Latest news from our practice updated regularly helping to keep you informed.

Overton Sheep Fair

Mildmay Vets had a very successful day at The Overton Sheep Fair on 16th July. The sheep fair was originally conceived to celebrate the millennium in 2000 as Overton had been the site for sheep fairs from medieval times until … Continued

Geriatric clinics

As a veterinary hospital we understand how patients need extra care when reaching a certain age. We would like to offer clients a chance to discuss initial age related changes in their animals. We welcome all older patients to book … Continued


We are experiencing a higher level of ticks with the weather becoming warmer and with a new tick present in the UK (Babesiosis) we encourage owners to check their animals for any ticks regularly. Ticks can carry diseases and we … Continued

Is your dog microchipped?

As from 6th April 2016, every dog owner in England will have to microchip their animal. This new compulsory legislation comes under plans intended to reduce strays and owners who do not comply could face fines up to £5,000. Microchipping … Continued

Alabama Rot

What is Alabama Rot? It is a disease caused by damage to blood vessels of the skin and kidneys. It causes tiny clots to form in blood vessels and can lead to damage of the affected tissues. This is seen … Continued

Winter tips

During the winter your pets can be affected by the cold and get ill. To avoid this, walk dogs for less time but more often when temperatures drop, consider putting a dog coat on old dogs or those with thin … Continued

Firework Fear

Top Tips to help your pet cope with Fireworks in November, Christmas and New Year. Dogs Before the event Prepare a den for your dog to hide away. Plug in Adaptil for at least a week before (a natural appeasing … Continued