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Easter Opening Hours

16/03/2022

Whether you’re planning a weekend break or a few days at home, we will be here over the Easter weekend should you need us; however, our opening hours will vary from our usual times. Please familiarise yourself with our opening times over the Bank Holiday weekend. 15.04.2022 – Good Friday – Open 24 hours (Village… Read more »

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The role of a Registered Veterinary Nurse

16/03/2022

Ask most veterinary practices and they will tell you that their Registered Veterinary Nurses (RVNs) are at the very heart of everything they do. Such is the respect for RVNs that a whole month is dedicated to celebrating their roles – Veterinary Nurse Awareness Month takes place every May and is recognised worldwide. Whilst the… Read more »

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The role of a veterinary surgeon

15/03/2022

Veterinary surgeons (commonly known as vets) serve the healthcare needs of animals. Once qualified as a vet, there are many roles such as teaching, research, government and clinical work. Clinical vets can work with farm animals, zoo animals, horses, laboratory animals, pets or a mixture. It is an incredibly diverse and challenging job. The majority… Read more »

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The importance of vaccinations

09/01/2022

Let’s look at why annual visits are important for your pet.  My pet only had its primary vaccines, is that okay? It is a misunderstanding amongst some pet owners, that following the vaccination, pets are protected against diseases for the rest of their lives. Unfortunately, that isn’t the case and can cause the expense of… Read more »

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Calling all cats aged seven or above! 

01/01/2022

Learn more about feline hypertension and book a blood pressure check today… What is feline hypertension? Feline hypertension, also known as high blood pressure, commonly affects cats aged seven years or older. As your cat ages, the risk of developing hypertension increases. Hypertension can often go undetected until it is too late; that is why… Read more »

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Christmas Hazards

04/11/2021

We wish you and your pets a very happy festive period. With lots to think about it can be easy to forget the risks that are associated with Christmas and our pets. Most of the risks are present all year round, however, we do see an increase in pets eating hazards materials or foods. Our… Read more »

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