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Keeping your pet happy and healthy is a priority

Here at Calder Vets we're here to help you do that with this bank of useful information and expert pet health advice.



Whether your dog is already your best friend or you are considering getting a puppy, we have put together lots of helpful dog advice on topics such as puppy advice, neutering and vaccinations to behaviour, dietary advice and more.



Though notoriously independent, cats are still a big commitment for pet owners and we really care about supporting you in giving them the best chances of a long, happy and healthy life. Our team of experts have put together advice articles that covers all bases, including kitten advice, neutering and vaccinations as well as senior cat advice, dietary advice and behaviour.



If you have a happy rabbit at home already or are considering bringing a baby bunny into the family, our compassionate team of vets and nurses have put together advice on topics such as dietary advice, young and senior rabbit advice and common medical conditions. We hope you find these articles useful in offering you expert knowledge and peace of mind.

general pet advice

General Pet Advice

Your pets can be your best friend or part of the family, we understand that is why the expert team of veterinarians at Calder Vets can offer expert advice to cover topics such as neutering, travelling with your pet and dealing with fireworks or noise phobias.

Latest Calder Vets Pet Advice

Insurance Claims

Here at Calder Vets we are able to offer both indirect and direct insurance claims for your pets treatment.

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Feline Hypertension

The early stages of high blood pressure are not always obvious, and this disease is often referred to as ‘the silent killer’, because cats may appear fit and healthy until things progress so far that more serious problems occur.

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Hospitalised Pets FAQ's

We have put together some Frequently asked questions to provide answers for pet owners for when their beloved pets are hospitalised.

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