Small furries

Towcester Vets Guide to Finding Your Perfect Companion

June 21st, 2024

Welcoming a new pet into your home is exciting. Here’s what consider before choosing a new puppy, kitten, dog, cat, rabbit or exotic pet.

Is your Cat a Law Breaker?

May 21st, 2024

From the 10th of June 2024 it becomes a legal requirement for all cats in England to have a microchip placed by the time they reach 20 weeks old. Microchipping has been compulsory for dogs since 2016. Is your pet microchipped? What is a microchip? A microchip is a tiny silicone device with a glass […]

Towcester Vets shares a simple home check for overweight rabbits

May 7th, 2024

Our veterinary nurses share simple checks you can do at home to see if your rabbit is overweight.

Do you need to bring small furry pets indoors during firework season?

October 7th, 2023

To keep outdoor small furries safe, it’s worth moving them inside during firework season in Northamptonshire – read more.

Get advice from Towcester Veterinary Centre’s nurses on rabbit enrichment

January 21st, 2023

You can enrich your rabbit’s life with just a few simple adjustments to its surroundings, so check out our tips here.

Our Nursing team at Towcester suggest these New Year resolutions for small furry pets

December 21st, 2022

Use this opportunity at the beginning of a new year to help improve your pets’ lives.

TW // Towcester Vets explains cancer risk to unneutered female rabbits

October 14th, 2022

As Pet Cancer Awareness Month is in November, our vets are sharing information on uterine tumours in rabbits, which are very common.

Why myxomatosis isn’t just a wild rabbit problem in Northamptonshire

August 21st, 2022

Prevent your rabbit from getting Myxomatosis and other fatal diseases like RVHD by following our vet’s essential advice.

Vital hot weather advice for Northamptonshire owners of small furry pets

July 21st, 2022

Read our lifesaving advice that can help your rabbits, guinea pigs, and hamsters stay cool in hot weather.

Towcester Vets warn rabbit owners about deadly RVHD

June 7th, 2022

Discover the differences between RVHD-1 & RVHD-2 and how to protect your rabbits from this deadly disease

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