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How to feed your dog – everything you need to know

January 14th, 2021

Jürgen is sharing advice on what, when, and how much food to feed your dog to give them a healthy and balanced diet.

21 foods that can harm your rabbit in 2021

January 7th, 2021

Head vet Jürgen Theinert shares advice on 21 foods your rabbit should avoid that can either make them unwell, or kill them.

Visiting Edgewood Veterinary Group during the Coronavirus outbreak

January 4th, 2021

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

Cat diets must be done safely advises head vet Jürgen Theinert

December 21st, 2020

Putting your cat on a diet isn’t as simple as just reducing their food intake. Read our advice on what you need to know about cat dieting.

Edgewood Vets rabbit meal planner is perfect for the new year

December 14th, 2020

Use our rabbit meal planner to help you provide the right amounts of leafy greens, pellets and other foods your rabbit needs each day.

How to keep your dog in shape after the festivities

December 7th, 2020

Caroline Mills shares some advice on understanding why your dog’s gained weight recently, and top tips to keep them in shape.

Rabbit care and preparing your home for Christmas

November 21st, 2020

The Edgewood Veterinary Group Christmas rabbit care guide. Get prepared for the festivities by using our simple to-do list.

How to buy dog toys and other Christmas treats for pets in Purleigh

November 14th, 2020

Five top tips to make sure whatever you buy your dogs or other pets for Christmas, they’ll come up to the mark.

Has your dog eaten raisins or your cat chewed chives?

November 7th, 2020

The team at Edgewood Veterinary Group has some advice on what you need to do if your pet eats the wrong thing at Christmas.

Jürgen Theinert recommends 5 things to look out for in older dogs

October 21st, 2020

Senior dogs require a little extra care as our head vet explains with their list of five things to look out for in older dogs.