Hookworm eggs are spread in the faeces of infected dogs and foxes. Once inside a new host, they can cause diarrhoea, anaemia and rapid weight loss. Unfortunately, almost all public spaces are contaminated with the eggs - but they are easily killed...
⭐️⭐️reunited⭐️⭐️⭐️I’m lost⭐️I was found in Shere and handed into us. I’m not that old so If you recognise me please call us on 01306 883086.
We're looking for a full-time Kennel Assistant to join our growing team of Vets and Veterinary Nurses here at Brelades Veterinary Surgeons, Dorking.If you're interested in applying for this role please email us your CV and a covering letter to ...
UK ticks can infect dogs with a range of diseases, including Lyme Disease, Anaplasma, Ehrlichia and Babesia. To prevent infection, the tick must die within 24-48 hours of biting - so talk to us about products that kill ticks FAST.
A female tick will drink so much blood that she blows up like a balloon - all to feed the eggs she’s preparing. The eggs, once laid, fall onto the ground and hatch into tick nymphs, usually the next spring (although in warm weather it can be fas...
Did you know that ticks are active hunters? They climb up vegetation to “sniff” for passing prey - deers, sheep, dogs or cats. This is called “questing”! However, there are products available for dogs that will actively repel them - ask us...
Your home is a warm, comfortable place to be… which is why fleas love it there! Killing only the adults, like some over-the-counter products do, isn’t effective - you need to break the lifecycle to prevent further flea infestations.
Fleas can transmit other infections - especially tapeworms, which encyst in the flea’s body. To prevent any problems - make sure your pet is properly protected with a safe and effective treatment!
Fleas cause misery for cats and dogs across the UK - in fact, they’re the most common cause of skin problems that we see! Fortunately, they can be effectively and safely controlled with modern medicines - talk to us about the different options t...
We also have some exotic patients, this little hedgehog is Gus. He came to visit us today to have his nails cut 🦔
Easter DangersPlease keep your pets safe this Easter.Make sure Easter treats like chocolate, sweets containing sweeteners and hot cross buns are kept up high to stop them being eaten.Daffodils and Lilies should be kept away from pets so ...
A flea spends the vast majority of its life NOT on your pet - but living in the carpets or soft furnishings of your house as an egg, a larva or a pupa. To control an infestation, environmental control is essential to break the life-cycle.
🐣 Easter opening hours 🐣*Dorking**Friday 19th April - emergency walk in clinic 10am-11am *Saturday 20th April -9am-6pm *Sunday 21st April and Monday 22nd April -emergency walk in clinic 10am-11am. *Bookham**Friday 19th April - Clo...
Fleas can suck 10-15 times their own body weight in blood per day; their droppings look like black sand and fall onto the floor, where they’re eaten by the larvae. The only way to kill these larvae is with environmental control products - ask us...
Flea Allergic Dermatitis occurs when a pet becomes allergic to flea saliva. The outcome is severe itching and soreness, even after a single bite; in cats, a common symptom is also lumps under the skin. The best treatment is prevention - kill the f...
⭐️FOUND⭐️ We have had a stray Persian cat handed in to us. Found in Capel. No chip or collar. If anyone has any information please contact us in 01306 883086🐱
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PLEASE SHARE: Young female kitten found in Bookham. Please contact the surgery if you recognise herread more
PLEASE SHARE: Due to a change in personal circumstance this cute little boy' is looking for a new home. He is just over a year old and is very affectionate. Please contact the surgery if you are interested in adopting him. Thank youread more
PLEASE SHARE: trying to find the owners of a small Yorkshire terrier who has a Russian microchip... Possibly may have come from a family who have emigrated here otherwise someone who has rescued a dog from there.read more
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