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Read on for a host of preventative pet care news that is free and updated monthly. In the articles below you’ll find seasonal advice, local tips and other information on how to keep your pet healthy, as well as interesting ways to exercise and entertain them.

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Garston Vets’ nurses give vital pre-summer dog advice

May 21st, 2022

Now the sun has joined us, it is time to think about what your dog needs to be prepared for summer – get our advice here.

Why all Wiltshire and Somerset cats need a microchip in 2022

May 14th, 2022

‘Lost & found’ isn’t the only reason our Wiltshire and Somerset veterinary team recommend cat microchipping. Learn about the new law.

Garston Vets celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

May 7th, 2022

What happens if my pet is poorly over the bank holiday weekend?

Travel sickness & safety advice for dogs, cats & small furries

April 21st, 2022

Here’s our advice on travel sickness and travelling safely with pets.

Emergency cat health problems

April 14th, 2022

You can’t avoid most accidents, but it is always better to be prepared for cat emergencies.

Visit us at Warminster’s Spring in the Park Dog Show on Sunday 1st May

April 7th, 2022

Enter your dog in our Fun Dog Show.

Garston Vets is a cat friendly practice

March 21st, 2022

But what does that mean?

Helping Wiltshire and Somerset tortoises wake up from hibernation safely

March 21st, 2022

Tortoise hibernation is a natural part of their lifecycle. Understand how to help them wake up safely in spring.

Easter poisons for pets and our surgery opening hours over the long bank holiday weekend

March 14th, 2022

Chocolate and daffodils are just two of the toxic items that commonly poison pets at Easter time. Discover more here.

Easter at Garston Veterinary Group

March 7th, 2022

What happens if my pet is poorly over Easter?

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