Pet Animal Department

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Our Pet Animal Team is committed to providing quality care for your
cats, dogs and other companion animals!

Our companion animal department cares about keeping your pet well. We offer a wide range of both services and products for your pet.

We believe prevention is better than cure and to back this claim we have developed several wellness clinics,
most of which are FREEto optimise your pet’s quality of life.

Our large team of experienced veterinarians, qualified veterinary nurses and friendly support staff are all here for the love of pets,
and will do their best to help you and your furry, feathery or slimy family members.

We have a comprehensive range of pet accessories in store, along with a large range of premium pet foods for
maximum health of your pet. We also stock prescription diets for the management of specific conditions.

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3 days ago
Cambridge Vets

Our next class is due to start Thursday 26th August 🐾🙂 ... See MoreSee Less

Our next class is due to start Thursday 26th August 🐾🙂

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Definitely recommend this, learning so much👌

Highly recommend these guys 😊😊

5 days ago
Cambridge Vets

Thanks to the team at Eureka Dog Services, another great informative post 😄🐾👍 "Is that something you can just fix?" 👍
There are just some things that you can't "train out" of a dog, no matter what you do & have that dog be emotionally stable. You can absolutely squash it down into a box of "acceptable behaviors" until that time that box explodes. That's not how we work nor will ever work.

♦️If a dog has been bred with a poor nervous system, it is always going to have a poor nervous system & limitations on it's abilities. There will be situations they may not be able to make good decisions in. This is not a training issue, this is how much it can cope with issue. The situations they are put in should reflect what they can cope with, instead of trying to force them into things they just can't handle because it suits what you as the owner want.

♦️If a dog is has been bred from strong guarding lines & displays these from a young age, it is always going to have the strong urge to guard given the situation it is put in. These need appropriate management & aren't the type of dog to give the freedom to make their own decisions. The decisions they choose will not be what you find acceptable & will get themselves & you into ALOT of trouble. Interactions with strangers are most likely not going to end in friendships. This point really needs to get through to people. Guarding is guarding is guarding. It does not mean "enter & we will be mates cos my owner says i have to".

♦️Aggression towards dogs & other animals in some lines, is just who that dog is. Dogs like this need a solid handler, who is confident in directing decisions & being mindful about the situations these dogs are being put in. Just because you want them to have friends, doesn't mean they want to have friends. Just because you want to take them to certain places, doesn't mean it is a good idea, if at all.

♦️Mixed bag rescue dogs. Be prepared that the puppy you get is going to display some, if not a lot of the traits of the breeds it is bred from. While it can sometimes be hard to determine exactly what mixed breeds contain, there are some overtly obvious breeds being presented. Learn about breed traits & tendencies BEFORE you get a dog so IF they surface you know you can handle it. There are too many calls every week about specific breed type mixes, with massive resource guarding issues, dog aggression issues, aggression towards kids & people. These issues do not surprise us when we hear what the breed mixes predominantly have in them & the situations they are being expected to handle. A lot of these dogs are not going to be good with dogs, good with kids or around strangers. They are not broken, they are who they are & are most likely not going to be the easy pet dog you are expecting.

♦️We as trainers can't "fix" this stuff. We can teach you - How to manage them, How to read them, How to provide the appropriate outlets, What the dog can & can't handle. We don't have magic powder. Sometimes you might not like what we have to say but in order to help you with our experience & knowledge, to try to get the best out of the dog we are presented with, in the fairest way possible, for your situation, you have to meet us half way.
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Thanks to the team at Eureka Dog Services, another great informative post 😄🐾

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So beautiful 😍

Too cute by far ❤️

2 weeks ago
Cambridge Vets

FOUND - Do you recognize this little girl?? She has been hanging around Alan Livingston Drive for some time. In good condition but is very timid and unfortunately no microchip. Please phone the clinic and ask to speak to the nurses if you think she's yours 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less

FOUND - Do you recognize this little girl?? She has been hanging around Alan Livingston Drive for some time. In good condition but is very timid and unfortunately no microchip. Please phone the clinic and ask to speak to the nurses if you think shes yours :)
3 weeks ago
Cambridge Vets

FOUND!!
We have another cat that has been brought into the clinic looking for it's owner's. She is a long haired kitty, doesn't have a microchip and was found in the Bellevue Road area. Please call the clinic with a description if you think this could be your pet 078277099.
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FOUND!!
We have another cat that has been brought into the clinic looking for its owners.  She is a long haired kitty, doesnt have a microchip and was found in the Bellevue Road area. Please call the clinic with a description if you think this could be your pet 078277099.
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Meet Our Pet Animal Vets

Peter Twine

Peter Twine

 
Janine Devaney

Janine Devaney

 
Edith Hollows

Edith Hollows

 
Sarah Lee

Sarah Lee

 
Helen O'Neill

Helen O'Neill

 
Koen Elze

Koen Elze