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Treatment and Management of Epilepsy and Seizures in Cats, Dogs and Other Small Furries. Date: September 24, 2020

The team at Saint Leonard Veterinary Centre specialise in small animal care, which means we treat pretty much anything excepting horses and livestock. Although there are common ailments and surgical procedures that make up the bulk of our day-to-day work, we do occasionally see non-routine cases. A strong love of animals and their health and […]

How to keep your Bunny in Bouncingly Good Mental and Physical Health Date: September 17, 2020

There’s been an upturn in the number of pets being bought during the Covid-19pandemic lockdown, one of which is the humble Rabbit, commonly kept as an ideal childrens pet due to its size. Rabbits are far from simple creatures though and have many needs to consider when keeping them as family additions. In this blog […]

Do Dogs and Cats get Bored eating the same food all the time? Date: September 10, 2020

My family and I have just got home from a well needed, and very much enjoyed, holiday. One thing that always puzzles me is why holidays seem to go so fast? Anyway, we had loads of fun and in the process ate far too much food! That’s another of life’s mysteries: why does food always […]

Why should I get my Cat, dog or Rabbit Neutered? Date: September 3, 2020

In common with most other sectors of healthcare, the Saint Leonard Veterinary Centre team had to close down and carry out emergency procedures only during the Covid-19 crisis. As the social distancing requirements have relaxed to 1 metre we have been able to re-evaluate our clinical practices and extend the range of services we can […]