You may well have seen our bus shelter poster which has been visible in various bus stops in Bicester over the past few years.
The photo features our very own Head Nurse, Louise Hughes holding a dear little puppy named Lil who was just 4 days old at the time.
Lil belongs to long term client and friend of Bicester Vets, Marcia Reading, who happened to bring in Dottie the lurcher and her litter of puppies on the very same day that we had a professional photographer in to take some photos.
What a fabulous collection of shots they got!
Dottie and her puppies have been looked after primarily by popular Vet Palli who has been with Bicester Vets for many years and has developed quite a following amongst our clients. Dottie’s pups are currently 5 and a half years old and as you can see, they are full of beans and lots of fun.
Mrs Reading & nurse Louise are joined in the photos below by Lil, Pip & Captain Jack Sparrow who lives next door.
Dotty the mother is now 9 yrs old and she still gets to spend plenty of time with her 3 pups but I’m sure she enjoys a bit of pup-free quiet downtime as well.
Thanks again to Mrs Reading and her neighbour for helping us to revisit our photo-shoot of 5 yrs ago. It’s fabulous to see the change in the pups and so nice that they are still all together.
I have used Bicester vets for years and have found both staff and vets just wonderful. Reception staff are always helpful and caring. As for the vets and their patience and dedication, along with a welcome smile and sensitive manner, Bicester vets is just amazing and I would happily recommend them to anyone wishing for a caring and compassionate approach.
They are always willing to explain things thoroughly and where options for treatment are available for your pet, this too is explained in detail. I don’t have a car and my cat who gets very stressed being put in a cat carrier I request a home visit whenever she has been unwell – They never question this, nor make you feel guilty for asking for one, and this is invaluable to me.
Excellent team of vets!Jill
Vet Helen Walton-Collett has recently completed an extra qualification in small animal ophthalmology
Concerns have been raised about Alabama rot disease in dogs being picked up in muddy and wooded areas
We have been making a significant effort to ensure your pet’s visit to Bicester Vets is as enjoyable as possible