CHOOSING A PET
Are you looking for a pet for you? For your Family? Or for a close a friend?
If you want to enchance your life by providing a loving home for a pet, but are not sure on what to chose, look no further! This section will provide you with some foundations to chose the ideal pet for you and your family. Whether it is a dog, cat or small rodent we will help you in finding the perfect fit.
Dog Health & General Advice
Owning a dog can be extremely rewarding and great fun. But, dogs have complex needs, and each dog is unique. There is no one “perfect” way to care for all dogs, but our expert advice will help you ensure your dog is healthy and happy.
Did you know that 8 out of 10 dogs suffer from separation anxiety when left alone? Therefore if you spend a lot of time away from home, perhaps a dog is not the most sensible pet at this time.
Cat Health & General Advice
Cats are incredible creatures. A cat can be mysterious, mischievous, secretive, affectionate and playful, all in one pet. Cats are not dogs. Cats need a completely different way of interaction, understanding, caring, feeding, grooming, behavioural and welfare care. Our Vets and Nurses can offer the best advice for caring for them to thrive best in your environment.
Rabbit Health & General Advice
Rabbits are rewarding, loving and inquisitive animals; it is wonder why they are becoming more and more popular choice as a pet. Rabbits can though present some challenges in regards of feeding, behaviour and general care. Our highly trained Nurses can offer specific and tailored advice to help your rabbit thrive in your environment.
Pet Rodent Health & General Advice
Small furries are beautiful and incredibly rewarding pets but certainly presents quite a challenge to understand their needs. From mice and rats to gerbils and chinchillas, although small and cute they can have quite complex and different needs. Our Vets and Nurses can help you and give you the advice you need to understand your pet better and help them thrive.
Ferrets Health & General Advice
Ferrets have an inquisitive nature and display a variety of playful behaviours. If well handled consistently, ferrets can become socialized and can become loving, playful companions. If well taken care of, healthy ferrets can live up to 10 years of age. However, their average lifespan is approximately 6 years. Our Vet, Annalisa, has 13 years of personal experience handling ferrets and can offer professional advice for the best care of your ferret.
Tortoises Health & General Advice
Tortoises love sunshine and fresh air, they are not exactly a “cuddly” pet, but they do have a beautiful personality. They require an extraordinary way to care for them, and we can help you keep them healthy throughout their long lives.
Bird Health & General Advice
Birds can make loving pets, and it is relatively easy caring for them. Whatever advice you might need, even if it is just a claw clipping or beak trimming, we will be happy to chat or examine your special pet.