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AlphaPet Children's Christmas Card Competition 2014

AlphaPet Children's Christmas Card Competition 2014

  This year, for Christmas 2014, AlphaPet ran a Children's Christmas Card Competition. The hand drawn design had 3 criteria to fulfil. To have a Christmas theme, be animal related and a reference to AlphaPet. There was no age restriction, so the entries were judged according to age. The winning design has now been chosen and is currently at the printers being turned into AlphaPets 2014 Christmas Card! The winner was Demi Fletcher, age 10 and her prize... read more »

Adders - What you need to know

Adders - What you need to know

Now is the time of year when you might see Adders as you are out and about walking your dog. Here are a few facts and some advice on what to look for and what to do if your dog is bitten. ·         The Adder is the only venomous snake native to Britain. ·         read more »

National Pet Month

National Pet Month

AlphaPet Veterinary Clinic is marking National Pet Month with some exclusive celebratory events for all local pet owners. Richard Edwards, Practice Principle, has already given a talk to the children of Walberton & Binsted Church of England Primary School and Charlie Sampson, one of our Qualified nurses, has visited 4 classes of Rose Green Junior School. The talks focused on general... read more »

Stokesy's Story

Stokesy's Story

Stokesy was found by one of our Kingley clients in early January, in a ditch near West Stoke, which later lead to his name! He was lame, dehydrated, had some cuts and grazes, and was covered in fleas. We believed he had been involved in some kind of traffic accident. Although he was wearing a collar, sadly he wasn’t microchippedread more »

Why AlphaPet choose Vetsure

Why AlphaPet choose Vetsure

Here at AlphaPet we believe that having good quality pet insurance in place for your pet is important. We never want cost to be an issue should your pet require treatment, but there is also no doubt that the provision of high quality veterinary care can be costly. It is for this reason that we strongly recommend that all our... read more »

Please don't throw sticks for dogs!

Please don't throw sticks for dogs!

            The story of a nearly fatal stick injury Meet Alfie and his very happy mum. Alfie is sporting his very neat shaved neck and scar He is one VERY lucky dog! One Saturday, his owners were throwing sticks for him to chase which seemed like great fun until the stick jammed into the ground just as Alfie grabbed it in his mouth. Because he was running at speed, the stick was forced back into his mouth, penetrated under... read more »

"Killer Dog Disease" in the New Forest

We are currently receiving a significant number of calls from anxious owners following media reports referring to an apparently new disease prevalent in the New Forest and surrounding areas which has resulted in the death of a number of dogs. Currently, no one knows exactly what the cause of this new disease is, although there is a suspicion that it may be due to a toxin released by a bacteria called E coli in the... read more »

AlphaPet on Facebook

AlphaPet on Facebook

Did you know that we have a Facebook page? We post regularly with facts, advice and giggles! We help spread the word with lost pets. There’s interesting stories, unusual cases and photos from inside Alphapet. Pet’s in need of a new home. Promotions and upcoming events. Staff news and much more! So if you want to know more about what’s going on, check out our page and ‘Like’ us at https://www.facebook.com/AlphaPetVets Please remember to 'Share' our page and help spread the... read more »

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