If you’ve been to the practice in the past few months, you’ll know that things are happening more slowly than usual, as we still aren’t seeing clients in the consultation rooms.
To try to deal with the backlog we will be running a one-off vaccination clinic on Sunday 16th August from 9am. Vets Cliff, Gemma & Jason will be ably helped by our team of Animal Care Assistants and Sue on reception.
To ensure this works well we want to keep things straightforward so the day runs smoothly. If your pet’s booster has become overdue AND they seem fit and well, then the vaccination clinic could be perfect for you.
Simply give reception a call during normal hours and they’ll be able to book your pet in – spaces are limited so it’s best to book sooner rather than later.
IMPORTANT – If your pet is due a booster AND you have any concerns about their health, then please make a booster appointment during our normal consulting times Monday to Saturday.
Please note if your pet is unwell on a Sunday then you should phone the practice to speak with the duty nurse or vet.
Ava is now seven months on from her surgery. She is very lively and is behaving like a puppy again!
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