Pet Care

Adult dogs, cats and other companion pets require regular vaccination, parasite control and a balanced diet. Below are guidelines on preventative healthcare. If you have any other questions or queries, don't hesitate to ask!

Puppy and Kitten Care

Puppies and kittens require different care to adult pets. See Puppy care and Kitten care for advice.

Dog Care

 

Vaccination

 

Once your dog has had their inital vaccination they require a yearly booster to protect them from disease. At your pets vaccination appointment they will receive a full health check to insure they are in top condition from head to paw!

 

Parasite Control

 

One of the most dangerous parasites your dog can pick up is lungworm. Others include roundworm, tapeworm, hook worm, whip worm, fleas, ticks, ear mites, mange and lice. Your vet will advise you on the best protocol for your pet. Those with children should worm their pet regularly as they are at more risk.

 

 

Dental Care

 

Preventative dental care is not only good for your pets health but can also reduce the risk of costly dental procedures. Our staff can show you how to brush your pets teeth, please book a free nurse dental check or ask your vet at the next appointment.

 

If your pet has dental disease they will need to have a dental procedure to get them smiling again. We have ultrasonic dental equipment to enable us to remove tartar and if necessary perform extractions.

 

Signs of problems

 

Bad breath and plaque covered teeth are usual signs. Other signs include swollen gums, lack of interest in food, dribbling, bleeding gums and weight loss.

 

Diet

 

A complete diet is always recommended and we offer a free diet service for all our clients to discuss the nutritional needs of your pet as an individual. We offer our own veterinary diet, you can collect a free sample when your next in the surgery. 

Cat Care

 

Vaccination

 

Once your cat has had their inital vaccination course, they require a yearly booster to protect them from disease. At your pets vaccination appointment they will receive a full health check to insure they are in top condition from head to paw!

 

Parasite control

 

Using regular parasite control will prevent parasites such as round worm, tapeworm, fleas, ticks, mites, mange and lice. Your vet will advise you on the best protocol for your pet. Those with children should worm their pet regularly as they are at more risk.

 

Dental Care

 

Preventative dental care is not only good for your pets health but can also reduce the risk of costly dental procedures. Our staff can show you how to brush your pets teeth, please book a free nurse dental check or ask your vet at the next appointment.

 

If your pet has dental disease they will need to have a dental procedure to get them smiling again. We have ultrasonic dental equipment to enable us to remove tartar and if necessary perform extractions.

 

Diet

 

A complete diet is always reccomended and we offer a free diet service for all our clients to discuss the nutritional needs of your pet as an individual. We offer our own veterinary diet, you can collect a free sample when your next in the surgery. 



 

Andersons Veterinary Practice

125 Bromley Common

Bromley

Kent

BR2 9RJ

 

0208 4607222 (24hrs)

 

Fax

0872 331 3271

 

Email

bromleyvets@googlemail.com

 

 

Free Client Parking 

 

OPENING HOURS

Monday- Friday

8.30am- 7.00pm

Consultation by Appointment

 

Saturday

8.30am-12pm

Consultation by Appointment

 

Sunday service available

at our Orpington branch

9am-12.30p.m

Make an appointment with us today, call us on

0208 460 7222

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