One of our client's wives runs her own cake design business and kindly made us a HUGE box of personalised cupcakes. They have gone down a storm and taste delicious. We can report that there are none left - yummy!
Top tip for protecting against ticks #1: Always check your dog’s ears, fur and paws for ticks, particularly after a walk.
At HNVG stock a variety of products to help you protect your pet AND take the stress out of remembering to apply/ purchase more when your product runs out We will text or email you a monthly reminder. Keeping your pet in tip-top condition doesn't get any easier!
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At HNVG we actively promote regular parasite control and with the tick-bourne encephalitis virus now on UK soil, it has never been more important. We stock a variety of products to kill both internal and external parasites.
Top Tips: > Groom, brush against and with the coat during grooming to see if there are any ticks. > Check inside the ears, around eyes, on their chin and between the pads and toes. > Remove: Use a tick removal tool or speak to one of our vets or nurses. DO NOT pull it straight off. You risk leaving mouthparts behind that can lead to infection.
If you are unsure what to do if you find a tick on your pet please contact us. ...
Public Health England (PHE) has confirmed cases of tick-borne encephalitis virus in ticks from two parts of England - Thetford Forest and an area on the Hampshire-Dorset border.
The virus can harm the brain and is spread to people via ticks. Whilst the disease is circulating in mainland Europe, Scandinavia and Asia, this is the first time it has been seen on UK soil.
PHE says the risk to people is low. At HNVG we actively encourage you to make sure your pet’s parasite care is kept up to date. At HNVG we stock a variety of products that work to kill both internal and external parasites. For more information on what product is best suited to your pet please contact the surgery.