Physiotherapy for Pets

Our pets are now having far more complex surgeries than was previously possible and living much longer due to advances in veterinary surgery, medicine and nutrition. As a result, the benefits of veterinary physiotherapy are becoming much better recognised in … Read More

Spring Offer!

The tick-borne bacterial infection LYME DISEASE is on the increase in the UK, and a vaccine is now available to protect your dog against it. A primary course of 2 injections 3 weeks apart, and then one yearly injection, will … Read More

Ferrets and Neutering

We have seen several ferrets here at Richmond Vets in recent months. One of the common questions from owners regards neutering and spaying pet ferrets. Ferrets are unusual creatures in that females, or Jills, are ‘induced-ovulators’. This means that they require … Read More