Remember, Remember - Keep your pets safe in November!

Firework season is here and although fireworks signify festivity and celebration for humans, our doggy friends frequently suffer at this time of year.One of the most commonly reported behavioural problems in dogs is noise sensitivity and…
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Tye's story

We are rooting for Tye Our Pet of the Month this month is Tye Moxon. Tye was being treated by us here at Molecare for ongoing vomiting, diarrhoea and weight loss that he would seem to recover from before deteriorating again. After many tests,…

Meet Billy

Billy the Superstar It's September 2016, and we would like to award Pet of the Month to Billy for being a superstar patient, he has stolen all of our hearts here at Molecare.Billy was admitted last Thursday and diagnosed with having a pyothorax…

Come to our Pet Vets Open Day

To celebrate our five year anniversary, Molecare Pet Vets would like to invite you to join us for a fun filled open day on Sat 1st October from 9am-2pm for you and your pet.We will be offering discounted appointments... £5 microchips,…

dental disease and July offer!

Dental disease is one of the most common conditions in our pets. It's been found that 70% of dogs and cats have some form of dental disease which, if left untreated, can lead to diseases of the heart, liver and kidneys, as well as causing pain…

two homeless dogs need rehoming!

Chewbacca ( Chewy) Age: 2 YearsSex: DogAbout Chewy: Medium size crossbreed, Chewbacca came into the rescue as a stray, but he did find a home about 9 months ago. Unfortunately, due to a change of circumstances, his owner can no longer…

tick borne disease

There has been recent news and internet reports regarding a new tick borne disease in Kent. Babesiosis is not new and has been in continental Europe for years, however, up until now it has not reached the UK. The only UK dogs known to have…

is your cat vaccinated?

There are an estimated 10.5 million cats in the UK with 24% of the population owning a cat.  26% of cats have never been vaccinated, that's 2.7 million un-vaccinated cats and 38% are thought not to be up to date with their boosters! Is your…

raw food diets

Suzie Blunt MRCVS discusses the risks and benefits of raw food diets.Raw food diets have become an increasingly popular talking point in the consult room, with many pet owners moving over or wanting to try them out. There are strong opinions…

gundog health

Working dogs and the secret to success: right breeding, right training and right health regime.BreedingThe health of any dog is reliant on good breeding. Understanding the breed helps to select the right dog. Moreover, get the parentage…

The time for ticks!

A tick is a transient blood feeding parasite requiring a host animal to complete its life cycle. A hungry tick will position itself on some vegetation in order to attach to a passer-by. It will spend long enough on the host to consume enough…

New Year Fireworks

Firework season has gone but the Christmas period is fast approaching and although fireworks signify festivity and celebration for humans, our doggy friends frequently suffer at this time of year. One of the most commonly reported behavioural…