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We'd like to introduce our new feature - our Star Patient of the month: February's award goes to a very brave little kitty called Dr Brown. You may remember seeing Dr Brown here on our Facebook page a few weeks ago when she was in for her spay operation. Sadly, Dr Brown was run over by a car that crushed her back left leg and broke her spine at the base of her tail. She was rushed in to us for emergency treatment and needed major surgery to amputate both her damaged leg and her tail! But despite her injuries Dr Brown was the happiest little patient - always purring and wanting a cuddle. Less than 48 hours after her op she was getting about brilliantly!
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We've had an unusual patient in over the weekend... this poorly bat was found at Cliffe Castle - we've been nursing him back to health. Here he is tucking into some mealworms courtesy of Pets at Home! The Bat Conservation Trust will be caring for him now he's on the mend!
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Meet Chewy, who was in the surgery last week to have his back leg amputated. He had a dislocated hip and can now hop around much better than before. Chewy was hopping around like this just a couple of hours after his operation. What a brave bunny!
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Most of us know the importance of good dental hygiene for ourselves, but often our cats don’t get quite as much attention. However, it is important to care for your pet’s teeth as problems can lead to a number of different health issues. Keep an eye out for bad teeth or infected gums, and always contact us if you have any concerns 01535 667061. 😺

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Murphy knows where the treats are kept and exactly how to get one! 🐶🐾🍴

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🐶🐈🐕🐱🐩🐰🐹🐁🐭🐇🐾 #healthypets #happypets

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Over the last few weeks we've been busy speaking to thousands of pet owners from across the UK, in a bid to understand how happy pets make people feel and how h...appy people think their pet is. Keep an eye out over the coming weeks for some interesting stats about your area and pet type.

And we're now looking for the Happiest and Healthiest place in the UK for a pet to live. Vote for your area here: https://goo.gl/PKacPn

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You know how to keep your pet happy and here at Keighley Vets4Pets we know how to keep your pet
healthy.
That’s why we’ve created Complete Care. Our Complete Care pet Health Plan is designed to cover all
the regular essentials such as annual vaccinations, regular worming, tick and flea protection, and a 6 month
check-up with your vet. www.vets4pets.com/pet-health-pla…/complete-care-health-plan/

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Happy Healthy Pets - which of our Health Plans is right for you?
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Signs of anti-freeze poisoning can show within 30 minutes of ingestion. If your pet shows any signs of
breathing difficulties, acts drunk and uncoordinated, is sleepy or depressed, is vomiting or having seizures
you should take them to your vet immediately. https://www.vets4pets.com/pet-health-adv…/winter-watch-outs/

Click through to check out our 'Winter Watch Outs' handy tips to help you make sure your pet is happy and healthy during the chilly winter months.
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Anti-freeze solution is poisonous to pets when ingested: Just a small amount can cause kidney failure and
if left untreated it can potentially be fatal. The solution is sweet tasting for pets, which is why they are
drawn to licking up spills or leaks.
To prevent pets being at risk keep anti-freeze bottles clearly labelled and stored securely away from pets.
Any spills should be cleared up immediately and thoroughly, even if it's just a small amount....
If you have any questions, please call us on 01535 667061 or visit https://www.vets4pets.com/pet-health-adv…/winter-watch-outs/

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Click through to check out our 'Winter Watch Outs' handy tips to help you make sure your pet is happy and healthy during the chilly winter months.
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Last chance to book onto the Gerbil's workshop at Pets at Home! The workshop is free for you and your children. You'll be invited for a tour around the vets too! 🐾🐭🔬Click on the link to book. http://community.petsathome.com/…/w…/february-gerbils/99403/

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Come along and join the free Pets at Home Gerbils workshop for you and your children this half term holiday! You'll even get a tour behind the scenes here at the vets! 🐭🔬🐾 Follow the link to book... http://community.petsathome.com/…/w…/february-gerbils/99403/

February - Gerbils Workshops at the Keighley Pets at Home store.
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Don't forget to book your space on Thursday's #PetFirstAidWorkshop it starts at 6pm. Call 01535 667061. #PetFirstAid

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🐱🐶🐰 #PetSafety

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Our #PetFirstAidWorkshop is this Thursday the session starts at 6pm. Please give us a call 01535 667061 to book your place.

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If you have a cat or dog you have probably heard about pets needing 'a dental'. Just imagine if we
never brushed our teeth and you will understand why as many as 80% of cats and dogs over three
years old require dental treatment.
https://www.vets4pets.com/pet-health-advice/dental-advice/

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