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O’Shea & Bramley Veterinary Hospital Wexford 0539145755 If you are heading away for the Holidays and taking your pets with you please remember to check the following: 1) Do I need a passport for them, please check with us on 0539145755 for all relevant information. 2) Do I need to get their vaccines up to…

O’Shea & Bramley want to say a huge thank you for everyone that entered our Fancy Dress Competition on Friday: Here is photos of everyone who took part and if you could comment which one is your favourite we will pick a winner this Friday: Good luck everyone:

Rope Toys For Dogs – Knowing The Risks and Rewards O’Shea & Bramley Wexford Rope Toys for Dogs – Knowing How To Properly Use Them. Effective exercise and play strategies is part of the approved curriculum. One strategy used to accomplish this is teaching the benefits of esteem-building with rope toys. There can also be…

We have a 30 second survey for Spay Aware and would appreciate it, if you could take the time to fill out. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/PX8SLQF

O’Shea & Bramley Veterinary Hospital Distillery Road Wexford 0539145755 Thunder is quite frightening. Kids hide under their blankets or sometimes scream. Even adults could jump suddenly if a loud thunder booms. Thunder does not only frighten humans, it also has this effect in dogs. The incidence of noise phobia among canines is somewhat common, so…

O’Shea & Bramley Veterinary Hospital Distillery Road Wexford Many people have misconceptions about bats. In this article we will explore some of those and find out how amazing facts on bats really are. The first misconception is that bats are related to the rodent family and that they are basically “flying mice”. This is simply…

O’Shea & Bramley The Veterinary Hospital Distillery Road Wexford Description The Dogue de Bordeaux, also called the French Mastiff and sometimes called the Bordeaux Bulldog, is a relatively short, stocky mastiff. The wrinkled head is massive, heavy and broad. Males can have a head circumference of 27-30 inches (68-75cm). The muzzle is somewhat short (1/3…

O’Shea & Bramley, Veterinary Hospital, Distillery Road,Wexford There is such a variety of Pet Food available at the moment that choosing the right one can be mind boggling. If you are unsure of what your pet should be eating, if you feel there coat is not shiny, they are loosing hair, have diarohea, do not…

O’Shea & Bramley The Veterinary Hospital Distillery Road Wexford There are over 43 breeds of cats and today we are highlighting the Chinchilla. Hope you enjoy: Chinchilla The luxurious Persian cats are still extremely popular and much sought after by many cat lovers. The Chinchilla is a stunning cat with a silvery coat while the…

O’Shea & Bramley Veterinary Hospital Wexford 0539145755 Today, the ‘Blenheim’ colour is now one of the four recognised colours of the breed. It wasn’t until 1944, however, that the breed gained Kennel Club status, having been secured as a breed in its own right, separate from the flat-faced and smaller King Charles Spaniel. Other breeds,…

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