A gentle reminder about corn on the cob

It’s barbeque season we’re just giving you a gentle reminder that corn on the cob is not a safe chew for dogs. Dogs cannot digest it and the husk almost invariably gets stuck in the intestines, needing an operation to remove it. Please, please don’t give it to...

*Coronavirus Update*

While COVID-19 restrictions continue to ease across the UK, Penrose Vets wants to continue to provide dedicated care to our clients and their pets. For the protection of our staff, and to enable them to continue to provide their essential service, we ask that when...

Spring has Sprung

Spring has sprung and just like us finally getting out and about, pets get curious this time of year, which can mean an increase in the number of emergencies we see at Penrose Vets. Springtime may bring many hazards for your pets, so be aware. – Spring cleaning If you...

Pet New Year’s Resolutions

Here are some resolutions to consider for your pets: Are you feeding your pet correctly with a balanced cat, rabbit or dog food? This includes measuring out the correct amount for your pet. If your dog is over 7 years old or your cat over 8 years, have you considered...

Dangers of Conkers

Are you aware of these Autumn Seasonal Dangers: Keep your dogs away from Acorns (from the Oak Tree) & Conkers (from the Horse Chestnut Tree) Conkers: Signs of poisoning usually appear within one to six hours. Clinical signs are drooling, excessive drinking,...