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November 23, 2014 · Comments Off
In order to keep your pet happy and healthy this Christmas, please read our DOs and DON’Ts. DON’T feed your pet left overs from your Christmas meal. Poultry bones can get stuck or cause perforations, and rich food can cause vomiting and diarrhoea. DON’T feed your pets christmas cake or mince pies as rasins (and grapes) are toxic. Some dogs can eat quite a few grapes or rasins without any obvious side effects, others can eat just a few and suffer fatal kidney failure. DON’T feed your pet chocolate, it’s another potential toxin. (For more information see our winter... [Read the full story]
December 7, 2014 · Comments Off
Jane has just been awarded the General Practitioner Certificate in Emergency Medicine & Surgery, from the European School of Veterinary Postgraduate Studies. She had to attend a modular course, complete a range of written reports, along with lots of studying for a final exam. This complements her GP Certificate in Small Animal Surgery that she gained in 2012. She now has quite a collection of letters after her name: Jane Feneley BVetMed MRCVS GPCert(SAS) GPCert(EM&S)! Read More →
November 2, 2014 · Comments Off
We never forget Bonfire night, as it is one of the most memorable dates in our calendar. However for our pets it can be much more of a surprise and a lot less enjoyable. Remember that our pets have much better range of hearing than us, so they may hear more noise than we do. Following some basic rules can help keep your pet happy and safe at firework time. PETS IN THE HOUSE. If you know that there are going to be fireworks nearby, keep your dogs and cats indoors from early evening. Once they are in, shut cat-flaps and external doors. Give your pets some space in a room that they are... [Read the full story]
November 23, 2014 · Comments Off
Introducing Hill’s new REWARD CARDS for both the Vet Essential and Prescription Diet range. For the Vet Essential range the reward card entitles you to £5 off your first bag, and the 6th bag free. For the Prescription Diet range you will be entitled to £5 off your first bag of cat food or £10 off your first bag of dog food, and the 6th bag free. Pick up a reward card at the practice today. We also have a practice loyalty scheme, once you have bought 6 bags of Vet Essentials food, you are entitled to money off other products and services: neutering (dogs – £10, cats- £5), microchips... [Read the full story]
Jane has just been awarded the General Practitioner Certificate in Emergency Medicine & Surgery, from the European School of Veterinary Postgraduate Studies. She had to attend a modular course, complete a range of written reports, along with lots of studying for a final exam. This complements her GP Certificate...[Continue reading: New qualification for Jane.]
A big welcome to Bethany Vardigans, our new trainee veterinary nurse. Bethany has already completed an animal nursing course at Easton college, and will do in-house training with us before starting her formal training next September. She is keen to learn about all aspects of veterinary nursing but is particularly...[Continue reading: Welcome to Bethany!]
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