Antifreeze is used regularly throughout the colder months and can be deadly when ingested.

Symptoms of antifreeze poisoning in cats are:

* Wobbling, unable to stand, appears ‘drunk’

* Nausea and vomiting

* Increased urination and increased thirst

If your pet has any of these symptoms, time is of the essence as treatment must be started within a 12 hour window to have a chance of being successful.

Keep our number stored on your phone – 01206 842608.

We have a veterinary team here 24/7, 365 days a year.

*Coronavirus Update*

*Coronavirus Update*

In response to the Government’s guidance to ensure social distancing, and following direction from our governing bodies, we are taking new measures to protect our clients and staff

Spring has Sprung

Spring has Sprung

Pets get curious this time of year, which can mean an increase in the number of emergencies we see at Penrose Vets