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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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Why talk to a Vet before putting an overweight cat on a diet

December 7th, 2021

Our head nurse Kate Locke explains why you should always consult with your Vet before putting your cat on a diet.

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Bored guinea pigs and hamsters – how to avoid this at Christmas time

November 21st, 2021

Can you avoid having a bored guinea pig or hamster when you’re burning the Christmas candle at both ends?

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Christmas foods that are toxic to dogs – a Vet’s guide

November 14th, 2021

Should you give your dog human foods like roast dinner, mince pies, and Christmas pudding? The team at Bayswater Veterinary Clinic will tell you.

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Christmas and cats – what could possibly go wrong?

November 7th, 2021

In this article, head Vet Adam Maxton, shares common causes of Christmas cat injuries and advises how to avoid them.

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Adam Maxton advises what to look out in your rabbit pre-winter

October 21st, 2021

We can help you make sure your rabbit is healthy and get them ready for the colder months ahead. Check out our rabbit health check list.

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Five cold weather walking tips for your dog

October 14th, 2021

Dogs might seem warm in their furry coats, but the veterinary team at Bayswater Vets wants to remind you to take care as it gets colder.

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