Latest news from our practice updated regularly helping to keep you informed.

Firework season is coming

From October through to the New Year, fireworks will be going off. Although great to watch, firework season can be a very stressful and frightening time for many of our pets. Preparing in advance before fireworks start can make a … Continued

Is your dog summer ready?

It’s the best time of year to be out and about, enjoying all that the season has to offer. Here are our top tips to ensure your furry companion stays safe and happy this summer: Is your dog protected from … Continued

Neutering special offer

Did you know that neutering your pet can give them a happier, healthier life? It’s that time of year when Spring fever is in the air. This also means our cats, dogs and rabbits go into mating mode. Neutering your … Continued

Free weight checks for your pets

At Cromlyn House Veterinary Hospital, our goal is to help you keep your pets happy and healthy. This is why we’re offering your pet a FREE weight check between 9thJanuary to 31st March. The dangers of obesity The two main causes of … Continued

Cat spaying and neutering

Recent research has revealed that the UK could be set for a population explosion of cats after more than 850,000 felines had unplanned pregnancies last year. These unplanned litters could add up to as many as 4.3 million potentially unwanted kittens. … Continued

A tail of two kitties

August 2016 The next stage in Rosie and Mini’s life was meeting their new family of other animals. Vet Kathryn has several dogs and cats already so this meant that slow introductions had to be made. As the other animals … Continued


Helen Turtle, Nursing Auxiliary My career background has always been in a nursing home environment working with the elderly and I thoroughly enjoyed it but I have always had a love of animals from a young age. My cat Pancakes, … Continued

Braveheart July 2016 – Max

Braveheart Max presented to us as an emergency because his eye had suddenly become very swollen. On examination it was clear that the situation was very serious. Max has a specific shape of face that many breeds such as the pug … Continued

Don’t ignore that lump!

One of the “golden rules” of veterinary practice is that early detection of problems will generally give us a much better chance of sorting things out. The regular health examinations we give your pet are a key part of the … Continued