🐱Cats can be very stressed and anxious when they come to the vets and fears can be heightened if they are placed next to or share space with other animals. We now have a special cat waiting area in our reception! There are special stands you can use for your cat boxes as being high up helps reduce stress in cats... Read more >
Outside of the consulting room, most of the attention and medical care your pet receives is at the hands of a registered veterinary nurse (RVN). Each May, we celebrate the role of the RVN, giving us an opportunity to talk about all the things that they do.
RVNs have undertaken a thorough training programme, sat multiple strenuous examinations, are subject to Code of Conduct and continue to study throughout their careers... Read more >
We are increadibly proud to announce that we have been acknowledged - once again - as an RCVS accredited practice after our recent hospital inspection.
Alongside this, we have been awarded FOUR awards as part of the RCVS Practice Standards Scheme! We are outstanding in... patient consultation, inpatient service, diagnostic service and emergency and critical care service... Read more >
For those of you who spotted, one of our senior nurses, Lucy, has been growing a little team member and left us (only briefly!) at the beginning of February to start her maternity leave.
We are thrilled to let you all know that her beautiful baby boy - Arlo Arthur Plant - arrived into the world on the 21st February and everyone is doing well!
HUGE congratulations to Lucy and Darren!
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Following the extensive media coverage recently regarding the diagnosis of equine influenza in the racing community, the Animal Health Trust has advised that horses should be vaccinated for flu every 6 months. This means that any horse that received a flu vaccine more than 6 months ago is advised to be vaccinated again... Read more >