How owning a pet can be good for your mental health

It’s Mental Health Awareness Week here in the UK, so we wanted to explore the connection between pet ownership and mental health. Thankfully, in more recent times, the conversation about mental health is more open and honest than ever. Members of the Royal family have spoken out about their own mental health issues and act…

Senior Nurse scoops Veterinary Times Award

It is not unusual for the Kentdale team to go above and beyond – but it is lovely when one of our team members gets recognised for it. That was the case at the end of last year when our Senior Nurse, Emma Dever, was the winner of the Veterinary Times’ ‘Above and Beyond’ award!…

Interesting Case of the Week – Jeff’s Story

Interesting Case of the Week – Jeff’s Story

    Jeff, a two-year-old Domestic Short Haired cat, was brought to Kentdale Referrals after being found in the yard, not being able to bear any weight on his left hind limb. A radiograph revealed a break of his thigh bone (femur), suffered most likely, as a result of a traumatic event. The operation to…

Kentdale Vets COVID-19 Update April 1st

As the COVID-19 situation evolves, we are continually reviewing the resources we have available and the provision of services which are of most need to our clients and their pets. Based on the latest government advice and professional guidance from the RCVS we are physically open and accepting urgent and emergency referral cases only. If…

Kentdale Referrals COVID-19 Update

Kentdale Referrals COVID-19 Update

At Kendale Referrals, the health, safety and wellbeing of our patients, our staff and our community is our number-one priority. We remain committed to delivering exceptional care to your pet, while doing our part to reduce the spread of respiratory illness (in particular, COVID-19 coronavirus), including careful monitoring of the health and wellbeing of our…

Act now if taking pets abroad after Brexit

Act now if taking pets abroad after Brexit

We’re advising pet owners they have until the end of the month to act if they intend to travel to the European Union (EU) with their furry friend from the end of March. Currently, dogs, cats and ferrets can travel anywhere in the EU as long as they have a pet passport, which sees owners…