The Strand Veterinarian:
A Little Clinic with a Big Heart WHEN IT COMES TO OUR PETS, IT’S HARD TO DENY THAT THEY ARE TRULY PART OF THE FAMILY. ASK ANYONE WITH A FUR BABY AND THEY WILL TELL THERE IS NOTHING MORE IMPORTANT THAN CHOOSING A CLINIC THAT EMBODIES THIS.
he team at The Strand Veterinarian understand the love and care we have for our pets and approach each client as an individual. They are best described as a little clinic with a big heart and a holistic approach to pet care. Dr Megan Alderson and Dr Justine Alley and their team work together to create a care environment where pets can be nurtured and healed. “Soft tones, the right environment and gentle handling can make all the difference and we’ve embraced this. Everything we do follows this same philosophy - soft, fluffy, warm beds to recover in with pain relief that sends them into dreamland until they have fully recovered,” says Dr Justine.
Three Tips for Looking After Your Pet in Autumn This includes a clear separation between the cat and dog departments, a full surgery and services from teeth cleaning to general check-ups. The Strand Veterinarian have become wellknown for their discerning clientele including Mark Vette, whose dogs all see the team at The Strand Veterinarian. Dr Megan explains that the veterinary profession is more of a “calling” than simply a career to pursue. “Animals are magic in our lives they are tangible manifestations of love - they are the bringers of joy and happiness,” says Dr Megan. “What could be more important than that?”
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For many of us, Easter Holidays means lots of delicious food. Make sure you don’t leave any food out on the counter within reach of your dog, especially chocolate. TIP #2 Autumn is the time of the year where rodents seek warmth and often find it on our homes. Be careful with rat poison as many brands are harmful to dogs and cats. Talk to your veterinarian about methods of pest control that are safe for your pets. TIP #3 While it isn’t quite Winter temperatures, don’t leave your pets outside for prolonged periods of time. Smaller animals, puppies as well as senior pets are more likely to feel the cold, even in Autumn.