Discounted Visits for Rabbit Awareness Week

Rabbit Awareness Week this years runs from 1st to 9th June. The theme for 2019 is ‘Protect and Prevent’ raising awareness of Rabbit Viral Haemorrhagic Disease 2, an often fatal disease which is easily prevented by vaccination. As part of Rabbit Awareness Week, we are offering offering reduced price health checks and vaccinations with free goody bag from 3rd-8th June. Having a home visit for your rabbits’ check reduces their stress levels and enables them to get back to their normal routine quickly. Stress can cause serious health problems in rabbits, including gut stasis. Call today on 07410411461 or book online at https://www.supersaas.co.uk/schedule/Pawsitive_Vet_Care/Home_Visit_Appointments to arrange your home visit. Visit fee… Read More

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Cat Care for Life

Cat Care for Life is an initiative from International Cat Care to create a better partnership between vets and cat owners aimed at keeping cats happy and healthy for as long as possible.  By providing routine preventative healthcare from kittenhood to old age you can minimise problems occurring in the first place and maximise the chance of early detection of any illness, when much more can be done. Please follow and like us:

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Rabbits need vaccinating too!

Rabbits are popular pets but can be complex little creatures to care for.  They need protecting against two deadly diseases – myxomatosis and rabbit haemorrhagic disease (RHD). Rabbits can get very stressed when being transported to the veterinary clinic, so a home visit is an ideal way for them to be checked and protected.  Oreo and Quentin pictured here got back to their normal activities very quickly after their injections. Please follow and like us:

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Kallisti is very brave

Kallisti the kitten had her first veterinary health check earlier this week which included her vaccinations against cat flu, enteritis and leukaemia.  She was also microchipped, and was given treatment to prevent fleas and worms. She was a bit nervous but soon came out of her shell when I presented her with her new toy from her kitten pack and offered her some tasty treats. She was very brave and enjoyed a cuddle afterwards.  I am looking forward to seeing her again in a few weeks when she has her second vaccination. It is really important for kittens to be vaccinated to protect them against some potentially fatal diseases.  Microchipping… Read More

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Pawsitive Vet Care launches

Pawsitive Vet Care is now open for business!  Providing personalised home visits in the Warwick area, covering Coventry, Warwick, Leamington, Stratford and the surrounding villages, my aim is to improve collaboration between owner, pet and vet by involving owners more in decision-making and healthcare provision. Please follow and like us:

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