CORONAVIRUS – Client Advice regarding vaccinations

The Warren House Vet Group are pleased to announce the re-introduction of booster vaccinations for our patients. Please click on the link below or call either the Lordswood or High Halstow Surgery for more information.

https://www.warrenhousevets.co.uk/uncategorized/covid-19-virus-update-on-vaccinations/

CORONAVIRUS – Client Advice

Please click on the link below for an update on what is happening with our practices and the Coronavirus outbreak.

https://www.warrenhousevets.co.uk/uncategorized/coronovirus-client-advice/

Dangerous plants and bulbs

 Our pets are curious by nature, but not everything they explore is harmless. Click on the link below to find out what plants and bulbs are toxic to your pets during Spring.

https://www.warrenhousevets.co.uk/uncategorized/dangerous-plants-and-bulbs/

Heart Disease

 Dogs and cats can suffer from a wide range of heart diseases which vary in severity. Click on the link below for the common types of heart disease and what signs and symptoms to look out for.

https://www.warrenhousevets.co.uk/uncategorized/heart-disease/

Puppy training tips and advice

 Give your puppy the best start in life, teach them basic commands with lots of praise and attention.

Click on the link below to for all the advice you will need.

https://www.warrenhousevets.co.uk/uncategorized/puppy-training-advice-and-tips/

Alabama rot

 Raising client awareness about Alabama rot.

Please click on the link below to find out what Alabama rot is, all the important signs that you need to be aware of.

https://www.warrenhousevets.co.uk/uncategorized/alabama-rot/

Premium pet health plan scheme

Introducing our new premium pet health plan scheme

You can now upgrade to our premium pet health plan scheme.

To find out the benefits that you and your pet can receive please click on the link below.

https://www.warrenhousevets.co.uk/uncategorized/new-premium-scheme/

Preventing worms

 Worms can be very unpleasant for you and your pet but, luckily, they’re preventable. Regular worming treatment will help to protect your pet from worms.

For more information and advice on worms please click on the link below.

https://www.warrenhousevets.co.uk/uncategorized/preventing-worms/

CORONAVIRUS – Client Advice

Please click on the link below for an update on what is happening with our practices and the Coronavirus outbreak.

https://www.warrenhousevets.co.uk/uncategorized/coronovirus-client-advice/

Dangerous plants and bulbs

 Our pets are curious by nature, but not everything they explore is harmless. Click on the link below to find out what plants and bulbs are toxic to your pets during Spring.

https://www.warrenhousevets.co.uk/uncategorized/dangerous-plants-and-bulbs/

Heart Disease

 Dogs and cats can suffer from a wide range of heart diseases which vary in severity. Click on the link below for the common types of heart disease and what signs and symptoms to look out for.

https://www.warrenhousevets.co.uk/uncategorized/heart-disease/

Puppy training tips and advice

 Give your puppy the best start in life, teach them basic commands with lots of praise and attention.

Click on the link below to for all the advice you will need.

https://www.warrenhousevets.co.uk/uncategorized/puppy-training-advice-and-tips/

Alabama rot

 Raising client awareness about Alabama rot.

Please click on the link below to find out what Alabama rot is, all the important signs that you need to be aware of.

https://www.warrenhousevets.co.uk/uncategorized/alabama-rot/

Premium pet health plan scheme

Introducing our new premium pet health plan scheme

You can now upgrade to our premium pet health plan scheme.

To find out the benefits that you and your pet can receive please click on the link below.

https://www.warrenhousevets.co.uk/uncategorized/new-premium-scheme/

Preventing worms

 Worms can be very unpleasant for you and your pet but, luckily, they’re preventable. Regular worming treatment will help to protect your pet from worms.

For more information and advice on worms please click on the link below.

https://www.warrenhousevets.co.uk/uncategorized/preventing-worms/