Entries by sumHill

The Brief Guide to Pet Care

Dogs, cats, horses, rabbits, goldfish; we love our pets. But every now and then we need a refresher on how to take care of them. As vets, it’s our job to make sure your four-legged, furry and feathered friends are healthy, but there are a few extra things at home you can do.   Birds […]

Open Day – Celebrating 10 Years of Service

Sunday, 17th June 2018 – Save the date! We’re happy to announce it has been a decade since Dr. Lydia and Dr. Sandra first opened the clinic back in 2008. Summer Hill Village Vet is having an Open Day Event to celebrate, full of fun and festivities!  The team have enjoyed looking after your pets over […]

Special Needs Boarding

EXPERT BOARDING CARE FOR CATS Summer Hill Village Vet knows that taking a holiday is difficult when you have a pet with special needs. Be it a senior cat that doesn’t adjust to change and boarding well, or a family feline with a medical issue (or two!), even taking a long weekend away can seem […]

Traveling overseas with pets

Helping you export your fur family Do you have a great new job overseas? Traveling the world in search of adventure? If you’ve been struck by wanderlust or the need to move to another country, figuring out how to bring your pet along can be a confusing process. Summer Hill Village Vet’s very own Dr […]

Pet Adoption Guide: where to start

Committing to the adoption of a pet is a huge responsibility. As vets, we know how exciting it is to get a new cat or dog, but there are a few questions to ask yourself before bringing home a new furry friend. Picking the right family member: Think about how your pet will fit into […]

Lumps and Bumps: How to Check Your Pet at Home

Did you know that nearly 50% of dogs present with lumps and bumps at their annual health check? Some of the lumps are not of concern, whilst others are an indication of more serious problems. It is so important that lumps are checked early and often, so we want to give you some tips on […]

Older Pets Just Need a Little Help from Their Friends

We love our pets, and it’s been a joy being with them through the years. They are there for you and you’re noticing that perhaps now, perhaps they need a bit of help from you. As pets get older it’s hard for them to tell you what their changing needs are. I always like to […]

My Microchip saved me!

It was a dark and stormy night in mid-August……no, wait, that’s another story. One evening in mid August, not long before closing time, we received a call from a member of the public who had found a stray dog and wanted to bring him down so we could scan him for a microchip and perhaps […]