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10 Must Have Products for Your Puppy

2 Apr Littlehampton Vet Puppies

Bringing home a puppy is undoubtedly an exciting experience for the whole family and purchasing products in preparation for a puppy arrival can make the experience all the more enjoyable. Its easy to go overboard with dog and puppy products due to the endless range of options available in pet stores

Case History – A Canine Facelift

25 Mar Littlehampton Vet News, Uncategorized

Dogs that have excessive skinfolds around the face can suffer a variety of health problems such as eye ulcers and breathing problems. Breeds most affected by this problem include: Shar Peis, Pugs, Cocker Spaniels and Boxers. Dogs with excessive skin folds can greatly benefit by surgical removal of the extra skin,

The Manky Kittens, Part 2

19 Mar Littlehampton Vet Kittens

If you are reading this, you already know about my nightmare that was real, having to euthanise kittens as a vet student in a past life. The good news is that since I opened the Littlehampton Veterinary Clinic ten years ago, we have rehomed over  400 kittens. We do not take kittens from

Thank you for your thoughts on the passing of Tiberius

19 Mar Littlehampton Vet Uncategorized

I would like to thank my clients and Facebook for the support you have given me after the death of my beloved clinic cat and dear friend last week. I have been so terribly sad. As all pet owners know losing a furry friends is similar to losing a family

A Pair of Kittens Need a New Home!

10 Mar Littlehampton Vet Kittens

A Pair of Kittens Need a New Home! We are happy to announce we have two adorable kittens ready for adoption! They are best of friends so they need to find a new home together. Both are male and have had different beginnings but now are inseparable friends. The grey

Video: Lorna My Starved Kitten Who Shakes, Rattles And Rolls.

10 Mar Littlehampton Vet Nutrition

IMG_0506 http://littlehamptonvet.com.au/tiberius-and-lorna-2/img_0506-3/   This is Lorna, who was found at 6 weeks old nearly dead from starvation. Our good friend, Buster, the dog nursed her like a kitten and with lots of medical therapy she survived. Her cerebellum, the part of the brain, that is essential for movement was permanently damaged.

Rest In Peace, Tiberius, Our Beloved Clinic Cat

10 Mar Littlehampton Vet Uncategorized

Eight years ago a two  week old kitten was given to us, he had been found outside of a factory in the city. We were the only clinic that would take a sick tiny kitten to be bottle fed. The people that found him were kind enough to drive him

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Our Consultation hours are Monday to Friday 10:00am to 12:30pm and 4:00pm to 6:00pm and Saturday 9:00am to 1:00pm.
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