And the beat goes on… Heart disease in cats and dogs

Heart disease is becoming increasingly common in our pets. Around 16% of cats and 10% of dogs have a heart murmur, with these figures increasing substantially as your pet becomes senior. How does the heart work? The heart consists of four…
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Rip the Pet Superstar

Rip the Pet Superstar Late last year, Rip had been rather poorly. After being sick a few times, and drinking and urinating a lot at home, he had a blood test. The outcome was very high blood glucose, indicating diabetes!Rip’s owner…
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Check out our Summer 17 Newsletter now!

Time flies when it's sunny outside! Our second edition of our Pet Vets Newsletter is here and well worth a read.In this season's edition, you will find:And the beat goes on... Heart disease in cats and dogs Flystrike in rabbits Protecting…

Is your pet's heart healthy?

Like humans, cats and dogs can suffer from heart disease.That’s why we’re offering half-price echocardiography at £33 during July and August.If your pet ticks any of the points below, they may benefit from an ultrasound:Has…
Environmental atopy

What is environmental atopy?

Environmental atopy is a hereditary condition in dogs caused by an abnormal immune response to environmental allergens, as well as a weak or damaged skin surface barrier. Contact with the allergens, which are often normal environmental proteins…
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Your rabbit needs you - suspect cases of Myxomatosis identified

It is important to vaccinate your rabbit against Myxomatosis and Rabbit (Viral) Haemorrhagic Disease. Many rabbits remain unvaccinated and therefore vulnerable to disease that can not only cause great suffering but can also be fatal. 'Myxy'…

Does your pet have high blood pressure?

The signs are hard to spot and it is often under diagnosed, but high blood pressure can have serious consequences for your pets. That’s why we are offering half price  screening checks during May and June. If your pet ticks any of the boxes…
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Our first ever newsletter is here!

We have been super busy here at Molecare looking after all the poorly pets that have been coming in to see us. We've also been working on a brand new newsletter, so that we can keep our customers up-to-date with all that goes on at Molecare,…

Behavioural Clinics with Andrew Hale

As vets, we are aware that many pets and their owners are struggling with ongoing behavioural and training issues. However large or small the problem may be, it can impact both their physical and mental wellbeing but also affect the relationship…

If your pet has missed their boosters, for March and April we are running a Vaccination Amnesty

We send out reminders when boosters are due, but we appreciate that they can arrive at busy times, or while you’re on holiday, or when you’re under financial pressures. For whatever reason, your pet’s last booster may now be overdue, and…

Christmas Opening Hours

Not long now until the Christmas holidays are upon us, so in case you're wondering, our Christmas hours are as follows:Sat 24th - 8:30am-1pmSunday 25th - closedMonday 26th - closedTuesday 27th - closedWednesday 28th -…

Christmas Client Evening - 13th December

Come and join us on Tuesday 13th December from 6pm for our Christmas Client Evening.First of all, there will be free mulled wine and mince pies in Pet Vets.Followed by guest speakers (in the Newton Abbot Store meeting room)‘The modern…