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Pet Care Newsletters

Our Pet Care scheme publishes several Newsletters each year.

To download your own copies of a particular Newsletter in Adobe PDF format, please click over the title from the following list:


Spring 2012 : Healthy pet's teeth and gums


Winter 2011 : A seasonal survival guide


Autumn 2011 : Autumn aches - is your pet affected?


Summer 2011 : Pet passengers - are fleas and ticks an issue?


Spring 2011 : Caring for your new pet


Winter 2010 : Pet Insurance - a really good idea!


Autumn 2010 : Should I have my pet neutered?


Summer 2010 : New Pet Care Scheme


Spring 2010 : Meal Deal - choosing the ideal diet


Winter 2009 : Arthritis Alert

 

Farm Newsletters

We publish our Farm Newsletters every month.

To download your own copies of a particular Newsletter in Adobe PDF format, please click over the title from the following list:


March 2012 : New Computer System


February 2012 : Liver Fluke (Fasciolosis)


January 2012 : Computer change


December 2011 : Responsible Use of Antibiotics


November 2011 : Winter Housing


September 2011 : Copper Toxicity


August 2011 : Dairy-Co Mastitis Control Plan


July 2011 : Red water in Cattle


May 2011 : Bluetongue 2011 - where do we stand now?


April 2011 : Grass Staggers - Hypomagnesaemia


March 2011 : Healthy Livestock Initiative


February 2011 : Sheep and Healthy Livestock Initiative


January 2011 : South West Healthy Livestock Initiative


December 2010 : Staff Changes and VAT


November 2010 : Healthy Livestock Initiative


October 2010 : Lameness in cattle


September 2010 : South West TB Farm Advisory Service


August 2010 : Infectious Diseases


June 2010 : Blue Tongue Update


May 2010 : Abortions in Cattle


April 2010 : Johnes Disease

 

 


Practice News

New Pet Health Care Scheme is launched

Southill Vets are pleased to announce the introduction of our Healthcare Plan. This scheme is specifically designed to help provide essential routine preventative veterinary care throughout the year at an affordable and substantially discounted rate. It also enables you to spread the cost of this comprehensive service over twelve regular budget monthly instalments. Click here for more details...