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Permethrin toxicity remains one of the most common causes of poisoning in cats, and yet many owners don’t know what it is. Permethrin is an insecticide commonly found in over the counter ‘spot-on’ flea treatments for dogs as well as some shampoos and household flea products. In most mammals, permethrin has a good level of […]Read More
Do you have a brachycephalic dog?
Brachycephalic dog breeds are increasing in popularity, but one thing most new owners don’t realise is that they can be quite a challenge to care for. What is brachycephalia? Brachycephalia means ‘shortened head’ and refers to the dogs flat and wide skull shape. The appearance of the head appears as though the skull has been […]Read More
The importance of Vaccinations: when should my kitten have its first vaccination?
Bringing a new kitten into your home can be a big step, but also very rewarding. Now you’ve decided you want to share your home with a new kitten, you have on average the next 14 to 15 years with your new feline friend. Over this time frame a lot can happen that can affect […]Read More
BUY 3 get 1 FREE on pet parasite products
During July we are offering BUY 3 get 1 FREE on selected small animal parasite products. We currently have selected pet parasite products on a BUY 3 GET 1 FREE OFFER and for July we’ll be adding even more popular products to this great offer. Please contact your Oakhill Veterinary Centre for further details.Read More
Oakhill Nurses WIN BVNA competition
Our team of Registered Veterinary Nurses have been celebrating winning first place in the BVNA ‘Best Display Showing the role of the Veterinary Nurse’ competition. May is BVNA Veterinary Nursing Awareness Month in which Veterinary Nurses and their practices across the country celebrate their role by taking part in a number of activities and competitions […]Read More
Free Heart Blood Cardio Test for predisposed dog breeds
Certain large and giant breed dogs over the age of 3 are at an increased risk of developing DCM (Dilated Cardiomyopathy). If you have one of the predisposed breeds* over 3 years old, currently not on heart medication/treatment, we would like to invite you to bring your dog/s to the practice to discuss a new […]Read More