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Get two vaccines for the cost of a booster

If your pet has missed their annual vaccination, they could be vulnerable to serious diseases. But don’t worry because we can help you get up to date with our Vaccine Amnesty running throughout June and July. For a limited period, get our full course of two vaccines for the price of just one booster. Plus receive… FREE health check…


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

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  • Meet Fergus
    Fergus is a 10 week old Black Labrador x Golden Retriever and he has a new home with one of our nurses, Jess.
    As he's now part of our family, we'll be seeing a lot of him at the vets....... And now via the magic of Facebook, you can follow Fergus as he grows from a little puppy into a big strong dog.

  • We hope you, like us, are all enjoying the fabulous sunshine! So to help make sure our furry friends can enjoy it safely too, we've got some tips to keep your beloved pets safe as the temperatures rise :)

    Pets don't cope as well as us in warm weather, so make sure they are kept in the shade with plenty of fresh drinking water.
    Hot road surfaces can burn paws, so walk your dogs in the early morning or late evening when it's cooler and keep their walks short.
    Know the signs of heatstroke such as excessive panting, extreme salivation and distress and call your vet for advice if you see these symptoms.
    And remember, NEVER LEAVE YOUR PET IN A CAR, even if the windows are open as temperatures can soar dangerously in minutes.

    Let's make sure our furry friends are safe this summer, so please share with your pet loving friends too!

  • Help find my owner
    Found near Anthony gell school hiding in a dip in the road! She is very frightened and lady was worried she would get run over, young female with silver sparkly collar.