Entries by Rosevean Veterinary Practice

Staff charity cycle ride

On Sunday 27th September Rosevean staff will be cycling the camel trail in support of the XLVets charity challenge. To celebrate 10 years of XLVets the challenge was set to travel “around the world” using any non engine powered means possible, a total of 23,605.63 miles. To achieve this every XLVet practice has been set […]

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BE ADDER AWARE

 Adder awareness is essential for all dog owners. An adult adder is around 50-60cm long and is characterised by having a black/brown zigzag pattern along it’s back. They are commonly found on dry sandy heaths, sand dunes, rocky hillsides, moorland and woodland edges. An adder will bite if disturbed or attacked and it’s bite will result […]

DOGS DIE IN HOT CARS!

May we remind you of the dangers of leaving your dog alone in a car on a hot day. A car can become as hot as an oven very quickly, even when it doesn’t feel that warm. When it is 22 degrees outside, in a car it can reach an unbearable 47 degrees within the […]

ROSEVEAN VETS OUT OF HOURS EMERGENCY SERVICE

Out of hours emergency service is now available at Rosevean. As of January 2015 we have staff on site 24/7 caring for hospitalised pets. At Rosevean we have always been proud to provide our own out of hours emergency service, here at Rosevean House, with our own vets. We feel this continuity is important for […]

Equine Infectious Disease

Concerned about equine infectious disease and biosecurity? Or just want to know more. Head to www.xlequine.co.uk to see the XLVets Spring campaign Plan.Protect.Prevent. Lots of information on the common infectious dieases that we encounter in the UK and also diseases that are currently exotic to the UK but could be a problem for us in […]

HELP PUT THE SPRING BACK IN THEIR STEP

Have you noticed that your old friend is getting a bit slower? Are they not jumping up to greet you, struggling to get on the sofa, having to be lifted into the car or not wanting regular walks? Your pet may well be suffering from osteoarthritis (OA). This occurs when the cartilage within the joint […]

Laminitis

Does your horse or pony suffer from laminitis? If they do, or you think they might, give us a call and have a look at this website www.talkaboutlaminitis.co.uk Lots of information about laminitis, what causes it and tips on how to manage the condition. AND until October you can have your equine friend tested for Cushing’s Syndrome […]