Conjunctivitis

This is inflammation of the outer layers of the eye. It is relatively common in both cats, dogs and rabbits. It can be caused by injury of all shapes and forms, by infection - viral and bacterial and may be of allergic origin. It usually shows itself as pain, inflammation and discharge involving one or both eyes. Some recent research on dogs indicated that a little more than half of the cases investigated were actually caused by allergy.

We believe any inflammation of the eye should be taken seriously.

Many cases, especially in cats, maybe the result of more serious underlying diseases such as Flu or Chlamydia.

Generally speaking if your pet is worried by an eye please let us check.

Our veterinarians are all experienced general practitioners with a broad knowledge and
understanding of animal health, illness and injury.

Brenda and Steve

To Alan and all the staff

Thank you so much for looking after our dear Bron over the last 19 years. Special thanks to Colin and his nurse who were so gentle with Bron and kind to us.

Kerry, Dave, Kelcie and Big “Woofs” From Gemma

To all the Team

A” huge thank you”

To you all for the care and support you have given us and Gemma.

It is very much appreciated

Anne Sutton

A Note to thank you for all your efforts in trying to save my little cat, and the staff for there kindness when she was put to sleep

With gratitude, God bless