We have also been delaying most annual boosters to reduce the need for people to travel. Whilst this is a good thing in the short term, we don’t wish to create a situation where pets become more at-risk by delaying too long.
For this reason, we have started a limited number of booster consults for dogs and cats whose vaccination is approaching 3 months or more overdue. If you feel your pet is in this category then please call to discuss.
Please note – If your pets’ vaccinations become more than 6 months overdue then a vaccination course may be recommended which will mean 2 trips to the practice (which we want to try and avoid).
If you have a pet rabbit then we are approaching the highest risk time of year for RHD & Myxomatosis so these vaccinations should not be delayed.
This means we are now doing most routine procedures again including vaccinations and neutering
From Monday 22nd June, clients can enter the building for these specific purposes:
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