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.
Ava is now seven months on from her surgery. She is very lively and is behaving like a puppy again!
On 1st September 2023 our regulatory body, the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS), introduced new guidance on the prescribing of certain veterinary medicines
Vet Cliff Maw performed a superficial digital flexor tenotomy on Sidney the Whippet