Moments that make us proud
Prince, this is the name that was given to a lost swan that turned up at our doorstep one day. The poor young soul was very confused and walked into the reception area, went through the hall and casually entered our kennel room. This five star, fully air-conditioned hotel had become a home for the night for Prince who was offered food, water and lots of attention. In the morning Emma, the RSPCA officer transferred Prince swan to their facilities and decided that he was ready to be released onto Conningbrook Lake. Emma chose this area because the large angling lake is also home to 18 adult swans and she was confident they would accept him. We hope that Prince will stop ‘swanning about’ and keep out of trouble once settled in his new home.
This was the first sponsored dog walk for Pilgrims Hospices ‘Paws 4 Pilgrims’. It was a great day attracting over 200 dogs and raising in excess of £5000 for the charity. We supported Pilgrims Hospices by helping with fund raising and providing veterinary first aid care for all our four-legged patients.
Ellie and Sophie at our stand
Sophie & Buster
We strongly believe that pet care awareness should be introduced to children as well as their parents. In the practice during a consultation, we have to focus on adult owners more, so our little owners might be missing out. To help them, our head nurse Ellie has become our professional veterinary care messenger in schools. This provides our ‘little owners’ with a fun way of learning and an opportunity to ask questions.
If your cat has hyperthyroidism then he or she is probably having to take tablets every day. We know how stressful this can be for both you and your cat so in order to try and make things easier, we have sourced a new medicine.
This medicine comes in the form of a gel, a small volume of which is applied to the inside of your cat’s ear just once a day. This is a very simple procedure which is easily learned and which most cats will tolerate very well.
We can explain and demonstrate how to apply the gel and you can also watch a short video.
This is Rocky!
Last year Rocky was brought into us by a client who could no longer look after him as her other duck had sadly passed away and Rocky was lonely. One of our nurses kindly took him to her mum’s house, who regularly takes in and rehabilitates injured birds.
Amazingly, Rocky met a girlfriend, and he has recently become a daddy! Below are the latest sneaky snaps taken of his new little family.
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