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Pet Advice

If you need help or advice with behavioral problems, we are here to help

Caring for your Cat

Your cat is a part of your family and that is why we are here to help you provide the best possible care for your furry friend. If your cat needs routine a check-up, vaccination, neutering or if you need help or advice with behavioral problems, we are here to help.

At Forest Veterinary Group, we can provide a full schedule of vaccinations to help protect your feline friend from serious diseases such as cat flu, feline enteritis, feline leukaemia, feline chlamydophila and rabies. Keeping up-to-date records of your cat's vaccinations is an important part of keeping them healthy, happy and active. With the proper care and attention, your cat could live well into its twenties.

However, long before he or she reaches this age there could be significant changes in the metabolism, activity and behaviour of the cat. We can offer expert advice on helping your cat get the most out of life, no matter what stage of life they're at.

Caring for your dog

They're a part of your family, a trusted companion and maybe even your best friend.

We know that you naturally want the best possible care for them. We offer the best possible advice on all aspects of your dog's health and well-being. Vaccinations are an essential part of keeping your dog healthy.

At Forest Veterinary Group we offer the complete range of inoculations for your dog, which includes leptospirosis, distemper, parvovirus and adenovirus, parainfluenza and kennel cough. If you're planning on taking your dog abroad, a rabies vaccination is also essential to avoid lengthy and stressful stays in quarantine.

Fleas, Ticks and Worms

Dogs are liable to pick up all kinds of bugs while they are out on their daily walk. At Forest Veterinary Group, we will offer you the best advice possible on the prevention and treatment of fleas, ticks, worms and other parasites. Get in touch with us, if you have any queries.


There are many medical and behavioural benefits from having your dog neutered; it helps in avoiding unwanted pregnancies and litters. Neutering is safest when carried out in younger animals. However, neutering an adult dog is still possible, with a very slight increase in the risk of post-operative complications. Get in touch with us today to discuss your options or for expert advice.