Is your pet at risk of heart disease?
Join Penbode Pet Vets Mark Banks and Jess Riley as they discuss Pet Cardiology at The Buller's Arms this October 11 from 7pm. FREE buffet supper is served.
A must for owners of any of the following breeds and anyone concerned about their pet's health:
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
All Small Breeds (eg Dachshund)
All breeds are susceptible but over 30% of MAINE COONS are prone to heart disease
To book your place please call Penbode Stratton on 01288 359500
to download the leaflet.
Kindly sponsored by Dechra
19-25 June is Rabbit Awareness Week
We are thrilled to be supporting Rabbit Awareness Week.
From 19-25 June we will be offering FREE NURSE HEALTH CHECKS and NAIL CLIPS.
So to keep your bunnies digging and eating healthily just give us a ring...
We're all looking forward to seeing you soon!
Cat friendly surgeries
Does your feline friend worry about a trip to the vet?
As cat lovers ourselves, we understand the anxieties that cats and owners face when visiting the vet. Cat veterinary consultations are available every day but from March 1st 2017 we will be holding exclusive Cat Only sessions once a week at each Penbode Pets surgery.
Bringing your cat to the vet can be a stressful experience for them if theyre feeling under the weather and are disrupted by other animals, and for you if you know that they are uncomfortable.
During cat only clinics we eliminate as many stress factors as possible through the use of feline pheromones and by creating a calm and quiet waiting environment.
Consultations are a minimum of 15 minutes, so you have an opportunity to discuss any concerns fully with your vet.
To make use of these clinics please phone the surgery to book an appointment.
Holsworthy Wednesday 2.00- 3.30
Stratton Tuesday 11.30- 1.00
Bradworthy Thursday 9.00-11.00
Camelford Tuesday 2.00- 3.30
Gastro-intestinal and worming talk
Tuesday 21 March from 7.00pm
The Bullers Arms, Marhamchurch, EX23 0HB
FREE buffet served
Our Penbode Pet Vets spring talk will focus on something which can affect all animals, but for pet owners it's normally something they come into contact with via their dog or cat - we're going to talk about stomach issues.
Vomiting, diarrhoea, parasites, worming and pet obesity.
Penbode Pet Vets
Mark Banks BVSc CertVOphthal MRCVS
Kate Sharp BVSc MRCVS
Michelle Townley BVM & SGPCert (FelP) MRCVS
To book, please call Penbode Stratton 01288 359500