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Pet travel changes

While we’re still in the EU, your pet’s blue pet passport will still be valid. It allows your pet to travel to and from the EU and between different EU countries. What could happen after Brexit with pet travel? There are three potential scenarios for travelling...

*Golden Graham’s Story*

Story kindly shared by Newbury Cat’s Protection GKG Vets in Kingsclere asked us to take in a stray they had called Graham. He was microchipped but it wasn’t registered with any European database. Outside of Europe, Dubai, in Graham’s case, it becomes...

May is feline hypertension month

Hypertension (high blood pressure) is common, particularly in older cats and can result in damage to blood vessels. The blood vessels in the retina of the eye are particularly sensitive to hypertensive or high blood pressure damage, which may result in retinal...

Spring has Sprung

Spring has sprung and just like us finally getting out and about, pets get curious this time of year, which can mean an increase in the number of emergencies we see at GKG Vets. Springtime will bring many hazards for your pets, so be aware. – Spring cleaning If you...

Our improved Pet Health Plans

At GKG Vets we believe that a proactive, preventive approach to your pet’s healthcare is far better than waiting until your pet is vulnerable, ill or suffering to put things right. We want to make responsible pet ownership simple and affordable, which is why we have...