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BBQ dangers for pets

Here are some tips to keep your pet safe while you are enjoying your sausages and steak!!   If your pet suffers burns or consumes something they shouldn’t, call your vet immediately. Click here for our branch contact details and opening times.  

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Brachycephalic dogs

Brachycephalic means short nosed, and is a description for many of the popular pet breeds, such as Bulldogs, Pugs, French Bulldogs, Pekingese, Lhasa Apso and Shih Tzu, which have the characteristic short or squashed nose appearance.  Brachycephalic dogs are increasingly popular pets around the world, but despite their popularity they can be affected by health […]

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Coronavirus update for our Small Animal Clients

In these uncertain times we would like to reassure you that providing care for our clients and their pets remains our top priority. Our practice REMAINS OPEN FOR BUSINESS but as you would expect we are putting in place a number of steps to protect the health and wellbeing of our patients, staff and the […]

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Notice: Saturday Surgery Kirkham

Due to unforeseen circumstances, we are very sorry to announce but until further notice, we are unable to hold our usual Saturday morning surgery at our Kirkham branch. There will still be a surgery held at our Conway Drive branch at 93 Conway Drive, Fulwood, Preston, PR2 3ER (Call: 01772 718774) from 8.00am-2.30pm (by appointment only). […]

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Mission Christmas Gift Appeal

Once again Oakhill Veterinary Centre will be taking part in Rock FM’s Mission Christmas Gift Appeal 2019, in aid of Cash for Kids, who make sure Christmas gifts get to disadvantaged children in the area. All 4 of our branches will be gift collection points. If you’d like to donate a gift, it should be […]

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Your Dog’s Dental Health

Your dog’s dental health is really important. Why do you need to brush your dog’s teeth? Food particles and bacteria collect along a dog’s gum line and form soft deposits called plaque. Over time, the plaque turns into rock-hard tartar. If tartar is not removed from the teeth, it will eventually inflame your dog’s gums […]

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