Here's hoping that all the training pays off!
800 Km in 4 days is going to be a massive challenge, and risks an extremely sore tail end!
but it's for a great cause . . . . . . .
"PROPS believe that all young people in our community should have the opportunity to lead fulfilling and participative lives, on both a social, and a professional level, regardless of any cognitive or physical disabilities... Read more >
As of today 13/04/17, the requirement to keep poultry housed or completely enclosed in netting will be lifted.
This news does not mean that the risk of Bird Flu in the UK has gone for good!
The seasonal reduction of migrating birds, particularly wetland species, results in a lower risk to domesticated birds... Read more >
7th December 2016
Avian Influenza, more commonly known as bird flu, mainly affects birds. It can also affect humans and other mammals though the risk is much, much less in the current situation.
Due to the presence of avian flu in mainland Europe, the UK has been declared a protection zone.
Keepers of poultry and other captive birds are now required to keep their birds indoors, or take appropriate steps to keep them separate from wild birds... Read more >
20th October 2016
It was wonderful to see so many clients and friends at Weston Park horse trials last weekend- competing,spectating or just enjoying the beautiful setting and glorious sunshine.
Vet, Ken joined the veterinary team over the weekend and is pictured here with colleagues, Ellen Singer from Leahurst , Simon Woods from Shropshire,and honorary vet, Bart the beagle... Read more >
19th October 2016
It is some weeks since we first met, Ted - a tiny Staffordshire Bull Terrier puppy who was probably rather younger than was stated when he was purchased.
On his first visit to the practice, he was identified with a serious heart abnormality and a very short life expectancy was advised to his owners... Read more >