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From skin irritations to digestive issues, understanding and addressing common allergies in dogs is essential for ensuring their wellbeing. In this blog, we delve into the world of canine allergies, exploring their types, symptoms and effective management strategies.

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The sun is out, everything is in flower, and everyone has come out of hibernation: gardening season has begun! While this is a lovely time of year to spend with your pet, there are potentially poisonous plants in your garden that will affect cats and dogs. At Park Vet Group in Leicester, we can assist you with pet-proofing your garden by providing a list of common garden plants that are toxic to pets. Read on to learn more about common garden plants you need to look out for and the symptoms of plant poisoning.

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CHANGES TO OUR SERVICES DURING EASTER WEEKEND

Easter is almost here in Leicestershire, and at Park Vet Group we'd like to remind you that our opening hours over the Bank Holiday weekend may differ from our usual availability.

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The risks of Easter for dogs: Chocolate poisoning

Easter is an indulgent time of the year, and whilst chocolate is a fond treat for us, it can have serious outcomes for dogs if they eat it. As a devoted pet owner, we know how important it is for you to be informed about potential dangers that our furry friends may face. At Park Vet Group we share our valuable insights in this article, and guidance about chocolate and the affects it can have on your dog.

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Inquisitive dogs and curious cats might enjoy investigating around the house in Leicestershire, but the last thing you want them to do is harm themselves on household items.

As we step into Spring and many of us start deep cleaning, you should familiarise yourself with some of the many cleaning products that can be hazardous to your pets.

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Happy World Book Day to our wonderful clients at Park Vet Group. Join us as we celebrate our favourite fictional pets. In this article, we also explore how we can all take the lessons that we learn from our beloved fictional pets into our everyday lives. Whether you are a fan of the classics such as Wilbur the pig and Stuart Little, or a lover of Bluey and the Australian Heeler family, there is a fictional animal dear to all of us.

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