Senior Pet Wellness Club

Wild cats live up to 8 years with an average lifespan of 5 years. Stray dogs live up to 10 years with an average lifespan of 8 years. Our loved pets live much longer, but in their advanced years may suffer from age-related conditions. In many cases we can treat these problems to make these “old” years “happy” years and keep them younger, longer! The sooner problems are diagnosed, the sooner treatment is started and the more we can help!

 

As pets age, they can become prone to developing certain types of diseases:

Regular checkups with your veterinarian will help detect any health problems early

The earlier these problems are identified the more can be done to help.
This is where Cambridge Vets and the “Senior Pet Wellness Club” can help.
We can provide a more pro-active approach to senior animal care through an individualised wellness programme for your pet.
Registration is free and you are always in control. You can decide on how involved you would like to be and how much you get out of it. As a member, you can enjoy several benefits including:

  • Regular newsletters
  • Special discounts on certain products and services
  • A healthcare plan specifically designed to keep your pet as healthy as possible.
  • Individualised check-ups, reminders and follow-ups.
  • Opportunity to enter competitions and win prizes.
  • Being kept informed with the latest developments with new products and veterinary care.

Remember, pets age about 7 times faster than humans, so a trip to the vet once a year for your pet is like a trip to the doctors every 7 years for us.

Providing optimal care for Senior Pets:

  • Intervention will be of more benefit if instituted early
  • Promotes early detection of abnormalities (even in the apparently normal pet)
  • Promotes individualised medical care to enhance quality & length of life
  • Acknowledges & enhances the human-animal bond

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4 days ago

Cambridge Vets

Friday Cuteness this week is... Bear takes over Rover 🤣

We hope you all are staying safe and well! 🐾

Thank you to our clients for their patience with the changes that have had to be made over this last week! 😍

Please note:
You will need to phone the clinic FIRST to make an appointment for your pet or to arrange medication – NO walk-ins will be allowed. The clinic doors will be locked and opened only for clients who have phoned ahead.

Thank you again, stay safe and we'll get through this together! 🥰
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Friday Cuteness this week is... Bear takes over Rover 🤣

We hope you all are staying safe and well! 🐾

Thank you to our clients for their patience with the changes that have had to be made over this last week! 😍

Please note:
You will need to phone the clinic FIRST to make an appointment for your pet or to arrange medication – NO walk-ins will be allowed. The clinic doors will be locked and opened only for clients who have phoned ahead.

Thank you again, stay safe and well get through this together! 🥰

 

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Thank you for being there if needed. So very reassuring especially now my close vets have had to shut.

Thanks for the great service even under lock down! 😊

You rock Cambridge vets 😊 stay safe

7 days ago

Cambridge Vets

Cambridge Vets Farm ServicesSpore Counts on the rise ‼️⬆️

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2 weeks ago

Cambridge Vets

Woof woof hey! I’m 10 ½ weeks old now and settling into my new normal real well. Mum says that I’m getting big and Dad said that I seem to be getting bigger everyday but I don’t feel any different. Although I can’t fit through the cat feeder thing anymore, and it’s a bit of a squeeze to get under the coffee table so maybe I am getting bigger! 🐾

I’m doing real well with sleeping in my special place. Mum calls it my bed or my crate. I really like it cos when Aunty Billie and Uncle Jimmy come visit and I need to rest I can take myself off to my safe place and sleep peacefully. I’m also learning new words like ‘sit’, down and come so when I get fed in my safe place I have to sit. It’s real hard to do but mum says I’m doing good. 🐾

🛑 I keep hearing mum and dad talk about lockdown not sure what that means but if it means stay in your safe place then I’m all good. Take care and keep safe everyone. Look out for the next installment of parkers post. 🐾

Fun fact: There is a lot of stigma around crate training puppies and dogs. It’s not cruel, mean or sad. Just like Parker it is a great way to introduce a ‘safe’ area for puppies. It can be used for them to be able to go away from other pets or people in the house. If you want any tips or tricks feel free to contact us. 📞🐾
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Woof woof hey! I’m 10 ½ weeks old now and settling into my new normal real well. Mum says that I’m getting big and Dad said that I seem to be getting bigger everyday but I don’t feel any different. Although I can’t fit through the cat feeder thing anymore, and it’s a bit of a squeeze to get under the coffee table so maybe I am getting bigger! 🐾

I’m doing real well with sleeping in my special place. Mum calls it my bed or my crate. I really like it cos when Aunty Billie and Uncle Jimmy come visit and I need to rest I can take myself off to my safe place and sleep peacefully. I’m also learning new words like ‘sit’, down and come so when I get fed in my safe place I have to sit. It’s real hard to do but mum says I’m doing good. 🐾

🛑 I keep hearing mum and dad talk about lockdown not sure what that means but if it means stay in your safe place then I’m all good. Take care and keep safe everyone. Look out for the next installment of parkers post. 🐾

Fun fact: There is a lot of stigma around crate training puppies and dogs. It’s not cruel, mean or sad. Just like Parker it is a great way to introduce a ‘safe’ area for puppies. It can be used for them to be able to go away from other pets or people in the house. If you want any tips or tricks feel free to contact us. 📞🐾

 

Comment on Facebook

Good boy Parker I wish Arlo would be staying in his crate. Any how you look stunning and very cosy in there.

2 weeks ago

Cambridge Vets

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Cambridge Vets: Covid - 19 Lockdown Procedure 🛑🐾

 

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m.facebook.com/TownAndCountryVetNursing/photos/a.106405634130654/207096220728261/?type=3 Please note I will require muzzling if you try and jab me too! 😉

You are all amazing. Thank you on behalf of those who cant speak

Thanks so much guys . Question though my puppy will be due for her second vaccination is that still possible ?

You guys are just awesome. Thank you.

Thanks team!

Thanks team, so glad you are still there to take care of our loved family members 🐶

Thanks everyone at Cambridge Vets ❤️

Christine vaccination for pupper

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3 weeks ago

Cambridge Vets

Firday cuteness this week is the large animal vet team entered in the Waipa Funrun last week. 🏃‍♀️🏃‍♀️🏃‍♂️🏃‍♂️🏃‍♂️

The day was bright, the track was firm and the team did great! ☀️😊👍🥵🥳
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Firday cuteness this week is the large animal vet team entered in the Waipa Funrun last week. 🏃‍♀️🏃‍♀️🏃‍♂️🏃‍♂️🏃‍♂️  

The day was bright, the track was firm and the team did great!  ☀️😊👍🥵🥳

 

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Great job team 👍👍

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