August 20, 2019

Female cats are usually right-pawed.

After testing 42 cats—21 male and 21 female—psychologists D. Wells and S. Millsopp of Queen’s University Belfast determined that cat’s dominant paw is correlated with gender. For the record: Female cats? Right-pawed.

Cats have more th...

July 16, 2019

Introducing Dr Gemma, one of our newest vet's at Roundwood.

Dr Gemma graduated from Bristol University 4 years ago, having known from the age of 13 or 14 that she wanted to be a vet. She is a welcome and enthusiastic member of our team.

If you have any concerns about you...

July 9, 2019

Dogs noses are wet to help absorb scent chemicals

This amazing dog fact might answer a long-standing question that dog owners have. Why are dogs noses wet? Vetstreet says that the answer is that dog’s noses are wet to help them absorb scent chemicals! Their nose secrete...

June 11, 2019

Introducing Dr Dave Nicol, one of our vet's at Roundwood Vets.Dr Dave is a ball of fun and energy, who cares deeply about the clients and patients at Roundwood Vets. He is strongly driven by his people skills and core values of loyalty, honesty, growth, fun, fairness,...

April 9, 2019

Meet Becky, one of our talented team of vet nurses. Becky is the living embodiment of what a great nurse is all about.

Her passion for caring for animals shines through in her work each day and she brings great energy to the team.

Becky comes from a family where veterin...

April 2, 2019

Introducing Janice, our veterinary nurse care assistant and is one of our team who is training to be a vet nurse and provides a hugely important support role to our qualified nurses. Learn more about why she wanted to be a part of the Roundwood Vets team here.

If you ha...

March 26, 2019

Introducing Dr Hannah Parkin, our fearless team leader at Roundwood Vets.

Actually, far from being fearless and scary, Dr Hannah is deeply caring, takes her time with clients and patients and is one of the reasons why Roundwood Vets are so different to other vets. She l...

March 19, 2019

Have you ever come home and slammed the door, or shouted a few choice words because you’ve had a rubbish day and you just need to let off steam?

Most of us have. Now the impact of stress in humans is recognised as a significant cause of health problems, but what about...

February 21, 2019

We love our cats, and with very good reason. Cats have been scientifically proven to be good for you- they lower the risk of heart disease, their purring helps heal bones, muscles and tendons, AND they increase your pulling power. I could go on!
 
Cats and their ways a...

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