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VetPlus Advent Calendar Posted 11/11/2016 - News

  UPDATE 15/11: Thank you to everyone that registered, we’ve now surpassed the 200 calendars which we’ll be sending out shortly.  We’ve seen a huge amount of interest for our advent calendars over the past few days and although we unfortunately won’t be able to send out calendars to everyone that registered, we’ve decided to […]

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An Update From Milly Posted 07/11/2016 - Blog

It’s Milly here! Since you last heard from me, I have been very busy doing lots of new and exciting things and getting used to my new surroundings. I have had loads of visitors and everyone says how cute I am and gives me loads of cuddles. I am now much bigger than when you […]

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From Dusk Till Dawn Posted 01/11/2016 - Blog

Sue Ketland DipCABT from Wood Green The Animals Charity talks to us about her experiences with keeping animals calm during fireworks.     It’s that time of year again. The nights are drawing in and the temperature is dropping. The time of year that many pet owners dread. The time of year when calls for […]

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Completely Calmex This Bonfire Season Posted 21/10/2016 - Blog

Completely Calmex Holiday season is upon us, and with the celebrations comes something many dog owners dread – fireworks. Amongst the smiling faces, toffee apples, muddy wellington boots and woolly hats are frantic dogs; destroying furniture, cowering under beds and madly howling. In fact, it is estimated that over 45% of dogs experience some form […]

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8 Ways to Keep Your Dog Calm This Bonfire Night Posted 19/10/2016 - Blog

It’s not uncommon for dogs to be fearful of loud noises, in fact in 2005 a study was carried out by the RSPCA which found that 49% of owners questioned reported their dog was afraid of loud noises. To help your dog this year, follow the below tips from VetPlus.   1. Let them hide […]

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Helping a Scared Dog Posted 17/10/2016 - Blog

Dogs are lovers of routine, and are happiest when they are well within their comfort zone. Unfortunately, and often unpreventably, our human actions force these dogs into situations that make them feel nervous, stressed and uncomfortable. This anxiety can sometimes manifest as a range of symptoms, from vocalisation, destruction and inappropriate toileting to hiding away, […]

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Sponsored Athlete George Fox Gets Gold at Loughborough University Posted 13/10/2016 - Blog

We’re now at the end of the season and athlete George Fox, who is sponsored by VetPlus, has had a remarkable season! Lytham teenage runner George Fox was in outstanding form in the International Paralympics Athletics Challenge 100m final in Amsterdam, back in late July. George ran the race of his career so far in […]

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Milly’s First Photos Posted 11/10/2016 - Blog

We’re pleased to introduce you to Milly, our sponsored puppy with Dogs for Good who has finally sat still long enough to have her photo taken!  Milly is already around 8 weeks old having been born on the 8th August 2016 in Leamington and will be heading up to Preston shortly for her socialisation training. […]

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The VetPlus family just got a little more strange… Posted 10/10/2016 - Blog

BVNA is one of the biggest congresses for vet nurses across the country. We decided this year to dedicate our stand to Vetschoice. The stand was busy from start to finish, with vet nurses crowding round and entering the competition to win £250! The team consisted of Rebecca Embelton, Bernice Cox, Alex Imerfreys, Chris Grayson, […]

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How Coatex Can Help Combat Your Dog’s Dry Skin and Maintain a Healthy Coat Posted 10/10/2016 - Blog

Does your pet have dry, flaky skin? Is their coat in poor condition? Do they seem to be constantly grooming themselves? If the answer is yes to any of the above your pet may not be maintaining a healthy skin barrier. The skin is the largest organ in the body, accounting for 12% of your […]

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