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  • June 2017 Newsletter

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    We have an interesting story this month about a young Labrador who has a fetish for eating things she shouldn’t!

    With winter fast approaching some of our older cats and dogs may start showing signs of arthritis. We discuss this issue and some of the treatments available at our clinic.

    Fleas are still a problem even when its cold. We introduce our new flea product Simparica and the awesome deal exclusive to At the Vets

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  • May 2017 Newsletter

    This month we introduce you to our newest Nurse Cody, and say goodbye to a familiar face around the clinic. We will show you the quick and easy way to book your appointment online and bring you up to speed on the laws and requirements around securing your pet in a vehicle.   CLICK HERE to open the newsletter

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  • Christmas 2016 Newsletter

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    Merry Christmas!
    It’s that crazy time of year again, and we bring to your attention the Christmas hazards that your pet may encounter, from rich foods and turkey bones, to certain festive plants that can be poisonous to pets.
    We have some interesting stories this month, read our superhero cat story about ‘Toulouse’ who saves his best friend ‘Treacle’ during a dog attack, also a feel-good story about ‘Luna’ who has found her owners again after being missing for 2 years! Learn about Malocclusion  in rabbits by reading ‘Tyrion’s story, and what to do (or not to do!) if you notice that your bunny’s teeth are not growing straight.

    At The Vets Christmas and New Year’s Hours:
    We are Closed: Sunday December 25th
                                  Monday December 26th
                                  Tuesday December 27th

                                  Sunday January 1st
                                 Monday January 2nd
                                 Tuesday January 3rd

    We are open for our regular clinic hours on all the other days of December and January.

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  • Summer 2016 Newsletter

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    In this month’s newsletter, read about Becky’s experience in Tonga as a veterinary nurse for South Pacific Animal Welfare (SPAW). We also have an interesting story about a Burmese cat ‘Fitzwilliam’ who has an eating obsession with an everyday object, which led to major surgery.

    Our clinic is proud to announce that we are now licenced to perform Radioactive Iodine Treatment for cats with Hyperthyroidism. On our first round, we have successfully treated 2 cats, ‘Myfanwy’ and ‘Tane’ and hope to treat many more! ‘Myfanwy’s story will tell you more about what is involved when your cat undergoes Radioactive Iodine Treatment.

    Dog bite wounds from fights or playfights are a common occurrence, and Basil suffered from a very nasty bite on his leg a couple of months ago. Read about Basil’s surgery and subsequent healing process.

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  • Spring 2016 Newsletter

    Welcome Spring!  CLICK HERE to download

    This month, we start with the life story of Hudson, a 15 year old Siamese cat who is a regular VIP at our clinic. Next is an article on young Chester who has eaten his share of socks and stones in a short 3 months.
    With the warmer weather, a lot of people are now thinking about preventing fleas, and what products to use. Bravecto is a beef flavoured tablet that will kill fleas for up to 12 weeks, so you only have to remember to give the treatment at each change of season.
    We are very proud of our nurse Becky for winning a competition to Tonga to help animals in need, she will be off to Tonga at the end of September, so keep an eye out for further news on her exciting experience.
    Good news, Charlie the little Cashmere Lop has been re-homed successfully.
    Pet of the Month Winner is Billiejean!

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We offer a drop off service where you can drop your pet off at the clinic while you are at work

we can then either treat your pet while you are at work, or wait until you can have a consultation with a vet after work.

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Fill out as much detail as possible, supply daytime (work) and mobile numbers if possible, sign at the bottom, and bring it in with your pet.

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