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Getting A New Pet?

Getting a new pet is always exciting and it's a time when emotions are usually running high. It's best to make sure you know exactly what to expect and get prepared. Over the following pages we have put together a brief guide that we hope will be useful to any new pet owner. Just click on the picture of the pet you are planning to get.

If you require any further information please do not hesitate to contact us at the surgery.

Good luck and above all, have fun.

Getting a puppy

There's a lot to think about when you are getting a puppy when all you really want to do is enjoy the moment. Don't worry, we will guide you through. In the meantime here's a quick rundown of what needs to happen when and what to expect.

Vaccination

Puppies receive some immunity from the mother’s milk when they are 1st born. This immunity slowly decreases over 2-3 months, which is when we vaccinate to boost their immunity to a protective level for longer.

Getting a kitten

If you are getting a new kitten, between the string chasing, cuddles and litter tray accidents there are a few things you need to get done. We'll guide you, but here's a quick roundup so you're all prepared.

Vaccination

Kittens receive some immunity from the mother’s milk when they are 1st born. This immunity slowly decreases over 2-3 months, which is when we vaccinate to boost their immunity to a protective level for longer.

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