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Pups: Vaccinations ought to begin at six weeks, and this is often followed by a recall dose of 2-4 weeks after the first one. The vaccinations are essential within the protection of parvo, zoonotic {disease} ( that causes Wheal’s disease in humans), Distemper, Parainfluenza and a few types of hepatitis. If the annual immunizing agent isn’t continual inside fifteen months from the previous year, then the course can need to begin once more. Kennel Cough should be given to dogs who need to stay in kennels. However, in recent days we are seeing cases of the disease in multi-dog households, therefore the recommendation is to inoculate for Kennel Cough whether or not your pet goes into a boarding kennel or not. 

Kittens: The vaccination course starts for kittens at nine weeks of aged, with a recall dose at 3-4 weeks later. This vaccination covers Cat respiratory disease, feline panleukopenia, and animal disease caused by an outbreak referred to as Calicivirus. We additionally suggest that cats need to be vaccinated for Feline Leukaemia. 

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Worm & Flea Treatment

Both flea and worm treatment is an easy and safe procedure. A regular flea and worm treatment regime will keep your pet – and you healthy. When you bring it home your new family member is very important to contact your vet and make sure the pet gets treated for worms and flea.Dogs and cats need regular attention to keep them in perfect health. A monthly top-up can protect your pet against serious health complications in the long-term. 

Regular flea treatment can prevent health complications such as; hair loss, excessive itching or biting or even more serious issues as bacterial infections.  If you suspect that your pet has fleas, you should give them flea treatment immediately. There are many types of dog flea treatments available, with the most popular being drops, collars, tablets or sprays. 

You should be aware of worms too. Worms are a type of parasite living in the intestines. Lungworms, tapeworms and hookworms can be very dangerous for your pet’s health, but not only yours as well.  Some of the symptoms of worms can include; Diarrhoea or vomiting, Extreme coughing, Lethargy or unusual tiredness, Weight loss. Injection, tablets and spot-on treatments are available your vet will be able to recommend a treatment depending on whether your pet has already been infected or not.

Make sure your pet is flea and worm free. If you suspect that your pet is suffering from either type of parasite infestation, it’s important to contact us so we can advise you on the best treatment. 


microchip implant is about the size of a large grain of rice is placed under the skin of an animal. Microchipping of animals is a painless and simple procedure. The chip is the size of a grain of rice and is inserted by a syringe underneath the skin between the shoulders. This could be done at any age, however, some pet owners prefer to do it earlier at about 12 weeks. 

Microchipping is an easy and efficient way of making certain that if your pet goes missing your details are available and also important info about the pet such as allergies, health conditions, as well as the vaccination history of the pet. When the pet is found, the microchip is read by a scanner and the little rascal  gets reunited with the owner. If you have got any questions about Microchipping, please give us a call. 

Progesterone & Reverse Progesterone Testing

Progesterone testing is a simple blood test used to establish the different stages of the reproductive cycle of female dogs and to provide information about the right time of mating and parturition as well as some abnormalities. 

We recommend progesterone testing to determine when ovulation occurs, so we can predict the due date more accurately and in the case of a planned C-section, determine when is the safest time to deliver the puppies. 

Mobile Vets in Crewe offers same-day progesterone results! The simple and precise testing system allows us to establish the progesterone levels and the stage of the cycle in an individual bitch within an hour. If you wish to find more about the procedure, please get in touch.

Ultrasound Scanning

An ultrasound examination is a non-invasive imaging technique that allows internal body structures to be seen by ultrasonic waves. Ultrasound examines the inner structures of the kidneys, liver and other abdominal organs. It allows the recognition of cysts and tumours, and it is excellent for viewing the interior of hollow organs such as the bladder. 

By scanning the animals with the equipment we get a two-dimensional picture of the organ scanned. We use it used to examine abdominal structures, pregnancy diagnosis, evaluate cardiac function and examine the eyes for certain eye diseases.

The technic is painless and anaesthesia is not needed for most ultrasound examinations. As the ultrasound scan is performed in real-time, the results of what is seen are known immediately. 

Pet Traveling & Export

If you wish to take your pet travelling outside the UK, whether on a short holiday or permanently you need to make sure that you have all the essential paperwork and vaccinations required by the government to make this trip possible. Our job is to ensure that all requirements compiled and all documents are in order so you can enjoy your holiday.

Travelling to an EU country or Northern Ireland

You can no longer use a pet passport issued in Great Britain (England, Wales and Scotland) for travel to an EU country or Northern Ireland. You can still use a pet passport issued in an EU country or Northern Ireland.

When travelling to an EU country or Northern Ireland, your pet needs:

These requirements also apply to assistance dogs.

Check the rules of the country you’re travelling to for any additional restrictions or requirements before you travel.

Travelling from Great Britain to Northern Ireland in early 2021

If you have a pet passport issued in Northern Ireland, contact your vet for advice before travelling. You can also read about changes to pet travel on the NIDirect website.

Arriving in an EU country or Northern Ireland

You’ll need to go through a travellers’ point of entry when you arrive in an EU country or Northern Ireland. You may need to show your pet’s animal health certificate along with proof of their:

  • microchip
  • rabies vaccination
  • tapeworm treatment (if required)

Repeat trips to an EU country or Northern Ireland

Your pet will need a new animal health certificate for each trip to an EU country or Northern IrelandYour pet will not need a repeat rabies vaccination so long as it’s rabies vaccinations are up to date. Your dog will need tapeworm treatment for each trip if you’re travelling directly to Finland, Ireland, Malta, Northern Ireland or Norway.

For more information, about the rules applying to Great Britain (England, Wales Northern Ireland and Scotland) visit GOV.UK