There's a chill in the air and the days are getting shorter, that can only mean one thing... Winter is coming, so it's time to get your Rabbit ready. In the wild, rabbits would hide underground to shelter from the winter chill and they would huddle in groups to share body heat. For many domestic … [Read more...] about Brentknoll Vets will get your Rabbit ready for Winter
The pet food industry is bigger than ever, with so many options available do you choose dry food or wet food? Manufactured or home cooked? There are so many options, lets discuss one choice that receives mixed emotions.... the Raw food diet. As pet owners, we want nothing but the best for our … [Read more...] about Considering the Raw diet?
It's a brand new year and what better time to turn over a new leaf with your Pets Many of us get lazy with routine health care as our lives get busier and the daily grind wears us down, so now is the time to take action and get back on track. The 'Weight' of the matter After the mountain of … [Read more...] about New Year Resolutions for Your Pet
We all know that as our pets age they sometimes need a little extra TLC at Brentknoll Vets our nurse clinics are perfect for helping our older pets There are many changes that occur in your pet’s body as he/she gets older; many 'normal' bodily functions begin to slow down or malfunction. Often the … [Read more...] about Young at Heart Nurse Clinics
Bugs Bunny may have fooled us all into believing that Rabbits only eat carrots but in real life they require a much more varied diet. Like horses, sheep and cows, rabbits are natural grazers and in the wild they spend much of the day munching on grass. The constant nibbling on grass or hay keeps … [Read more...] about Rabbits don’t just eat carrots you know!
It's not just Santa who has a list to check this Christmas for pets in worcester Here is Brentknoll's list of some of the good, the bad and the ugly to watch out for this Christmas to keep your pets happy and healthy into the new year... Most of the naughty items on this list should be avoided … [Read more...] about Brentknoll Vet’s Naughty & Nice Christmas List for Pets