Posts By: Ian Stroud

Official Opening

Vet4Life will celebrate on March 18th @11 am with an official opening ceremony. It will be a great chance for anyone to come and meet the staff and have a look around the clinic. We will be serving brunch, handing out balloons and other goodies. We also have a very special guest to open the… Read more »

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Spring Wildlife

The mornings are getting lighter and there is no longer the chill in the air for the whole day. Is spring just around the corner? Very shortly there will be many fledgelings, young squirrels and other baby animals joining us. It is also a time when many are brought into the veterinary clinic for attention… Read more »

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Phones at last!

Our phone line has been installed. The telephone number is 0208 977 3955 Please use this number during the day and for out of hours emergency information

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Still not phones but great first week!

We had a superb first week and I am looking forward to the next load of interesting cases that this week will bring. Maybe we can start to use the new x-ray machine or start doing some key-hole surgery? The phones will be installed 9th February and we can then start getting word out about who… Read more »

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We’re open

After 6 months of hard work and planning I have finally opened the doors to 160 High Street Teddington, also know as Vet4Life.  I am so pleased with what has been achieved and I am really proud of the other staff members I have working with me. I know we are going to deliver on… Read more »

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Open Monday

The floor is down, the paint is nearly dry and we can start to get the clinic ready for Monday. There is quite a bit to do over the next couple of days and it is mostly cleaning. There are still no telephone lines which is a real disappointment….. and no sign for the outside of… Read more »

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150 Litres of Paint!

We are nearly there: Gary Smith (if you ever need a great builder let me know) and his team have been working round the clock to get things finished and up to scratch. Huge amounts of effort time and about 150 litres of paint will go into making this clinic a real pleasure to work… Read more »

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Congratulations to all the winners

The prize draw went ahead one day later than planned. An emergency at work (Shepperton Veterinary Clinic) delayed everything so today seemed a much better day to make the draws. The main winners have been emailed and I will contact everyone in the next couple of weeks to let them know their prizes. Well done… Read more »

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