Opening hours and directions for our Weymouth and Dorchester surgeries ...
click to read more »
What happened to November because suddenly it’s December and 25 days till you-know-what!
We’ve re-run Ruth’s really useful piece on how to ensure your pet has a happy and healthy Christmas. Much as we like seeing our clients, you probably don’t want to spend Christmas afternoon at a veterinary surgery while we remove turkey bones from your pet and you certainly don’t want to be clearing up after a pet that has a bit too much Christmas lunch and the results end up on the carpet!
The secret is to think ahead and be prepared so do read the article it’s full of sensible advice.
Talking of “being prepared” – Fielding and Cumber Vets are again hosting the annual Christmas Scout Post at our Dorchester surgery and there is more on that in our news article.
Although no one wants to spend Christmas at the vets, remember we have a vet and nurse on call 24 hours a day 365 days a year, so if you need us we are just a phone call away. The opening hours of both our Weymouth and Dorchester surgeries over the holiday period our also in the news section.
All the staff would like to wish you and your pets a wonderful, safe and healthy Christmas.
save up to 50% on routine preventative healthcare and spread the cost over a year
click here to find out more....>>
keep your pet safe at Christmas
although Christmas is a time for fun and celebration it can be a stressful time for pets..... »
86, Mellstock Avenue,
© Fielding & Cumber Ltd 2012
176 - 178, Chickerell Rd,