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…
Don’t forget that if you have a specific query you can always contact one of our vets or nursing team.
Ways you can cross off ticks in Purleigh
Ticks are blood-sucking parasites that can cause infection or lead to disease, so we’ve created an infographic on how to remove them.
Protect your rabbit this spring with Edgewood Vets
We offer some advice on why you should vaccinate your pet and how to keep them safe from common annual problems.
Keep your cat worm-free with Edgewood Vets
No one likes the thought of their pet having worms, so we have some tips on preventing and getting rid of them.
Lifesaving dental advice for rabbits from Edgewood Vets
Many health problems in rabbits can be linked to their teeth, which is why we are offering nurse dental checks this month.
Healthy teeth and gums for cats
Once over the age of three, cats can be prone to tooth and gum problems. For peace of mind Edgewood Vets can offer your pet a dental check-up.
Brushing your dog’s teeth
Dental health is very important in dogs, as Jürgen Theinert explains. Make sure you’re treating your dog’s teeth right with a dental check-up.
Keeping a happy bunny in Essex
You can enrich your rabbit’s life with just a few simple adjustments to its surroundings, so check out our tips here.
Learn your cat’s Body Condition Score
Our handy chart, devised by head vet Jürgen will help you determine if your cat is at its correct weight for its size and age.
Dogs’ fun doesn’t have to stop with the festivities
After all the Christmas fun your dog may get a bit bored, but Edgewood Vets have tips to keep them at their peak.
Top tips for cat treats
Winter’s a time to spoil yourself – and your pet. But if you’re unsure of what are the best treats, why not contact the team at Edgewood Veterinary Group for advice?