Pet Insurance

Deciding whether or not you are going to take out pet insurance can be tricky. There is so much to consider and there are so many questions which you won’t have the answers for, and often it’s not until you make a claim that the pitfalls of the policy you have chosen are revealed. Shopping […]

Introduction To Tooth Brushing

Brushing your pet’s teeth can seem like a tough task, but with enough treats, practice, and positive reinforcement, most animals will learn to tolerate it – some even seem to enjoy it! Please download our PDF Guide below for more information and handy tips! Introduction-to-tooth-brushing-1


COVID-19 Update In light of the new guidelines concerning COVID-19 we have had to make the decision to see urgent cases only. We will be maintaining staff in the building to deal with emergencies and we will be able to offer phone consultations where this is appropriate. We are also able to dispense medication however […]

March 2020 is Dental Health Month at Ashley Vets!

Take advantage of our offer and save up to 50% off a scale and polish for your pet and give them a bright, healthy smile and fresher smelling breath! Call us today to book for your pet’s dental treatment or for a free dental health assessment with our veterinary nurse.

Does it really matter if my pet is obese?

Obesity affects both the quality and quantity of life for our pets which means that our pets live a longer, healthier and happier life when they are the correct weight. Being overweight increases the risk of developing serious illnesses; one of the most salient ones being Diabetes mellitus. In addition to this, overweight pets are […]


  It is that time of year again; a lot of our furry friends become very distressed with fireworks. We as humans understand that the loud bangs are for celebrating and won’t do us harm, but these noises can be terrifying for our animals. Recent studies have shown up to 40% of dogs are scared […]

So What Are Supplements for Pets, and Why Do They Matter?

There is a legal definition of pet supplements (they are called ‘nutraceuticals’ in legislation), but essentially they are a food additive that’s marketed as having some kind of beneficial effect on health. They can be combined into pet food (lots of prescription diets make use of these to boost their effectiveness), or used separately as […]