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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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Test yourself on the signs & symptoms of rabbit arthritis

October 21st, 2020

Christina has created a clever quiz to help you spot the signs & symptoms of arthritis to look out for in your rabbit.

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Is your older dog suffering in silence from arthritis? Spot the signs

October 14th, 2020

Christina explains the changes in things like your dog’s mobility, demeanour, and grooming that could indicate osteoarthritis.

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Bayswater Veterinary Clinic shares 7 ways to provide comfortable home care for arthritic cats

October 7th, 2020

Do you know how to keep an arthritic cat comfortable at home? Read our top tips for making life easier for your older cat

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How to prepare your cat for short days this Autumn.

September 21st, 2020

Head vet Christina Goodwin explains how to keep your cat safe this Autumn as the nights start to get a little shorter.

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Head nurse Kate Locke has some dark night poison advice for pet owners.

September 14th, 2020

Are you aware of the dark night poisons to watch out for when it comes to your pet? Get clued-up and stay safe with our advice.

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Advice from Bayswater Veterinary Clinic on whether your small furry pet will hibernate.

September 7th, 2020

Read our hibernation guide for small furries and find out how you can keep your tiny pet happy, awake, and healthy this year.

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