January 2020 Pet Newsletter
This month, we would like to share Vito’s story with you. After a lovely family Christmas Day, Vito’s owners awokeRead more
Nematodirus – a Refresher.
As we move into spring, we thought it timely to write a quick refresher about diarrhoea in young lambs, particularlyRead more
Low Energy vs Low Calcium in Ewes
Most farmers will be aware of the affects of low energy on lambing ewes, managing their flock to try andRead more
Itchy Horses – Lice & Mites
Lice There are two main types of lice found in the UK: in simple terms one is a chewing louseRead more
Why Should I Vaccinate?
This article aims to discuss the purpose of vaccination and the diseases we routinely vaccinate against. We recommend that allRead more
Arthritis Care – Detecting and Managing this Common Problem.
Arthritis is a condition that many pets develop during their lifetime, leading to stiffness, pain and a reduction in theRead more
Puppy Evenings at Peel Vets
Peel Veterinary Clinic is proud to present our Puppy Parties. They are to be run by our dedicated nursing staff,Read more
Kennel Cough – Why Should I Vaccinate?
“Kennel Cough”,otherwise known as Canine Infectious Rhinotracheitis, is caused by a group of viruses and bacteria. The name is misleading,Read more
Pet Travel in the EU
With Brexit on the horizon, especially with the uncertainty of its date, we have been receiving questions about travelling petsRead more
What is Johne’s Disease and Why do I Need to Know?
Johne’s disease causes chronic weight loss and wasting of cattle alongside chronic diarrhoea. It can also be seen in sheepRead more