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

Vaccine Amnesty for Cats and Dogs

When a puppy or kitten is born it receives maternal antibodies from its mother. Maternal antibodies only last for a few weeks, and then there is no antibody protection against life threatening infectious diseases.

Primary vaccination courses should be started just as the maternal antibodies are waning (about 8-9 weeks) and yearly boosters are required thereafter.

Much research has been done about the duration of immunity from vaccines and for some viruses in dogs, it seems to be about 3 years. One of the other vaccine components however (leptospirosis), only gives protection for a year, so your dog should have booster vaccines against this killer disease every single year.

Current evidence suggests that cats need a booster vaccine once yearly.

Risks of vaccination are very low indeed, and certainly lower than the risks of the diseases themselves.

Every year many cats and dogs of all ages become seriously ill or die from infectious diseases which could have been prevented through vaccination.

All unvaccinated dogs and cats are at risk, treatment is lengthy and expensive and sadly, some of these infections can be fatal.

If you have any questions or queries then do speak to your vet who will be able to offer you advice.

Although we all want the best for our pets, sometimes it is easy to forget to keep their vaccinations up to date.

Without regular boosters your pet’s immunity can lapse, and they are once again at risk from life-threatening disease.

Banstead Village Veterinary Surgery would like to offer you the opportunity to bring your pet’s vaccinations up to date if they have lapsed. When your pet has missed their booster vaccination they will need a new primary course of two vaccinations 2-4 weeks apart.

Don’t worry – this won’t cost as much as you think, because during February and March, you can resume your pet’s protection with a new primary course for the price of a single booster vaccination!

Give the surgery a call on 01737 210011 to get these important immunisations back up to date.

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