We all know that fleas and ticks are a pest, causing discomfort for pets and stress for owners. Whilst Summertime is “peak pest time;” Autumn is too, as we start switching on our central heating and stimulating the dormant pupae into life. Westover Veterinary Centre would like to help you… read more →
Without a doubt, the commonest tapeworm to infest dogs and cats in the UK. It is also probably the most benign of all parasites. While some tapeworms can be life-threatening, Dipylidium barely causes a ripple in our pets’ sense of well-being. Huge numbers can be debilitating, but we usually become… read more →
Special guest speaker – Josien Woolmer from Merial To book a place call the practice on 01692 403202 or fill in our contact us form.
When we recently moved house, Hermionie our oldest cat disappeared a few days before we were due to leave the old house, not knowing where she had gone, we had no choice but to move and hope that she would appear when we went back to look for her. The… read more →
Having following the kittens from our previous blogs ‘Kittens born in the rain’ and the update blogs 1 and 2, I fell totally in love with the little kittens. After many discussions with my family we decided to adopt one of the kittens. We went along to see the kittens… read more →
Hunni and her kittens are doing very well. The kittens now all have names – Fonz, Ralph Malph, Ritchie and Joannie. The Cats Protection League are doing a marvellous job in looking after them all. Follow the kittens story so far by reading our blogs.
Here is an update from The Cats Protection League on the kittens born in the rain. Click here to see the previous blog on the kittens. Unfortunately one of the kittens died. Another kitten is being supplemented with kitten milk and is now eating well. The remaining kittens are thriving… read more →
Last week a worried client came rushing into the surgery with a new born kitten around 12 hours old. I checked her over, she was wet, very cold and still had the placenta attached to her umbilical cord. Sarah and I clamped, tied off and removed this after warming her… read more →
Working at Westover I know how amazing and caring all of the staff are. I have experience of this with my own cat, Mars for so many reasons and I thought you may like to know his story.