May Bank Holiday Opening

May Bank Holiday Opening

We have a vet and nurse on call 24 hours a day, 365 days a year for any urgent calls, but if your call is not an emergency our Dorchester and Weymouth...

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0ur new vet

0ur new vet

We are very excited to be welcoming a new vet to the team.  Pablo Vila has just joined us from Maidenhead.  Unfortunately we don't have ...

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slug bait poisoning

slug bait poisoning

Nobody with a garden likes slugs and snails.  Unfortunately the most effective chemical way of getting rid of them is extremely poisonous to pets...

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border terrier bracie having funfielding and cumber Veterinary Surgeons -may 2015

May is the season of bank holidays which is lovely with all those long weekends but we find that many of our clients and their pets are out and about more and we see more pet problems - strains, cut pads barbed wire cuts, poisonings and ticks to name but a few!  Don't worry, as always, we have one of our own vets and one of our own nurses available 24 hours a day over the holidays to deal with just such emergencies.  If you call on 01305 784197 you will ALWAYS get through to someone at the surgery. Our surgery opening hours over the holidays are listed in the news section.

On the subject of possible poisoning, our news section has a section on slugbait poisoning in pets (I bet many of you were out in the garden over the weekend dealing with slugs and snails!) and a report on lily poisoning in cats - it is potentially a real problem so if you have cats and flowers it's definitely worth a read.

We are very pleased to be welcoming Pablo Vila to the practice.  Pablo has just joined our team of vets so read all about him in the news section.

We have lots of very exciting things in the pipeline for 2015 which we will be keeping you up to date with here on the website and on our facebook page so watch this space!  We will also be "fine tuning" our Puppy Packages which run alongside our pet health club.  They are a great way to make sure your puppy gets the best start you can give them and with 3 levels to choose from they represent great value as well.  Check out the details via the pet health club link.

You may have noticed that we have had no new monthly articles for the past couple of months. This is because Ruth who writes them is having some time off for family reasons. We hope we will be able to restart them soon but in the meantime you can see all the previous very interesting articles in our article archive.  This month we have re-run a rather topical but very useful article on helping baby birds.  May is the time we start seeing more wild birds being brought into the surgeries and although instintively we all want to help, sometimes the right thing to do is leave well alone.  Anyway you can read all about it in the article

This month's picture shows practice manager Malcolm's border terrier "Bracie" enjoying the great outdoors!

 

 

 

 

 

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