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Find updates and pet news from the Heene Road Vets team. We publish regular articles and helpful topics that you will find useful for the care of your pets.

Heat Stroke in Dogs | Useful Advice and Information

Heat Stroke in dogs Dogs have very few sweat glands; instead they rely on panting to cool themselves down. Heatstroke
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Information on Coronavirus (COVID-19) for clients

During these challenging times, we are working hard to keep your pets healthy, whilst looking out for the safety of
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Hypertension in Cats

Hypertension in Cats High blood pressure, otherwise known as hypertension, is a common condition in cats with a recent study
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Fear Free – Taking the fear out of Vet Visits for your pet

‘Fear Free‘ is a movement started in the USA, with the mission: ‘to prevent and alleviate fear, anxiety, and stress in
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Obesity in Dogs and Cats

Obesity in Dogs and Cats Unfortunately, being overweight is fast becoming the ‘norm’ for dogs and cats. So much so,
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Cruciate Ligament Disease In Dogs

Cruciate Ligament Disease in Dogs The cruciate ligament is within the knee joint, and has important functions in preventing abnormal
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Virbac Hyper Premium Pet Food Available

Give your pet the best nutrition – NEW Virbac Hyper Premium pet food

Virbac Hyper Premium Cat and Dog Food We have introduced Virbac HPM pet food among our range of veterinary prescription
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Alabama Rot (CRGV) Advice, Clinical Signs, Diagnosis and Prevention

Alabama Rot Oliver Gonzalez came to Heene Road Vets from Anderson Moores where he was working as in intern at
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Laparoscopic Ovarectomy for Dogs & Cats

Doesn’t she deserve a less painful spay? When it’s about our own health, we usually have very high standards. But
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Brachycephalic dogs: What you need to know

​Brachycephalic dogs have shortened faces and noses, such as Pugs, French Bulldogs, Boston Terriers and Shih Tzus. The brachycephalic breeds
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