As of Monday 8th June, we have reinstated our normal opening hours after 11 weeks of lockdown. This is a very welcome return of some normality to the practice though we aren’t allowing clients into the building as yet.
We have also welcomed back 2 more furloughed members of our team (vet Elaine and Jenny on reception), and are pleased to welcome our new receptionist Sam, who has been waiting in the wings to start with us.
We are also pleased to have recently welcomed our newest vet Lauren Furey, who has “hit the ground running” and is doing a fabulous job for our clients and their pets.
Along with the longer opening hours, we have now fully resumed doing routine boosters and vaccination courses. We’d like to thank our clients for their patience as we had to delay boosters during the early days of lockdown, but will now be working in earnest to get everyone back up to date and fully protected again.
Please note that every vaccination consult includes a clinical examination by the vet and even a nail clip if needed.
We are also pleased to say that routine dentistry and neutering have also been restarted including keyhole bitch spays which are a great option for most dogs over 5 kg in body weight. Please call to discuss this exciting option.
Finally, our clinic nurses have started to do routine nail clipping and anal glands for animals in need, as well as therapeutic laser treatment for all sorts of ailments.
We look forward to welcoming you to the practice very soon.
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