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Alabama What?

Alabama What? This has been a focus in the news recently so we thought we would provide pet owners with an update on this condition. What is Alabama Rot? This disease was identified in 2012 with a total of 109 cases. Alabama rot can be a fatal condition which was...

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Read all about it ………

New vets! This month we thought we would introduce you to some of our newest staff members! We have some new vets…….. Sarah Sutton and Charlotte Dobson who have both joined our Bury Team. Also Clare Parker who saw practice as a student at our Newmarket branch has...

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The risk of summer for our dogs

The risk of the summer for our dogs Although currently August has not shown us much of a summer we always encourage our owners to be prepared for when the warmer weather does arrive. We all know what it’s like when we have spent too long in the heat, we are the lucky...

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A day in the life of a dental patient

A day in the life of a Dental Patient..... Meet Rhubarb, a 3 year old Border Terrier who belongs to one of our vets. She recently stayed in for the day to have a dental procedure and she wanted to share with other patients what goes on during that day........ "Firstly...

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Emerging Diseases part 1 – Alabama Rot

Emerging diseases…… Over the past couple of years a number of new emerging diseases have been seen in this country. This is the first of 3 blog articles which will concentrate on these emerging diseases: Alabama Rot Babesiosis Seasonal Canine Illness. ALABAMA ROT...

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Grass Seed Season

We are all very pleased summer is coming, with longer and warmer days now with us. If you are a hay fever sufferer you are also probably aware of the grasses growing. This cannot only be a problem for us but also for our dogs and cats. As a vet you either love Grass...

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Beware of Easter poisons

As Easter is rapidly approaching don’t forget to avoid leaving those tempting tasty easter eggs out where your pets can tuck into them! There are many potential poisons for both cats and dogs around the Easter time. Here is some information to cover a few of them but...

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First Aid for your pets

Through the year we run first aid courses for both clients and non clients. They are based in our Bury St Edmunds branch (IP33 3SP) and run by one of our vets. The courses are free of charge and normally run for 3 consecutive weeks on a weekday evening. Both courses...

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Welcome to our new website

Our website has just been re launched to provide you with more information on the services Swayne & Partners offers our clients. Please take a minute to have a read about the vets that help to run our four branches across Suffolk. A number of our directors have...

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