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What is my pet’s body condition score?

January 17th, 2022

Back in December we posted a news article all about the ways in which you and your dog could take an eco-friendly approach to getting fit.  You can read all about it HERE Sometimes it’s not easy to know what you need to do OR to get motivated when it comes to fitness.  This is […]

Ruth shares 7 signs your dog needs to see a Vet Dentist

January 14th, 2022

We are focusing on oral care for Pet Dental Health Month, starting with why smelly dog breath is a bigger problem than you might think.

Budget for your pet’s preventative healthcare with Rowan Vets!

January 13th, 2022

We launched our very first preventative healthcare club back in September 2021.  This was in response to feedback from clients who really like to be able to budget and pay monthly for their pet’s preventative healthcare products; flea, worm and vaccination products. Rowan’s Pet Health Club compliments any insurance policy you may already have which […]

#rowanrecommends – Pet Health Insurance

January 11th, 2022

#didyouknow that pets have a welfare right to access healthcare?  Pet insurance is a VERY important part of pet ownership and helps pay for your pet’s healthcare. A pet that is unwell and needs treatment is very upsetting and stressful for owners.  Not being able to afford treatment for a much loved pet adds to […]

Rowan Vets explains the signs of feline dental disease to look for

January 7th, 2022

Dental disease in cats is more common than you might think, affecting around 85% of cats over 3 years old. Read our advice on what to look out for.

Obesity – a weighty problem!

January 5th, 2022

Back in October we shared news about managing your pet’s weight.  You can read it HERE.  It’s a topic that can be a #NewYear priority for us humans but it’s also a very relevant topic for our pets too. A report published by the #PDSA in 2021 has revealed that obesity is still an issue […]

Take Control in 2022!

January 4th, 2022

Welcome to 2022! A wise human once said   “grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can and the wisdom to know the difference”. It might feel that there’s a lot in life that you can’t control these days BUT there is one area where […]

Neutering Journey – Callie’s Story Final Stage

December 29th, 2021

Today we see the final stage of Callie’s spay journey.  This is the recovery process and the time when Callie goes home to her human. The post operative or recovery period starts from as soon as the anaesthetic agent is switched off.  The operations nurse then hands over to the inpatient nurse. Recovery Monitoring The […]

Neutering Journey – Callie’s Story Part 3

December 23rd, 2021

Welcome back to the penultimate step of Callie’s spay journey.  Today we’re looking at how the vet prepares themselves for surgery, how the nurses prepare the patient and the procedure itself. Infection Control The vet will remove all their hand and wrist jewellery.  They give their hands a thorough clean using handwash and a scrub […]

How to become a more sustainable cat owner in Lancashire

December 21st, 2021

There’s never been a better time to try some of the eco-friendly cat products on the market. Learn more about these and other cat owner tips here.

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