May is Vet Nursing Awareness Month, so we thought we would remind you about all of our wonderful nurses at our practise! We are lucky enough to have a great team of nurses at Fairfield House, who work closely with the vets to provide care for your pets. Nurse clinics are a great way to
Spring has sprung into bloom and you might have noticed some of our smaller furry friends have an extra spring in their step! To keep our bunnies bouncing – here are a few tips for optimal care throughtout spring and into summer. Feeding happy bunnies Rabbits should be fed predominently hay (80-90%). We recommend feeding
Uckfield Vets are taking on many new animals every week. From dogs, cats and other small furry friends, to farms of animals and also the odd exotic breed! If you are looking for new vets in Sussex then please get in touch! Sadly, we are noticing that many vets near our area are closing. This
With lambing well underway for some and just starting for others, it’s imperative to make sure you have all the tools you need for a smooth-sailing spring! If you get a spare minute during lambing time, it’s better spent with a cup of tea than dashing to the country store for emergency supplies. It’s worth looking now to
With the travel restrictions lifting and summer approaching we are all looking forward to some holiday time. Many of us also want to be able to travel with our furry companions to Europe. After years of Brexit uncertainty we now have a set of protocols for pet travel. Unfortunately, any UK issued pet passports are
Dental is the most common inflammatory disorder in cats and dogs and it is usually chronic and misunderstood by pet owners. What is dental disease? Dental disease is an umbrella term for inflammation or infection within the mouth of your pet. The structures that can be affected by dental disease include the gums, the teeth
Have you got an elderly cat? Your cat could be suffering with osteoarthritis (OA) without you realising. OA is incredibly common in older animals and often goes unnoticed or mistaken for ‘old age’ or ‘slowing down’. Management of OA can be multifactorial including: pain relief joint supplements physical therapy Pain relief can be tricky in
In case you didn’t know February is Pet Dental Health Month. It is the time when we need to remember that our furry friends don’t carry a toothbrush with them and that the health of their mouth can have a significant effect on their general health and wellbeing. A healthy mouth depends on healthy teeth.
If you would like to register your pets with us at Fairfield House then please give us a call now, or follow the link to fill in a registration form and one of our friendly members of staff will be in touch.