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Veterinary Nursing Awareness Month

May is Veterinary Nursing Awareness Month and to support this we will be holding an open evening at our Ashbourne Practice at 7pm on 20th May. You’ll be able to meet and chat to some of our own nurses, listen to a talk about ‘a day in the life of a veterinary nurse’ and we’ll be able…

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Our new Recommend a Friend rewards scheme

Let us say thank you! We’ve introduced our new ‘recommend a friend’ scheme so we can say thank you to our clients who spread the word and encourage their friends or relatives to experience the exceptional care we can provide for their pets too! How does it work? It’s simple! For every new client you…


Parasites… what’s in and on your pet?

Come and join us at 7pm on 25th March 2015 so we can explain how parasites may affect your pet and what we can do to get rid of them! We’ll also welcome you with a tour of our new practice and some light refreshments


Come and join us at our open day this Sunday 21st September

We are having a open day this Sunday 11-4pm where there is entertainment for the kids, competitions, behind the scene tours, teddy bear clinics and much more! We look forward to seeing you there, to enjoy the official opening of our new premises on Clifton Road.

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We’re Moving

The time has finally come………….and we are moving our current Ashbourne Surgery from the Market Place to our brand new practice at Clifton Road (just over the roundabout from the Waterside Retail Park) this Saturday 30th and Sunday 31st August 2014. Due to our move the Ashbourne Surgery will be closed this weekend but we…


Free Microchipping For Dogs

From the 1st April 2014 through to 31st March 2015, in association with the Dogs Trust, we will be offering free microchipping to all dogs. Microchipping will soon be compulsory for all dogs in England, with the change in law being effective from 6th April 2016. Owners who do not comply with this could face…

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  • Meet Justine......
    Justine came to practice over 14years ago as a registered veterinary nurse. She is now deputy head nurse of our Ashbourne practice. She deals mainly with small animals and has acquired a certificate in rabbit nursing.

  • Happy ending.....
    This little guy has been missing for 8 months! Thank you to everyone who commented and posted, he's now reunited with his owner at last👍😊

  • Meet Cheryl.......
    Cheryl became a Registered Veterinary Nurse 2 years ago after training with ourselves. As well as being a small animal nurse, Cheryl does some large animal work along side the vets within practice and visits some of our farms.