Gorgeous little Lola having her first visit to Paxton Vets – look at those ears!
Even though we live in Bromley we prefer to commute to Paxton Vets as we know the special care our Cody, the Labrador, receives from them.
He had quite a history of complicated medical problems and the times we have had to visit, we might as well move in, but at 11 years old he is still with us, and that is all thanks to Helen, Adam, Sam, Louisa, Becky, Anika and everyone else.
The dedication, care and empathy Cody and us, his family, receive is certainly more that 5*. I would not trust anyone else with him. He loves them all and licks them to death.
Thank you so much everyone you are all so professional, highly thought of and appreciated by us all. No one can beat you.Maria
Vaccines have become the foundation of preventive medicine for pets. Vaccination protocols have successfully decreased the high number of pets that would be affected by several infectious diseases, many of them difficult to treat and life-threatening.
This simple procedure is the most effective way to protect our pets from dangerous diseases such as:
• Feline Infectious Enteritis, Cat flu and Feline Leukaemia Virus in cats
• Canine Distemper, Canine Parvovirus, Infectious Canine Hepatitis, Kennel cough and Leptospirosis in dogs
Puppies and kittens receive antibodies from their mother’s milk which will provide protection but, unfortunately, this protection will decline over time. This is why vaccination is so important and the immunity created must be renewed with boosters to ensure proper protection throughout your pet’s life.
We can recommend a vaccination plan that takes into account your pet’s medical history, age, lifestyle and environment.
Prepare for the 5th November as the firework season can be a scary time for your pets
Connor is now at his ideal weight and loves nothing more than running around the park with his friends
Charlie the Schnauzer puppy is going on holiday (with his owners!) to France and Spain in July