COVID Second Wave Lockdown

We will be open through this lockdown in the way we have been over recent months, so that animals can be treated and cared for as usual whilst protecting their people and our staff from transmission of the disease. Consultations will continue to be distanced and outside, and animals will be taken inside by members of staff. Please ring the surgery for more information.

Sarah's blog - October 2019

The grading of heart murmurs can be a source of confusion - it's logical that a grade 4 sounds worse than a grade 2 but is that always the case? Read our latest blog to find out more. Published on: 30th October 2019
Most sensible dogs don't like vets. So what happens if you are a vet's dog? At last I have a forum to vent my angst and share how I get revenge. Published on: 14th October 2019
Cats have a reputation for being aloof and independent. But a recent study of the way domestic cats respond to their owners suggests that the depth of their human attachments have been underestimated. This resonates with our observations that cats are much more relaxed during consultations if their owners are present. Published on: 4th October 2019