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PETS


SMALL ANIMALS


• Don’t leave hutches and runs in direct sunlight. Make sure they are in a shady, covered area and that the roof is solid.


• Leave fresh water daily and try filling a jar with ice cubes to let your rabbit or guinea pig cool off against.


BIRDS: • Keep hen houses ventilated


with wire meshing and don’t put bird cages near windows.


• Chickens will appreciate a dust bath for the chance to get clean and make sure you treat them for red mite early to prevent bald patches which can be susceptible to sunburn.


HORSES • Apply fly guard to prevent


midges biting and always keep plenty of fresh water in the field.


• In the summer there will be more horses on the roads so be mindful of us riders. Keep your distance, don’t rev your engine or sound your horn. Most drivers are unaware of the dangers they may cause to both horse and rider.


Learn to ride with…


ROCKLEY EQUESTRIAN CENTRE


Children’s Holiday Activities including Pony Days & Pony Parties


Let us bring our ponies to your house starting from just £120


• Hacks • Private & Group Lessons


• Fully Licensed & Insured • Well schooled Horses & Ponies • All Ages & Abilities Welcome • Horses Bought & Sold


Tel: 01226 299 969 Mob: 07956 307 529


ROCKLEY EQUESTRIAN CENTRE, Round Green Lodge, Rockley Lane, Worsborough, Barnsley S75 3DS


Do you want to make your beloved pet’s final journey a peaceful one?


A caring home euthanasia service allows them to relax in their loving surroundings with familiar sights, smells and family around. Minimises their stress while ensuring your privacy and comfort are maintained.


I bring a warm and gentle approach during this difficult moment, allowing you and your family the time they need to say their goodbyes.


Rob Haselgrove BVSc MRCVS


Veterinary Surgeon


To ensure the passing of your pet is peaceful and pain free, contact Rob to discuss how he can help.


Tel. 07866243673 Email. petsatrestvet@gmail.com www.petsatrestvet.com


A caring and supportive home euthanasia option for your companion


A T S


ALL ANIMALS • Never ever leave your pet


unattended in a car, caravan or conservatory..


• Look out for the signs of over- heating which include excess panting and salivation, unusual tiredness, rapid breathing and collapse.


Saying goodbye to your pet with dignity, compassion and care


24/7 Bespoke pet cremation service


in our homely barn conversion that’s been in our family for over 200 years From a mini companion to an extra large dog


Collection service


Using baskets and blankets, not bags in our specially designed vehicles Chapel of rest


Spend private time with your loved ones saying a final goodbye in a peaceful environment with your own music should you so desire


Receive 100% of your pets ashes


We attempt to turn around in 72 hours, standard package includes all of the above with the choice of scatter tube or bamboo pillow


Bespoke memorials


Products including urns, caskets, keepsakes, jewellery and artwork


Set in open farmlands


Take some time to walk and think amongst our loving, free roaming animals


Old Flatts Farm, Flatts Lane, Treeton S60 5QZ


Tel: 07971 255 346


www.oldflattsfarm.co.uk See our wall of remembrance online Follow us on Facebook / Twitter


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