We are dedicated to providing your pet with all they require to stay happy and healthy. We are a single-centred independently run practice and do not believe in pressure sales or loss-leading offers. We simply provide a reasonably-priced service for all your pets needs, with no unnecessary extras. Our staff are friendly and approachable and pride themselves in treating all your pets as they would their own.
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– Lowers the risks of fatal cancers.
– It is quite common for older un-neutered bitches and queens to get an infection of the womb (pyometra) and this is potentially fatal.
– Many un-neutered cats and dogs can be dominant and/or aggressive and tend to wander excessively.
– Un-neutered male cats have a pungent tom cat smell and tend to spray strong-smelling urine.
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In this area, we have a particular problem with ticks as they thrive in moorland landscapes grazed/previously grazed by farm animals and deer. Ticks may carry Lyme disease which can affect humans. Lice and mites are other parasites which can affect your pet. At Baildon Vets we are happy to advise on the various products available.
Should your pet require overnight care then you will need to transport them to Vets Now at Bradford (our out of hours provider) or transport by a veterinary ambulance can be arranged. They will monitor and treat your pet overnight until we reopen.
You will find them at 1 Lorne Street, Bradford, BD4 7PS. Their contact telephone number is 01274 722721 They are also available while we are closed to offer free telephone advice or to book an appointment in an emergency. Please ask for current prices for consultations at Vets Now.
Passports to EU countries require your pet to be:
– Up to date with boosters.
– Given one rabies injection three weeks prior to your intended return from holiday.
– No less than one day but no more than five days before your return to UK you must visit a vet to have your pet treated for tapeworm.
-Treatment for fleas is no longer a requirement but we would strongly recommend you do so due to many tick mosquito and sandfly bourne diseases.
If you have any questions regarding your passport please call the surgery.
Says Loren, owner of Dallas & Tilly