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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4 days ago

Cambridge Vets

It's Friday Cuteness time again 🐾
Welcome to Friday with the cute face of little Trip.🐱
Trip was an injured stray that was handed into the clinic a few weeks ago. With no obvious owner, the treatment options for Trip were limited.

Dr Janine and Nurse Jess checked her over, pain medication was administered and x-rays were taken. 🩺 It was immediately apparent that Trip was suffering with a broken leg and a broken pelvis. A broken pelvis, whilst painful, is a condition that is managed with pain medication and will mend in time as long as the patient is kept still. This was the easy part, it was the second injury that caused the most worry.
The second injury Trip had suffered was a badly broken front leg. 🦴 Bones in the legs can be mended one of three ways.
The first method is to place the leg in a cast but where Trip’s break was meant that a cast was not an appropriate method of fixation.
The second method is to place a pin inside the bone to align the two broken ends of the bone to facilitate mending. But again, because the break was just above the joint, this was not going to provide enough stabilisation. The third method is to amputate the limb. This might sound a bit extreme for a young cat but we have found that they adapt very quickly to life as an amputee. Living life on three legs is no barrier to living life to the full! 😊
Nurse Jess was immediately taken with the friendly, plucky spirit of the youngster and decided to adopt her and Dr Janine performed the surgery. Two weeks later Trip is happily coping with life in a crate and gets a few minutes of free time twice daily to stretch her legs and Jess gets the chance to have special kitten cuddles Her pelvis is mending well, she is getting around better and her hair is growing back over her surgical site.
Only a few weeks ago, life was uncertain for this gorgeous wee girl, and now, once she is back to full throttle after her injuries heal, she will have to make the hard decisions facing all spoilt cats – which soft place will I sleep in today 😻
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Its Friday Cuteness time again 🐾
Welcome to Friday with the cute face of little Trip.🐱
Trip was an injured stray that was handed into the clinic a few weeks ago.   With no obvious owner, the treatment options for Trip were limited.   

Dr Janine and Nurse Jess checked her over, pain medication was administered and x-rays were taken. 🩺 It was immediately apparent that Trip was suffering with a broken leg and a broken pelvis.  A broken pelvis, whilst painful, is a condition that is managed with pain medication and will mend in time as long as the patient is kept still.  This was the easy part, it was the second injury that caused the most worry. 
The second injury Trip had suffered was a badly broken front leg. 🦴 Bones in the legs can be mended one of three ways.  
The first method is to place the leg in a cast but where Trip’s break was meant that a cast was not an appropriate method of fixation.  
The second method is to place a pin inside the bone to align the two broken ends of the bone to facilitate mending.  But again, because the break was just above the joint, this was not going to provide enough stabilisation.  The third method is to amputate the limb.  This might sound a bit extreme for a young cat but we have found that they adapt very quickly to life as an amputee.  Living life on three legs is no barrier to living life to the full!  😊
Nurse Jess was immediately taken with the friendly, plucky spirit of the youngster and decided to adopt her and Dr Janine performed the surgery.  Two weeks later Trip is happily coping with life in a crate and gets a few minutes of free time twice daily to stretch her legs and Jess gets the chance to have special kitten cuddles    Her pelvis is mending well, she is getting around better and her hair is growing back over her surgical site. 
Only a few weeks ago, life was uncertain for this gorgeous wee girl, and now, once she is back to full throttle after her injuries heal, she will have to make the hard decisions facing all spoilt cats – which soft place will I sleep in today 😻

 

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Yes you could have called her On That would be Spoton

Oh, she could’ve been a buddy for Spot!!

Aww shes beautiful. Good choice Jess😍

Go team

She's so pretty 😍

Pretty baby. 🤗

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6 days ago

Cambridge Vets

Update: This cat has now been reunited with her owner.
Thank you to everyone that shared. ☺️

FOUND - This cat has been brought into us today, was found in Leamington (Lamb Street). Please call the clinic 078277099.
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Update: This cat has now been reunited with her owner. 
Thank you to everyone that shared. ☺️ 

FOUND - This cat has been brought into us today, was found in Leamington (Lamb Street). Please call the clinic 078277099.

 

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7 days ago

Cambridge Vets

Parker’s Post 🐶

How old am I now mum?
10months Parker!
Time sure has flown by, mum said I’m just about as tall as Dad!
What have I been up too these past few months? Well heaps that’s what! Mum said That I’m a true retriever and got the swimming bug and I’m going to be a pretty good strong swimmer 🏊♂️
When mum takes Dad and I down to the river with my best friend Tessa I just love to launch into the river and swim while Dad and Tessa run up and down the river side. Dad joins me sometimes but Tessa isn’t so sure. I think I can entice her in one day 🤔
Sometimes when I’m really lucky I’m allowed in the pool at home to practice my swimming styles. Man it’s sooo much fun and I love it lots.
Do you like to swim too?

Fun fact: Swimming is great for dogs as it is less impact on their joints, much like us, and great exercise for them too. It is good for older dogs or dogs recovering from surgery to have hydrotherapy.
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2 weeks ago

Cambridge Vets

Friday cuteness time!! 😍
Nurse Cindy met 8 week old Maple at a vaccination check-up this week and couldn’t resist a photo op! 📸 After expecting to have to go on a long waiting list to get a puppy from the breeder of their older lab, Maple’s parents were ecstatic to get a phone call to say that this bundle of cuteness was available and would they like her? After only 1 week, Maple has fitted right in and is living her best life with older role model, Mushka, as her best friend! 🥰 🐾
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Friday cuteness time!! 😍
Nurse Cindy met 8 week old Maple at a vaccination check-up this week and couldn’t resist a photo op!  📸 After expecting to have to go on a long waiting list to get a puppy from the breeder of their older lab, Maple’s parents were ecstatic to get a phone call to say that this bundle of cuteness was available and would they like her?   After only 1 week, Maple has fitted right in and is living her best life with older role model, Mushka, as her best friend! 🥰 🐾

 

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Craig Davie 😍😍😍

Gorgeous ❤❤❤

James Maher baby Dexter naaaw

Such a cutie 🥰

awwww cute! Maple isnt too bad either 😘

I want maple!!!

Cindy Paton remember when Madra was that small lol

Zita Poole

Caroline Kardas omg 💕

Will Frederick

Oh that’s our beautiful niece! Pretty cute dog too xx😉😊

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3 weeks ago

Cambridge Vets

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However you take your coffee, take one for FREE when you by a NEXGARD SPECTRA or BROADLINE triple pack. A voucher for a delicious barista-made signature blend medium coffee redeemable at any Wild Bean Cafe nationwide is yours so you can treat yourself when you treat your dog or cat for fleas, ticks and worms with NEXGARD SPECTRA or BROADLINE. While stocks last. 🐕🐱😊☕️Image attachmentImage attachment
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Janine Devaney

Janine Devaney

 
Edith Hollows

Edith Hollows

 
Sarah Lee

Sarah Lee

 
Helen O'Neill

Helen O'Neill

 
Koen Elze

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