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Pet care news and advice

At Bayswater Veterinary Clinic, we believe in preventative care and encouraging owner awareness.

This means we like to help you avoid pet health problems before they start, or spot symptoms before they become serious – so that treatment has the greatest chance of success.

We also share news with you, whether about events or changes at our clinic, or issues from the wider pet world. Plus, you can always contact our team with specific queries.

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Help your rabbit get fitter

December 7th, 2018

If you’re not sure whether your rabbit is a healthy weight, the Bayswater Vets team is here to help you find out – and make improvements.

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Having a dog reduces your risk of an early death

November 28th, 2018

Have you been looking for an excuse to get a furry new best friend? Here at Bayswater Vets, We’ve got just the thing. Big news, animal lovers. According to research carried out in Sweden, having a dog padding around the house can reduce your risk of an early death from cardiovascular disease (and similar causes)….

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Everything you need to know about EU pet travel in a ‘No Deal’ Brexit

November 28th, 2018

Love taking your pets on your European travels? Here’s everything you need to know in the event of a No Deal Brexit. When it comes to our pets, we never take chances. They’re much too important to us for that. That’s why we want to make sure that you have all the information you might…

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Bayswater Vets’ top three festive gifts for rabbits

November 21st, 2018

Want to treat your bunny this Christmas? We’ve got a few ideas for you.

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Have a merry (and safe) Christmas with your dog

November 14th, 2018

Take a look at Bayswater Vets’ guide to Christmas foods that your dog should avoid at all costs.

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A better Christmas for cats around Bayswater

November 7th, 2018

Check out our infographic about cats at Christmas, which features useful advice to help keep your pet happy and safe.

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