This is Meg, our nurse Lucy’s dog. Here are some photos of her being very well behaved whilst having laser therapy.
She is 9 years old and has been suffering with Osteoarthritis in her front legs for 18 months and Spondylosis in her lumbar spine for 6 months.
Meg has had six sessions of laser therapy now and we are seeing a great improvement.
If your pets are suffering with arthritis, pain or they need wound management and you would like to give laser therapy a try, call the practice to arrange an appointment with a vet.
Can’t put into words just how passionate everyone is about what they do.
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.
Great practice Knowledgeable, caring and friendly.. would recommend to anyone.
Thank you for your support during this difficult time
Chocolate contains a stimulant called theobromine (a bit like caffeine) that is poisonous to dogs
With recent studies showing up to 30% of all British pets are obese, and as we start the new year, it’s time to start thinking about the waistlines of our furry friends