Small Talk Newsletter September 2017
01 September 2017
The September edition of Small Talk News is now ready to read!
This month's edition is full of lots of tips and advice, including:
- Crate Training Your Dog
- MRI at Pride Veterinary Centre
- An Unfortunate 'Rawhide' Chew Incident
- Foreign Bodies
- Staff Focus - Jo Bell
Download and read Small Talk News September 2017
Using a crate helps provide your puppy or dog with its own private safe space. Kat Johnson, who runs our puppy and dog training classes shares her expert tips for crate training your dog.
MRI at Pride Veterinary Centre
MRI is recommended for animals to diagnose and plan treatment in a wide range of conditions. We explain more about MRI, what happens during an examination and how long the results take.
We call anything that is in your pet that isn't a part of him or her, and shouldn't be there, a foreign body.
The most common type of foreign body that we see are those in a pet's gastrointestinal tract, which can cause all sorts of problems.
An Unfortunate Rawhide Chew Incident
We share a cautionary tale for all dog owners to be very careful with rawhide chews.
Staff Focus - Jo Bell
This month we find out more about Jo Bell, who is a Line Manager in Client Care. You may recognise Jo as one of the friendly faces you and your pet will see when you first arrive for your appointment.
Download the September 2017 Small Talk Newsletter.