Crossways had a stall at the Pulborough Harvest Fair on the 22 September. Despite some very wet weather, our stall raised £71 and this will be donated as follows: £40 to Canine Partners £31 to ABS Animal Sanctuary
One of our vets, Imogen Wainwright-Jones, volunteers her time to Brighton Street Vets. It's an organisation that helps homeless people's sick dogs. The Argus explains more in this article. You can also visit the Brighton Street Vets website to find out more about this service, how to volunteer and how to donate should you wish.
Minty Driving winds and heavy rain did not deter the dogs and owners who attended the Dog Show on the 26th. We were hoping for the best when we decided to go ahead, but we were unlucky. However, the day turned out to be a huge success. We were very grateful that Imogen
We are a nation of animal lovers. The PDSA Animal Wellbeing (PAW) report 2017 estimates that 51% of UK households own a pet. That’s a whopping 1.1 million rabbits, 9.3 million dogs and 10.3 million cats, cuddling up to owners, all around the country. Yet, despite our devotion to our furry friends, many owners will not
We have seen two cases of flystrike this week. Even though the weather is cooler it is so important to keep your pets clean and check them regularly for any signs of maggots. Our nurses provide grooming clinics at our Storrington branch where we can clip and clean your rabbit's rear end so it is
Should you adopt or buy a pet? There has been a lot in the press recently about pedigree dog health, including the worrying aspect of imported puppies, many of which are illegally imported. One of the best ways of tackling these problems is responsible purchasing by potential owners. If there is no financial market for
On Saturday 14th July, we had a stall with lots of useful information for pet owners setup at the West Chiltington Village Show. Also, we did some fundraising with a 'Hook the Duck' challenge and a lucky dip. In total we raised a fantastic £150 and this is being donated as follows: £50 to West
We all need space from time to time but unlike humans, a dog on a lead isn’t able to escape from another dog that has innocently approached it, ‘just to say hello’. This article was original posted by Simplyhealth and can be found in full by clicking here.
In human health, vaccination has become such a routine word that we forget how powerful it can be. Measles vaccination in children has been so successful that most doctors qualified within the last 10-15 years have never seen a case and in 1980 amidst great fanfare, it was announced that smallpox had been eradicated from