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Penbode Pets Winter Newsletter

HAPPY NEW YEAR!


Our Penbode Pet Vets Winter Newsletter may have got caught up in the Christmas rush, so we thought we would share it with you all again (but without the Christmas bits!).

Click here to read about:
  • Care of the senior pet 
  • Your invitation to our next FREE Pets supper talk - UNDERSTANDING AND CARING FOR OUR LOYAL OLD FRIENDS
  • Important information on rabbits
  • An introduction to Katie Lenton
Or you can pick up a copy from your nearest Penbode Pet Vets branch.

And don't forget to reserve your seat at our FREE supper talk on the care of the senior pet - Holsworthy Golf Club, Wednesday 21 February from 7pm.
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The Winter 2017-2018 Penbode Pet Vets Newsletter is out now

Everyone here at Penbode Pet Vets wishes our customers, friends, pets and their families a very MERRY CHRISTMAS and a HAPPY NEW YEAR!


Our bumper end of the year newsletter is out now. Packed with information and articles on:

  • The 12 Dangers of Christmas
  • How to choose a puppy
  • A special section on care of the senior pet - including your invitation to our next FREE Pets supper talk - UNDERSTANDING AND CARING FOR OUR LOYAL OLD FRIENDS
  • Important information on rabbits
  • An introduction to Katie Lenton
and of course
  • The Christmas Opening Hours

You can click here to download your digital link or you can pick up a copy from your nearest Penbode Pet Vets branch.

And don't forget to reserve your seat at our FREE supper talk on the care of the senior pet - Holsworthy Golf Club, Wednesday 21 February from 7pm.

News for Rabbit Owners

We have had a confirmed case of Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease Type 2 (RHD2) in Bude. 


The standard rabbit vaccine is against Myxomatosis and Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease Type 1 (RHD1), as these are the most commonly seen conditions. Therefore at risk rabbits will require a vaccination against RHD2. This vaccine is still very new and is currently required every 6 months.


RHD2 is relatively new in the UK and can be spread on clothing, through contact with infected rabbits and via birds or insects. Therefore keeping your rabbits' hutch as clean as possible and avoiding any contact with other rabbits is important.

Symptoms are usually very quick to develop and include; lethargy, breathing quickly and having an increased temperature. 

Unfortunately due to the speed of deterioration rabbits are often found dead or die suddenly.

If you have a rabbit die suddenly please let us know, this will help us monitor any spread. If you are at all concerned about your rabbit and would like them to be vaccinated against RHD2 then please book them in for an appointment at one of our branches.

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Penbode Pet Vets - Autumn 2017 Newsletter

The Penbode Pet Vets newsletter is out now!


Did you know that heart disease affects around 10% of dogs and cats in the UK? We talk about heart disease in this issue. As an active member of XL Vets we are proud to be participating in their scheme to raise awareness of cardiac issues. 

We also share with you the design for the new Camelford surgery due to open early next year! Very exciting!

We catch up on the summer shows and say hello to some new arrivals!

The print copy will be available to pick up from your nearest Penbode Pet Vets branch next week - but here's a sneaky peak at the online version! (or you can download the attachment!)
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Penbode Pet Vets - Autumn Newsletter

The Penbode Pet Vets newsletter is out now!


Did you know that heart disease affects around 10% of dogs and cats in the UK? We talk about heart disease in this issue. As an active member of XL Vets we are proud to be participating in their scheme to raise awareness of cardiac issues. 

We also share with you the design for the new Camelford surgery due to open early next year! Very exciting!

We catch up on the summer shows and say hello to some new arrivals!

The print copy will be available to pick up from your nearest Penbode Pet Vets branch next week - but here's a sneaky peak at the online version!
Branches in Holsworthy, Bude / Stratton, Camelford and Bradworthy
BSAVA The British Veterinary Nursing Association Ltd XL Vets RCVS BVA SPVS CFBA RCVS