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Alabama foot rot: What exactly is Alabama Rot? CRGV, commonly known as ‘Alabama Rot’ is a doggy disease of unknown cause that affects all breeds and doesn’t discriminate in terms of age or weight. What’s the worst that can happen? Unfortunately, if not spotted early, it can lead to sudden and potentially fatal KIDNEY FAILURE…

Friday 14th April: Open as Usual Saturday 15th April: Open as Usual Sunday 16th April: Closed Emergency appointments available between 11am and 12 Midday. Please ring for an appointment Monday 17th April: Closed Emergency appointments available between 11am and 12 Midday. Please ring for an appointment For all emergencies please contact the duty vet on…

It’s Valentines and chocolate is on the go, please don’t be tempted to share your chocolate with your fur babies & don’t leave an open box on the floor or sofa as this temptation is often too much for them: The sweet treat can lead to illness and even death in dogs. All our Vets…

Starting Sunday the 5th February we will be holding an emergency clinic between 11 and 12 midday. This is by appointment only, please ring 0539145755 to make an appointment ( have a pen handy ) you will be directed to ring the duty vet on his mobile to make the appointment. There will be a…

Christmas Opening Times: Please see our Christmas opening times for our shop and clinic. If you need repeat prescriptions please remember to ring in early and collect them during shop clinic or shop opening times. Once again we would like to take this opportunity to wish you, your family and all 2 & 4 legged…

The rabbit haemorrhagic disease virus variant strain 2 (RHDV-2) has been detected in rabbits in the republic of Ireland. All of the animals had been vaccinated against classical RHDV-1 in the months preceding their deaths. Vaccines against this new strain are available but would have to be ordered in advance. The new vaccine would have…

Do you know which food your pet should be eating? Is your pet scratching? Does your pets coat look dull? Has your pet got any unusual behavioural issues? Has your pet just had an operation and cannot reach his water & food bowls beacause of the collar they have to wear? What shampoo should I…

Competition: ‘The Secret life of Pets’ is coming soon to the cinema so we are offering 2 lucky families a chance to win 4 tickets to the Cinema ( 2 Adults & 2 Children). All you have to do is drop us in a picture of your favourite animal, it can be done in any…

O’Shea & Branmley Veterinary Hospital: As warmer summertime temperatures approach, it’s important to remember that dogs are vulnerable to injuries and illnesses related to hot weather including heat stroke, sunburn, and foot pad burns. The most dangerous condition is heat stroke, which can cause organ failure, seizures, brain damage, hemorrhages, blindness, convulsions and even death….

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