edgewood Veterinary Group

May 21st, 2019

As the days get longer, your cat may spend more time outside. Here are some tips to keep your pet safe this summer.

Prepare your dog to move with Edgewood Veterinary Group

May 14th, 2019

Moving house is a stressful time, so it’s important to make the process as calm as possible for your dog

Protect your rabbit this summer with Edgewood Veterinary Group

May 7th, 2019

Some common summer plants are poisonous to rabbits. See our at-a-glance guide to help you spot the dangers.

A dental check could be a lifesaver for your rabbit

April 21st, 2019

Book a check-up at Edgewood Vets in Purleigh and get lifesaving dental advice for your rabbit.

Doggy dental checks in Purleigh

April 14th, 2019

Keep on top of your dog’s dental health with a check-up and advice from our team.

Find out how to prevent dental problems in cats

April 7th, 2019

Take care of your cat’s teeth by booking a check-up at Edgewood Vets in Purleigh.

How to keep your cat flea free

March 21st, 2019

Keep ahead of the game by making sure you check your cat for signs of fleas. Edgewood Veterinary Group tell you how.

Keep your rabbit safe outdoors in Purleigh

March 14th, 2019

Your garden may have pet hazards, including predators, infections and escape areas. Our tips can help you make it safer.

Dog worming advice for spring in Purleigh

March 7th, 2019

Book a worming check-up and find out which products will help keep your dog safe from parasites.

Keeping your rabbit safe in Purleigh

February 21st, 2019

Diseases from the garden can be deadly for your rabbit, but there’re vaccinations to keep them safe.