We have now launched our new Healthy Pet Care Plan which for a small monthly cost will allow you to spread the cost of your pet’s vaccinations, flea and worming treatment and health checks across the year, as well as offering you 10% off of dental treatment, neutering, in-house lab work, food, Seresto collars for tick prevention and more.
The pricing structure is dependent upon you pet’s weight, starting from as little as £12 for a small dog. The regular Read More »
Spread the costs of your pet’s preventative healthcare with our new Premier Pet Care Plan, which is being launched in Mid February!
Watch this space for more details coming soon…
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Further to our post from 6th December, please see today’s press release from DEFRA confirming an extension of the prevention zone until 28th February for all poultry keepers to help reduce the spread of avian flu. All poultry and other captive birds are to continue to be kept indoors or other preventative steps taken to minimise contact with wild birds and their faeces. If anyone has any questions, please do not hesitate to call us and we will do our best to Read More »
Throughout January we will be running FREE nursing weight clinics across all of our branches, to help raise awareness of your pet’s ideal weight, and offer advice and ideas!
Obesity can decrease an animal’s life span and lead to many health conditions. The most practical way to assess if a pet is in underweight or overweight is to perform a body condition score. Our Registered Veterinary Nurses will be able to estimate your pet’s ‘condition score’ both with visual and ‘hands-on’ characteristics. Read More »
The Chief Veterinary Officer has declared a Prevention Zone to help protect poultry from a strain of Avian Flu in Europe.
The Government Chief Vet has declared a Prevention Zone introducing enhanced biosecurity requirements for poultry and captive birds, helping protect them from a strain of avian flu circulating in mainland Europe.
The zone covers England and will remain in place for 30 days. Declarations have also been made by the Scottish Government and Welsh Government.
Keepers of poultry and other captive Read More »
We would like to introduce everyone to our newest vet, Rachael who joined St Kitts Veterinary Group a few weeks ago. Rachael joins us from another local practice where she worked for six happy years, before deciding that it was time to experience something new. Her time will be divided between St Kitts in Hartley Wintney and Crookham Park, our newest practice in Church Crookham and she is looking forward to meeting our clients old and new in both practices over Read More »
This month’s pet of the month is the handsome Prawn, who belongs to one of our nurses, Jo. Jo has had 3-legged Prawn since he came in as a stray having been hit by a car, meaning that he had to have his back leg amputated. She ‘fostered’ him until he found a new home and five years later, he has worked his way in to her heart and her home and is staying for Read More »
!! NEW PRACTICE OPENING !!
We are delighted to inform our clients that on Monday the 14th of November our new practice in Crookham Park will be open for business!
!! OPEN DAY SATURDAY 12TH NOVEMBER !!
We are having an open day for everyone to come and see our shiny new practice. Please come down between 10am-3pm to have a look around. Families welcome.
Crookham Park has been purpose built and will include three consulting rooms, separate cat and dog wards, radiography suite Read More »
Beautiful Amber is an Irish Terrier, who came in to see us with an unusual list of complaints, including licking bricks and eating dirt. An appetite for substances that aren’t nutritious, such as hair, paper, paint, metal or earth is called “pica”.
In order to try and find the source of the reason for the symptoms, we ran a blood test. Haematology testing examined the components of Amber’s blood including red and white blood cells, and platelets. The results of the Read More »
This is the handsome Prawn, he belongs to Jo one of our St Kitts Nurses.
Prawn was found as a stray with a badly broken leg in Yorkshire. He was hit by a car and members of the public called the RSPCA. Prawn was brought into the practice where Jo worked and she fell in love with him.
Prawn’s broken leg had to be amputated and after some rehabilitation at the practice he joined Jo at her home joining a family Read More »