Grey cat in one of our many consultation rooms at Rouken Glen

Free pet advice and news in Giffnock

As part of our holistic approach to the care of your pet, Richard and the team like to provide regular, preventative, timely and up-to-date pet care advice and practice news for all pet owners in Giffnock. We update these pages at least monthly so it’s always worth checking back to get our latest stories and advice.

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Don’t let your cat overheat


Cats can get heatstroke under certain conditions, so check out the guidelines for prevention from our vet Richard
Caring for an outdoor bunny


Keeping a rabbit outdoors can make for a very healthy, happy pet, but there are some issues which need to be taken into consideration when it comes to their accommodation.
What’s your dog trying to say?


Dogs have many forms of communication which can be confusing. Read our list and their possible meanings.

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Karen’s guide to cat tail movements

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Is your bunny rabbiting on?

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Inappropriate chewing in dogs from Giffnock

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Preparing for your new kitten in Giffnock

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Rabbits kept alone are at high risk of loneliness

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Six tips for a happy bunny from Rouken Glen Vets

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Signs your dog may have heart disease

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