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In light of the current COVID-19 situation, we have pulled together a list of the frequently asked questions.
We are focusing our efforts on the pets in urgent need of our care and are only physically open for urgent and emergency cases.
With March 20, being International Day of Happiness, we thought we’d highlight the importance that our furry friends play in our lives.
We remain committed to delivering exceptional care to your pet, while doing our part to reduce the spread of respiratory illness (in particular, COVID-19 coronavirus), including careful monitoring of the health and wellbeing of our staff.
We know price changes are never welcome, which is why we haven’t altered the cost of our PHC membership for several years but from March 1 we will be increasing the monthly fee for all subscribers.
Cheque for £1,682.17 presented to the Oak and Furrows Wildlife Rescue Centre and The Blue Cross is announced as our 2020 Charity.
The Eastcott Referral team were called in to treat Bella who broke her jaw when she fell from a cliff when a coastal walk went very wrong.
Dog owners are advised to familiarise themselves with the symptoms of Albama Rot following a slight increase in the number of cases confirmed.
What is BOAS and how can it be treated. If you have a breed such as a Pug, Boston Terrier, French Bulldog or a Brachycephalic (flat nosed) breed, could they be suffering from BOAS? Read our comprehensive guide to BOAS and how it can be treated.