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Due to a recent sad case where a young cat licked/ate part of a Lily, we thought we would remind people NEVER to buy these flowers for a household where cats live.

They are extremely toxic to cats, and only a small amount either licked or eaten, can cause kidney failure and death. Unfortunately no warnings are ever displayed where these flowers are purchased, and many well intended purchasers are unaware of their dangers. Please share this advice so we can highlight to as many as possible.

In the event of a cat licking/eating any part of these plants, veterinary attention should be sought immediately.

Christmas at Prospect House

Christmas at Prospect House

To help keep them safe we have prepared a list of hazards to be aware of around the festive period. See our CHRISTMAS OPENING TIMES

Firework Season Advice

Firework Season Advice

Many of our pets can struggle with the noise and flashing lights from fireworks, including rabbits and guinea pigs as well as dogs and cats. 

Meet Chisel the Cocker Spaniel

Meet Chisel the Cocker Spaniel

Chisel came to see our vets with a limp and it soon became apparent he was having problems with one of his front feet