Regular, free pet care news & advice
Read on for a host of preventative pet care news and advice that’s free & updated monthly. In the articles below you’ll find seasonal tips & information on how to keep your pet healthy and happy. If you’d like us to email you whenever we update the news then simply sign up below.
You might also like to read our factsheets on cat and dog behaviour, and how to care for your rabbit:
Don’t forget that if you have a specific query you can always contact our vets or nursing team.
Changes to our out of hours emergency pet care service
So that we can continue to provide the very best care during the day when you need us most, we’ve partnered with Vets Now.
Hutch and cage cleaning tips for small furry pets
Wildbore Vetstop’s nurses say cleaning pet hutches and cages regularly is important for hygiene, and your pet’s happiness.
Coat care for cats in Nottinghamshire this winter
The colder months can cause havoc for your feline friend’s fur. Learn about winter coat care for cats with advice from our team.
20 most popular dogs breeds of 2020
Last year’s top dog breed may surprise you. Wildbore Vetstop’s nursing team thinks it’s an excellent choice.
5 top dog new year’s resolutions
Wildbore Vetstop shares their top 5 new year’s resolutions you should make on your dog’s behalf for a happier and healthier 2021.
Make positive changes for you and your cat for 2021
Head nurse Claudine Sparke has some ideas for new year’s resolutions you can make for you and your cat this month.
Hanna shares 7 wild ways to exercise your rabbit
Exercising your rabbit is easy when you know how. Our head vet explains how to incorporate some wild antics into your pet’s routine.
Cat toys and other Christmas gift ideas
Cats are family, so here’s Wildbore Vetstop’s Christmas gift list of cat toys and other inspirational gifts.
Preparing your home for a small mammal friendly Christmas
Our Christmas guide to small furry care. Wildbore Vetstop’s top tips to prepare the house for the littlest ones.
Diet treats for dogs in Wildbore Vetstop
You don’t have to make a special effort to find treats that are good for your dog…just check in the fridge.