*Grass seed alert*

*Be aware of grass seed* This beautiful dog Millie had a grass seed stuck in her ear! Millie had to be sedated for it to be removed, she has since made a full recovery.   Pet Health Tips To minimise the risks of grass seeds affecting your pet, keep their fur cut...

Our new dental digital x-ray machine

Mimi was the first patient to try out our new dental digital x-ray machine The image is a clear picture of the root resorbing allowing Mimi to have the correct treatment (the tooth on the left of the picture) and reduced her time under anaesthetic. She recovered well...

Buddy ate a pack of chewing gum

This mischievous boy, Buddy, decided to eat a pack of chewing gum! His quick thinking owners gave us a call and were told to come straight down as chewing gum contains Xylitol which is potentially toxic to dogs. It can cause liver failure, low blood sugar and...

What exactly is Alabama Rot?

Alabama rot is a relatively new disease to the UK and has been confirmed in a total of 25 counties since 2012. In December 2017; veterinary specialists Anderson Moores confirmed three new cases in Cumbria, Monmouthshire and Devon. Read more from the specialists...

Thank you to our clients!

Thank you so much from all of us at Redleaves Veterinary Centre to everyone who nominated us as Practice of the Year 2017 in the Petplan Veterinary Awards. We’re thrilled to be nominated again this year! ★★★★★ Excellent – above & beyond service –...

Vaccinations in your pets

Puppies Puppies are routinely vaccinated against Distemper, Leptospirosis, Parvovirus and Viral Hepatitis. The initial course is two injections with an interval of 2-4 weeks between them. The first injection is given at 8 weeks of age allowing the puppy to “socialise”...

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