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Five special ways to remember your pet

Losing a pet is heartbreaking, however old they are or whatever the circumstances. Our pets are such a big part of our lives. Moving forward is never easy, but we wanted to share with you some special ways you can celebrate and remember the lives of your beloved pets.   How we can support you…

How corrective surgery transformed this Boston Terrier’s life

This is Dinky, a teeny tiny Boston Terrier who is now full of life, however, this wasn’t always the case. As a young pup, Dinky was suffering from acute breathing difficulties synonymous with his breed’s characteristics – a short skull and flattened face. Although some pups go through life absolutely fine, some can develop a…

Commemorate your pet in our memorial pathway and garden

It’s been a few months in the making but our new Memorial Pathway & Garden is now ready to share with you and we couldn’t be more pleased with it. There are still a few bits to complete, however, we’ve received so much positive feedback already that we wanted to open it up to you…

A Vet who can treat your pet for heart disease AND separation anxiety

Have you been lucky enough to meet JT yet? Joao Teotonio graduated as a veterinary surgeon from the University of Lisbon in Portugal and joined Clent Hills Vets in October 2016. With a special interest in Behavioural Medicine, we knew JT would be a real asset to our veterinary team. Could you and your pet…

Plastic Surgery For Dogs Part 1 – Doug the Pug gets a Nose Job

Improving quality of life at Clent Hills Vets When you hear the words ‘plastic surgery’, you probably think about breast implants, face lifts and tummy tucks to alter a person’s appearance. When a dog undergoes a plastic surgery procedure, it has nothing to do with appearance or vanity, it’s purely to improve that dog’s quality…