Demodicosis is the term given to a disease caused by demodex mites in dogs. The symptoms include hair loss and inflamed patches of skin and the disease can be mild or severe. Dogs can carry this parasite on their skin without you ever knowing it i...
🎉 Petplan Veterinary Awards 2019🎉Nominations are in and our Practice Manager Margaret has been nominated.The awards give you the opportunity to recognise the hard work and dedication of veterinary staff and say ‘thank you'.Margaret w...
Did you know that untreated ear mites can cause discomfort to your pet? As well as lots of headshaking, scratching at the ears and rubbing heads up against things like furniture – ear mites can also promote infection. If your dog or cat seems in...
Bertie the snow pup.Anymore snow pets out there? Or do they prefer the hide inside in the warm? ⛄️❄️🐶🐱Post your pictures from the weekend.
❄️If you have appointments today please be careful getting to Brelades. Knoll Road is slippery ❄️
Raven came in yesterday to be spayed, here she is giving Becky one of our nurses a cuddle after her operation 🐶
Do you have a cat that likes to hunt? If so, your feline friend is more at risk from roundworms as their prey often carry these parasites. Always make sure your cat is regularly treated for worms, as these can make your pet quite poorly.
Scooby came in to our Dorking Surgery today for a check up. Our receptionist Holly couldn't resist a cuddle! 🐶
Do you check your dog’s ears regularly? Ears are one of the tick’s favourite places to attach themselves to because the fur is thin giving easy access to the skin. For tick prevention please call in and speak to us.
✨Fear Free✨ Here are two of our patients who were a little bit nervous about coming to the vets today. As you can see, we fitted them with some lovely scarves which we sprayed with a pet remedy calming spray! This helped them both to have a s...
When it comes to lungworm, all dogs and breeds are at risk. However it seems that younger animals are particularly prone to picking up the parasite due to their inquisitive nature and desire to put things in their mouth! If your dog is known to ea...
Roundworms can infect puppies and kittens via their mother’s milk, meaning that they need protection from these parasites from a young age. For further advice about treating young puppies and their mother, please speak to us.
Although heartworm is not found in the UK or Ireland, for pets travelling abroad to Europe and elsewhere in the world it can be a danger. This parasite is spread by infected mosquitoes, and can cause symptoms in your pets such as high blood pressu...
This is the lovely Reggie. He came in today for his free 6 month old kitten check with the nurses. He was so well behaved for his check and enjoyed eating some dreamies. 🐱
Have you ever heard of hookworms? These parasites live in the small intestine and feed on blood. They affect mainly dogs in the UK (cat infections are rare), and can cause symptoms of diarrhoea, anaemia, anorexia and lethargy. Speak to us about ho...
BOXING DAY. We are having trouble with our phone system at the moment. There is an emergency Clinic today at dorking from 10-11am.If you need to contact the oncall vet please phone 07984 276 101 until 6pm today and 01483 346 203 after 6 pm S...
Did you know that cats can get mange and pass it on to humans as scabies? The parasite responsible is the notoedric mange mite which often affects areas of your cat such as the head, ears and neck – but infection can spread from these areas to c...
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If your pet has ever had ear mites, you may have wondered where they got them from. Usually it is from another infected pet as these little parasites can easily pass from one to another and are common in puppies and kittens. Because constant re-in...
Lungworm is a really nasty parasite of dogs, and is potentially fatal. It can cause difficulty breathing or abnormal clotting and bleeding problems. The distribution of the parasite is really patchy, so talk to one of our vets about a lungworm ris...
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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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