COVID-19 (Coronavirus) – an update for our clients.

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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Edgewood Vet’s summer safety tips for rabbits

June 21st, 2020

Check out our suggestions for keeping your rabbit cool this season.

Keeping your dog cool all summer

June 14th, 2020

Warmer weather can be hazardous to dogs, so our head nurse Caroline has come up with some top summer safety tips.

Avoiding summer hazards for your cat

June 7th, 2020

A few suggestions for ways to keep your cat comfortable when the temperature rises in Essex.

Your guide to a happy cat, by Edgewood Vets

May 21st, 2020

A look at ways you can tell if your cat is contented.

Is your pet vaccinated against RVHD?

May 14th, 2020

There are two strains of this killer disease so it’s important to make sure your pet is protected, says Edgewood Vets.

Helping your dog get more out of life

May 7th, 2020

Enrichment is the watchword when it comes to exercising your dog’s brain, say the team at Edgewood Veterinary Group.

Make sure you don’t over walk your dog

April 21st, 2020

With everyone at home & looking for things to do – could too much exercise be bad for your dog?

Mental health benefits of having a pet when you’re isolated

April 14th, 2020

How pets could help us when we’re forced to Isolate.

Visiting Edgewood Veterinary Group during the Coronavirus outbreak

April 7th, 2020

Our quick guide on when you should and shouldn’t visit the surgery during the Coronavirus emergency.

Coronavirus home confinement advice for pet owners

March 26th, 2020

With stepped-up government measures in place and Coronavirus information changing daily, it’s no surprise pet owners are worried about their pets. Firstly, it’s important not to panic. To date, there is no evidence confirming pets are a source of infection or can become sick from COVID-19 themselves.