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At last some sunshine! We've waited a long time for it so let's hope we can get out in the garden and go for longer walks without wading wellie-deep in floods.
At the surgery we have had a very successful series of special dental days which will continue through May. Judging by the favourable response we will probably repeat them later in the year, so watch this space for further offers.
Ruth has continued with the dental theme in her article this month and it's well worth a read - and yes you can clean your cat's teeth as well as your dog's!
The recent better weather has brought out the usual seasonal problems in the form of adder bites and ticks. Remember that adders are still very sluggish at this time of year and so may not avoid you and your pet as they will try to when it gets warmer. So be extra vigilant when you and your pet are out and about. If you think your pet may have been bitten it is important to seek veterinary help as soon as possible. It is also advisable to check your pet regularly for ticks especially if they have been through long grass. Ticks are not only unpleasant they also can carry serious disease. Our staff are always happy to help you with advice on prevention so just give us a ring.
Finally this lovely photo is of Jed practising agility. Jed belongs to our Weymouth surgery receptionist, Vicki.
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