Microchipping your pets

Here at Armstrong Mobile Vets we have noticed an increase in beloved pets going missing. Most of these animals have not had microchips or any identification tags on collars. A microchip is a permanent method of electronic identification. The chip itself is very small,...

Autumn is here

The nights are drawing in and we need to turn our thoughts to taking care of our family friends as the weather gets cooler. Ticks and fleas can still be a worry, please get in touch with us if you need an more information, we have a number of treatments and medication...

Warm weather

Finally! the warm weather has arrived!  Whilst we all enjoy not having to wrap up warm, please remember that your pets do need to keep cool during this time.  Fresh water and shade should be available at all times and please, please do not leave any pets in your car,...

Frenchie Frenzy

You may have seen in the media lately that the French Bulldog is set to overtake the Labrador as Britain’s most popular dog breed. The Kennel Club has published figures that French Bulldog puppy registrations went from 670 registered in 2007, to 21,470...

Alabama Rot

Information for Pet Owners   Idiopathic cutaneous and renal glomerular vasculopathy, otherwise known as CRGV or Alabama rot, is a disease that has been diagnosed in dogs since the late 1980’s. No cases have been diagnosed in cats, or in any other animal. The...
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