If there’s a chance your vaccine schedule could be overdue, spring is the ideal time to organise immunisations for your horse.
When it comes to caring for your pet’s oral health, do you know what your dog’s teeth and mouth should look like?
Read advice on how best to protect your cat from infectious diseases with our article on feline vaccinations and checkups.
Read how bovine TB testing is being affected by Coronavirus so far this year and the restrictions now in place.
Learn what is a healthy body score for your horse using our handy guide and downloadable scoring chart.
Did your dog make the list of ‘20 most popular dog breeds of 2020’? And how did the pandemic affect people’s breed choices last year?
If dogs could set goals for 2021 what would they be? We’ve come up with 5 top new year’s resolutions for your dog that you can make.
Read our eight top tips on winter guinea pig care and learn how to tell if your small furry pet is struggling with the cold temperatures.
Avoid a painful and risky winter for your horse by protecting them from winter colic. Learn how to prevent it and the symptoms to look for.
Our team have pulled together a list of their favourite cat toys and Christmas gift ideas, to keep everyone purring through the festivities.
You don’t have to make a special effort to find treats that are good for your dog…just check in the fridge.
There are a number of plant species that give us trouble every Autumn. Read our short article on what to look out for and what you might do.
Do you know how to spot the signs of arthritis in older dogs? Take our health assessment test and find out.
People everywhere love eggs, that’s why there’s a World Egg Day. Help others enjoy your eggs with our top 10 poultry management tips.
Every horse & pony should undergo the RCVS/BEVA’s five stage equine vetting process. Pilgrims Veterinary Practice can help you understand why.
Headshaking can be a distressing condition for horses and whilst we can’t cure it, we can help alleviate the symptoms.
Preparing your cat for short days is vital for keeping them safe this Autumn. Read more about the dangers they might face.
Avoiding an uncomfortable winter is all about taking a few simple steps before the bad weather kicks in. Get our simple ticklist.
Liver fluke is a common parasitic disease that can cause smallholders significant financial losses. Find out how to spot & control it.
Is it a frog, toad or newt? Learn how to spot what’s in your garden and create a frog-friendly oasis for them this Summer.
Liver disease in horses must be spotted early, diagnosed quickly and treated swiftly to maximise our chances of helping your animal.
Smallholding services and other summer advice
Pet insurance and our monthly pet care advice
Avoiding summer health issues in horses and other seasonal advice
Get the up to date advice on TB testing during lockdown.
Foaling is generally un-complicated but it’s essential to be prepared
Advice on keeping your dog cool throughout the warmer months.
Rabbit viral haemorrhagic disease is almost always fatal – is your pet vaccinated?
Blowfly Strike is one of the most common parasites to affect sheep. Find out about its symptoms, prevention & treatment.
Many hand sanitisers contain ethanol, which can be poisonous to cats & dogs.
How pets could help us when we’re forced to isolate.
How to prepare for your pet’s needs in case you need to self-isolate for 14 days?
Our quick guide on when you should and shouldn’t visit the surgery during the Coronavirus emergency.
With National Puppy Day this month here’s a checklist for bringing your new arrival home
Using medicines properly has always played a vital part in farm and livestock management. At Pilgrims Veterinary Practice we can help you to plan
Is your horse vaccinated? Pilgrims Vets explains the importance of vaccinating your horse and which vaccines you will need
There are many positives to rehoming a dog, but there are also lots of points to consider.
If you’re thinking about rehoming a cat, here are a few pointers that may be useful.
Many rescue rabbits are in need of new homes, and here are some reasons they make great pets for everyone.
From ping-pong balls to light lasers, we’ve got some suggestions for more fun-filled and energetic play
Tips on the best ways to exercise your rabbit.
Stuck for a new Year’s resolution? Walk Your Dog Month runs for the whole of January, so what better time to set some new goals?
Exercising with your dog is a great way to burn calories and have fun together – so check out our five best ideas.
Our vet nurses offer body condition checks to confirm whether your cat is overweight or underweight – plus advice for improvements.
If your rabbit’s looking like it’s piled on a few winter ounces, our vet nurses will be able to check its weight and offer advice on diet
It’s hard to avoid temptation at Christmas – and that includes your dog, so it’s vital to keep dangerous foods out of reach.
Everyone gets treats at Christmas, so don’t leave your pets out. Contact us to find out how to make Christmas extra delicious for rabbits.
We’ve put together a little list of ideas to help you with festive shopping for your feline.
They may not show it, but cats can suffer from a fear of fireworks as well as dogs. Ask us for advice on keeping kitty calm.
Rabbits can be easily stressed by the unusual sounds of fireworks, so we’ve got some suggestions to keep them calm.
Many dogs hate fireworks, but there are ways to keep them calm.
The Pilgrims Veterinary Practice team shares our top five tips for new kitten owners, from food to social training.
It’s not just humans who get lonely. If you have a single rabbit, it could be craving company, so here are some tips to spot a lonely bunny.
Inappropriate chewing in dogs can be costly and annoying – find out why it happens and what you can do to prevent it
A happy guinea pig is a joy forever. Discover what makes those cute little rodents tick.
There’re multiple cat care options when you go on holiday. Pilgrims Veterinary Practice explains the benefits of hiring a cat sitter.
Dog travel sickness is a real issue for many pet owners, but it can be treated in various ways.
No-one wants their dog to suffer from bad breath, sore gums or loose teeth. Avoid these symptoms with these pointers.
Dental problems can cause havoc to your pet’s health. Here’s why it’s so important to keep tiny teeth clean
Cats are renowned for hiding poor health. Here’s how to tell if your pet has an underlying dental problem.