If your pet has eaten or has come in to contact with anything potentially harmful to them, before bringing them to the vets you can now call the Animal Poison Line on 01202 509000 for advice.
There is a charge of £20 for the call and is a 24 hour service.
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Can’t put into words just how passionate everyone is about what they do.
Great practice – Knowledgeable, caring and friendly.. would recommend to anyone.
From an out of hours case on a busy evening our Socks was rushed in, given lifesaving surgery and wouldn’t be here now if they hadn’t gone the extra mile!
Not once , but a number of times!! We were never rushed. They spoke honestly openly and compassionately keeping us updated every step of the way.
And let’s not forget the nurses and reception staff who support and compliment the whole team.
We realise this is a worrying time for all our clients, and we ask that you help us to reduce the risk to our visitors and the practice so that we can continue to care for your pets. • Please note that all of our puppy parties and any other meetings at the the...
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