Pet Care Services In Surrey - Peace of Mind Pet Care
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I trust Peace of Mind Pet Care wholeheartedly and, without hesitation, recommend Cathryn, Sofie and indeed the whole team to anyone who is looking for a friendly face for their pets when away. You will not find a more friendly, more caring, more flexible company and I will be happy to discuss this further with anyone who should wish to do so.

Kate Taylor, Surbiton

In my experience, Peace of Mind Pet Care is a professional and caring company that I trust 100%. I have been using them for a year now and feel totally confident with the service I get. I know that my Border Collie, Bronte, loves her walker!!

Janet in Tadworth

We were delighted with the service from Peace of Mind Pet Care. Kate was wonderful, obviously loved cats and emailed us regularly to let us know how Fudge and Coco were whilst we were on holiday. We felt completely confident to leave them in her care.

Elizabeth in Brockham, Surrey

I was very happy with the service I got from Peace of Mind Pet Care and I came home to find my 2 cats looking very happy and well fed. I will certainly recommend the service!

J Hawkins, Surrey


If you are not intending to breed from your pet, there are undoubted advantages to neutering.

In male dogs and cats, neutering (or castration) removes the influence of the hormone testosterone, which results in reduced fighting, aggression and roaming behaviour (and thus the risk of road traffic accidents).

It is especially important in male cats as infectious diseases such as FeLV (Feline Leukaemia) and FIV (Feline Immunodeficiency Virus) are commonly spread through fighting and sexual activity. Un-neutered male cats also tend to mark the house with a very pungent spray, and they very frequently get bitten in cat fights with resulting abscesses and infections.

In dogs, recall is often better in castrated males, and there is no chance of testicular or prostate cancer once they have been neutered. Humping behaviour of legs and cushions is usually much reduced after castration too!

If we’re honest, there are also enough puppies and kittens in the world, as evidenced by the RSPCA’s recent announcement that they may not have the resources to look after all the unwanted dogs and cats that are being presented to them at the moment.

There are therefore many pro’s to neutering and the only possible con can be a tendency towards weight gain afterwards. This is easily prevented by feeding the correct diet and having adequate exercise, just like us!

Banstead Village Veterinary Surgery is offering 20% off the cost of dog and cat neutering during May, so contact the surgery on 01737 210011 to make a booking.

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