Regular, preventative pet care news & advice
As part of our holistic approach to the care of your pet, we like to provide regular, preventative, timely and up-to-date pet care advice and practice news for all pet owners in Poole. We update these pages at least monthly so it’s always worth checking back to get our latest news and advice.
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Ten questions every dog owner should ask their kennels.
The vets at Walton Lodge Vets have pulled together ten important questions you should ask your kennels before you book your dog’s next stay.
Why routine vet visits are important in Poole
Find out why routine check-ups are important
Preparing for surgery will make the process easier on you and your pet
Summer advice including tips for pets who are coming in for surgery
Get our vets’ top tips on keeping your cat calm on their annual visit to our surgery.
Summer advice and tips on how to make vet visits for cats less stressful
Grooming your dog strengthens the bond between you
Why grooming your dog brings more benefits than a tangle-free coat and good looks, by Walton Lodge Veterinary Surgery.
Coronavirus (Covid-19) FAQs for Walton Lodge Vets
With the Coronavirus situation developing almost daily, Kate and the team want to become your reliable reference point for all matters relating to the health of your pet/s. To help us achieve this, we’ve created this simple Frequently Asked Questions article…
Your guide to a happy cat, by Walton Lodge Veterinary Surgery
A look at ways you can tell if your cat is contented.
Reasons you should groom your cat
Your cat likes to groom itself, but a top up from you can give added benefits, say the nurses at Walton Lodge Vets.
Walton Lodge Veterinary Surgery’ advice for checking your dog’s microchip
Unsure whether your dog is chipped or your details are up to date? We can help.
Protect your rabbit against RVHD with Walton Lodge Veterinary Surgery
Rabbit viral haemorrhagic disease is almost always fatal – is your pet vaccinated?