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Email: info@portlandhousevetgroup.co.uk

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Hudson and Taylor came into join the Pet Health Club last week. These little boys were so well behaved and we can't wait to see them on their next visit. To find out more about the Pet Health Club visit www.thepethealthclub.co.uk or call us on 01777 703663

Something a little different from Badminton over the weekend - slow motion videos are used a lot in veterinary research as it helps us to understand the specific strains put on horses competing at the top levels and to how best to manage and prevent injuries. It is fas...

Date for your diaries! We are holding a client evening on Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome on Wednesday 14th June, which will be followed a couple of weeks later by a gastroscopy clinic (date to be confirmed). Further details to follow. This will be a great evening, and n...

Why might my pet have bad breath?

Both  dogs  and  cats  can  suffer  from  halitosis  (bad  breath) for  a  number  of  reasons.  Sometimes  it can indicate a underlying medical disease, but most often it is due to plaque and tartar building up in your pet's mouth. The...

It has now become clear that good dental hygiene is as important for animals as it is for humans.
Unfortunately many animals will develop dental disease which in turn leads to pain and discomfort, drooling and halitosis. Worse still, the bacteria that cause the disease...

Many dogs and cats are over-weight and this can lead to all sorts of problems later in life, including arthritis, diabetes and heart disease.

However, even for the most committed of owners, it can be very difficult to get the weight off. These regular clinics provide he...

As your pet gets older they are at an increased risk of developing diseases.

Commonly, older patients suffer from dental problems, stiff and aching joints, obesity, as well as more serious problems such as liver, kidney or thyroid gland diseases.

Any changes in your pet’...

Stiff in the morning?

Problems climbing stairs?


No energy anymore?


Many older animals develop arthritis and it can be very debilitating. However there is a lot that owners can do to help and relieve their pet of some, if not all of the pain associated with arthritis. Ar...

With any diabetic it is of the utmost importance that a constant treatment routine is adhered to closely, to ensure that the disease is kept under control.

It can be difficult to get this right and we sometimes find that the routine may need to be altered over time. For...

We believe that after any procedure our duty of care does not finish when the animal leaves the practice. We therefore ask to see the patient at least once more afterwards to ensure they are making the best possible recovery. This lets us ensure that your pet is recove...

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