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Barrow Hill Vets Hythe

Barrow Hill Vets Hythe Barrow Hill Vets in Hythe is here to offer you and your pet's a caring, professional veterinary service. We are part of the Barrow Hill Veterinary Group which has a centre in Ashford and a branch in New Romney.

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04/07/2022

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Lungworm in dogs! Lungworm is a particularly nasty type of parasitic worm that can be serious – even fatal – if left unt...
01/07/2022

Lungworm in dogs! Lungworm is a particularly nasty type of parasitic worm that can be serious – even fatal – if left untreated. Unlike many other types of worms your dog is at risk of, lungworm isn’t passed from dog to dog. Instead, slugs and snails are hosts, passing on to unsuspecting pets, and infects dogs when they eat them while out walking or playing. Lungworm prevention is part of our Pet Health Club membership. Read more here: https://www.myfamilyvets.co.uk/lungworm-in-dogs. If you are unsure if you are getting lungworm treatment for your dog, speak to us!

Neospora Caninum is a parasite that can infect cattle, sheep, goats and camelids. Neospora is the most commonly diagnose...
29/06/2022

Neospora Caninum is a parasite that can infect cattle, sheep, goats and camelids. Neospora is the most commonly diagnosed cause of bovine abortion or stillbirths in the UK, and its prevalence is growing worldwide. Farm animals are at risk from infected dog faeces. Please be mindful of other animals and clean up after your dog when walking in the countryside.

Did you know you could be saving £127 a year on your rabbit’s routine healthcare? The Pet Health Club is a preventative ...
28/06/2022

Did you know you could be saving £127 a year on your rabbit’s routine healthcare? The Pet Health Club is a preventative healthcare plan that includes everything you need to keep your pet healthy and happy! ✅ Annual vaccinations ✅ Flystrike prevention ✅ Six-month health checks ✅ 20% off neutering ✅ Nail clipping... plus, a whole lot more! Join today: https://bit.ly/PracticePetHealthClub

It's Rabbit Awareness Week. Rabbits make great pets for families and those with busy lives. They’re docile, sociable, an...
27/06/2022

It's Rabbit Awareness Week. Rabbits make great pets for families and those with busy lives. They’re docile, sociable, and can be trained to use a litter tray. And, of course, they’re super cute!

For that reason, it’s easy to be seduced into buying a rabbit without thinking through your decision. Because it’s always better to make an informed decision before you welcome a new pet to your home, here are some of the things you need to know before buying a rabbit. https://www.myfamilyvets.co.uk/is-a-rabbit-the-right-pet-for-me

24/06/2022

It's bring your dog to work day! Share a picture below...

22/06/2022

Although rabbits originate from the western Mediterranean, they’re not actually used to spending too much time in the red-hot sun. This is because in the wild, rabbits hide out in deep burrows where it’s cool and shaded. Hot summer days can prove dangerous to our bunnies. Here are our 5 summer tips for rabbit owners . . . https://www.myfamilyvets.co.uk/5-summer-tips-for-rabbit-owners

Don’t let flystrike be an issue this summer! Get flystrike prevention for your bunny with the Pet Health Club! Not sure ...
20/06/2022

Don’t let flystrike be an issue this summer! Get flystrike prevention for your bunny with the Pet Health Club! Not sure what flystrike is? It’s a serious condition that can be fatal to rabbits. It happens as a result of flies laying their eggs on a rabbit’s fur. Flies do this when the fur is dirty or damp, and it’s usually the fur around the rabbit’s bottom that is affected. The eggs hatch into maggots and these maggots eat away at the rabbit’s skin, which can lead to severe infection and in some cases, death. It’s preventable with regular treatment and ensuring your rabbit’s hutch is clean and their bottom is clean! https://bit.ly/PracticePetHealthClub

Happy Father's Day!
19/06/2022

Happy Father's Day!

How's your knowledge of fleas? People often think if you can't see fleas on your pet, then there's no need to worry. How...
13/06/2022

How's your knowledge of fleas? People often think if you can't see fleas on your pet, then there's no need to worry. However, this is not often the case. Fleas jump so quickly that it can be impossible to see them on your pet and often owners will only know if they notice flea dirt on their pet (🤢). When you see fleas on your pet, it's normally because the parasite treatment you've given them has started to work and they've slowed down. This is why giving regular flea treatment is important, to keep those pesky parasites off our floofy pets. Pet Health Club has got you covered, with year-round protection for fleas, ticks, worms and any other icky parasites that may be lurking in your area. https://bit.ly/PracticePetHealthClub

06/06/2022

PURINA® PRO PLAN® EXPERT CARE NUTRITION DENTAL CARE is a daily dental stick for your dog that works through an effective cleaning action. They are scientifically proven to help reduce tartar build up. Shop today at @myfamilyvets: https://bit.ly/36AtCxM

Did you know Pet Health Club members get flea, tick and worm treatment tailored to their pet’s lifestyle? Not only this,...
03/06/2022

Did you know Pet Health Club members get flea, tick and worm treatment tailored to their pet’s lifestyle? Not only this, but the products we use are prescription only and can’t be purchased over the counter. Find out more about the Pet Health Club, here: https://bit.ly/PracticePetHealthClub

02/06/2022

Happy Bank Holiday! Got any plans with your pet? Let us know and share a photo in the comments...

We're celebrating World Veterinary Day today! Thank you to all our colleagues around the world!
30/04/2022

We're celebrating World Veterinary Day today! Thank you to all our colleagues around the world!

It's International Guide Dog Day! We're so grateful to our furry friends!
27/04/2022

It's International Guide Dog Day! We're so grateful to our furry friends!

Get Proactive. Not Reactive! Find out more and join the Pet Health Club today . . . https://bit.ly/38765oo
24/04/2022

Get Proactive. Not Reactive! Find out more and join the Pet Health Club today . . . https://bit.ly/38765oo

Happy St George's Day!
23/04/2022

Happy St George's Day!

Happy Easter
15/04/2022

Happy Easter

06/04/2022

Lungworm. The facts:

Get Proactive. Not Reactive! Find out more and join the Pet Health Club today . . . https://bit.ly/38765oo
29/03/2022

Get Proactive. Not Reactive! Find out more and join the Pet Health Club today . . . https://bit.ly/38765oo

Happy Mother's Day
27/03/2022

Happy Mother's Day

Clocks go forward today!
27/03/2022

Clocks go forward today!

HAPPY PUPPY DAY - Show us your puppy pics in the comments below . . .
23/03/2022

HAPPY PUPPY DAY - Show us your puppy pics in the comments below . . .

It's Guinea Pig Awareness Week. Guinea pigs are gentle and fun by nature, which makes them good companions for children ...
21/03/2022

It's Guinea Pig Awareness Week. Guinea pigs are gentle and fun by nature, which makes them good companions for children and adults. They can live for up to seven years, so be sure you’re ready for a medium-term commitment if you decide to buy a guinea pig. They should also have a companion so, bear that in mind.

Happy St Patrick's Day
17/03/2022

Happy St Patrick's Day

Lily poisoning in cats. The facts:
11/03/2022

Lily poisoning in cats. The facts:

Happy International Women's Day!
08/03/2022

Happy International Women's Day!

Daffodil poisoning in cats and dogs. The facts:
07/03/2022

Daffodil poisoning in cats and dogs. The facts:

01/03/2022

Dydd Gŵyl Dewi Hapus! Happy St David's Day! Are you celebrating today?

01/03/2022

IT'S PANCAKE DAY! How excited are you?!

25/02/2022

Get Proactive. Not Reactive! Find out more and join the Pet Health Club today... https://bit.ly/38765oo

22/02/2022

Your dog’s annual injections include vaccination against parvo, so it’s vital to keep these up to protect your pet against this serious infection. Puppies can be vaccinated against canine parvovirus from around six weeks old. As well as protecting your dog or puppy against this nasty and potentially serious disease, regular vaccination is required by kennels and pet insurers as a condition of cover. Read our article to find out more . . . https://www.myfamilyvets.co.uk/common-questions-about-puppy-vaccinations

We think every day should be Love Your Pet Day! Share a pic of your pet in the comments below.
20/02/2022

We think every day should be Love Your Pet Day! Share a pic of your pet in the comments below.

14/02/2022

Happy Valentine's Day to all our wonderful pet owners!

If you're lucky enough to receive any Valentine's Day chocolate tomorrow, be sure to keep it away from little paws. For ...
13/02/2022

If you're lucky enough to receive any Valentine's Day chocolate tomorrow, be sure to keep it away from little paws. For more advice, visit https://www.myfamilyvets.co.uk

Fashion or function? Luckily it’s easy to achieve both when it comes to keeping dogs warm during winter walks. Some dog ...
10/02/2022

Fashion or function? Luckily it’s easy to achieve both when it comes to keeping dogs warm during winter walks. Some dog breeds feel the cold more than others, especially those with a short coat. It can be beneficial for some dogs to wear a dog coat outside in the colder months. We’d love you to send us a photo of your dog wearing their winter coat in the comments section below, or contact the practice for advice.

08/02/2022

When walking your dog in the dark, make sure that both you and your dog are visible to others. For owners, this means avoiding dark clothing and wearing reflective safety gear such as a vest, strap or wristband. There are several options for keeping your dog visible in the dark, such as a reflective dog jacket, collar, lead, harness or even an LED light-up safety necklace. Dogs with darker fur are more difficult to see in the dark. However, even if you have a lighter coloured dog, you should make sure your dog can be seen in the dark.

How cold is too cold?
05/02/2022

How cold is too cold?

03/02/2022

Reply with your favourite day of the year and why it's Golden Retriever Day!

Oidhche Bhlas Burns! (Happy Burns Night)
25/01/2022

Oidhche Bhlas Burns! (Happy Burns Night)

24/01/2022

** NOTICE**
Due to staff illness, we will unfortunately be closed this Saturday 29th January.
Please call our Ashford branch in case of emergency on 01233 624687

Dental care is very important in cats and they require regular dental care to prevent the build-up of plaque. We recomme...
24/01/2022

Dental care is very important in cats and they require regular dental care to prevent the build-up of plaque. We recommend brushing your cat's teeth 2-3 times a week. Watch our video guide on how to brush your cat's teeth.
Brushing your cat's teeth can be quite tricky, as some cats may not allow you near their mouth. But if it is possible, it can help minimise issues as they get older. https://www.myfamilyvets.co.uk/how-to-brush-your-cats-teeth

Where's your favourite winter walk? Share a photo . . .
22/01/2022

Where's your favourite winter walk? Share a photo . . .

19/01/2022

Who else is looking forward to more sunshine?!

Address

2 Fort Road
Hythe
CT21 6JS

Opening Hours

Monday 8:30am - 7pm
Tuesday 8:30am - 6pm
Wednesday 8:30am - 6pm
Thursday 8:30am - 6pm
Friday 8:30am - 6pm
Saturday 8:30am - 11am

Telephone

+441303269000

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Found: Female tortoiseshell and white cat - not microchipped. Has been seen at Homepeak House, Bartholomew Street, Hythe, CT21 5BB for the past 2 weeks. Can anyone provide any information please?
This is Dora She’s a large grey and white female, chipped! 2.5 years old Missing since January, from marine avenue Dymchurch.. There is a REWARD for her safe return.. She could be anywhere so if you’ve seen a cat that looks like her or have any information please message me alternately you can call me on 07568564753 Please share far and wide, hoping the power of Facebook and all you amazing people can help a broken family get their fur baby back 😔 Thank you all 🙏🏻
Missing from Saltwood
https://www.facebook.com/saffronsagefield/ If you have a dog(s)that can't be let off the lead for any reason our field is secure and safe.
Collected aces ashes this morning, with a a card and a beautiful message inside. Thank you so much X
Hello. Can you please let me know if you're open on 28th May, Monday, bank holiday? I have a poorly hen who needs an appointment if possible.
MISSING!!! Nico, fluffy black/brown male, missing from light railway area of Hythe since Sat eve. Has reflective yellow collar and is microchipped. Very unlike him to stay out this long. Please check sheds/garages etc. Extremely worried about him 🙁 ###
Thanks to all of you for the lovely hand written card in sympathy for the loss of my beloved Labrador,Bruno Buckingham.
We lost charlie (davis) on Tuesday. I'd like to thank you all for your care of him since he was a puppy. I especially would like to thank you for sending his medical records to our temporary vets in derbyshire so quickly.