Autumn 2017 newsletter

Hello,

We’re really pleased to let you know about our new video section on the website and to introduce our new customer care adviser, Taniya.

Firework time is coming up and planning ahead can help you, help your pet. Please read our firework advice for all the things you can do this year.

If you have been to see us recently we hope you have had the very best care from the whole team. If so, we’d really appreciate your vote in the upcoming Pet Plan Veterinary Awards.

Happy reading!

Best wishes,

The Vet4Life Team

New videos on website

We have a new video section on our website. Have a look and let us know what you think and please do tell us what you would like to learn or know about and we’ll happily record a video. Watch our videos

Is your pet frightened of fireworks?

Planning ahead can help your pets cope with the firework season. Follow these top tips to make firework celebrations less frightening for your pet.

Is it safe to give your dog bones?

Both raw and cooked bones can pose a hazard, they can cause obstructions in the gut, cause fractured teeth and sharp fragments can damage the mouth and gut. At the same time, chewing and biting are both very normal behaviours for dogs. So how to know when something is safe? Our vet Seb gave some great advice about the things to consider before giving your dog a bone

Our new CCA Taniya

Taniya is our new customer care adviser. She looks forward to meeting all your lovely pets and will ensure lots of cuddles and treats for them!! This is Taniya’s first job in a veterinary clinic and she is excited to be working with animals and learning lots of new things and skills! More about Taniya

Pet Plan Veterinary Awards

We’d hugely appreciate a vote for a member of staff, or our practice as a whole, in the 2018 Pet Plan Awards. Cast your vote

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Ian Stroud

Ian Stroud

Veterinary Surgeon at Vet4life
Ian Stroud is a highly experienced small animal veterinary surgeon with over 15 years working in practice. He has particular interests in several areas including minimally-invasive surgery, orthopaedics and oncology (cancer treatment). He currently practices in Teddington, Shepperton and Surbiton where he is the director of Vet4life.
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