Posts Categorized: practice news

Festive opening hours 2018

Teddington & Surbiton Monday 24th December – Christmas Eve : 7.30am – 5.30pm Tuesday 25th December – Christmas Day : CLOSED Wednesday 26th December – Boxing Day : CLOSED Thursday 27th December – 7.30am – 7.30pm Friday 28th December – 7.30am – 7.30pm Saturday 29th December – 8.30am – 5pm Sunday 30th December – 10am… Read more »

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Vet4life features on CBeebies

CBeebies came to film us recently at Vet4life Surbiton! Rory from Ferne and Rory’s Vet Tales came to meet one of our owners and their superstar dog Otto and bring them in to meet our vet Lily! Otto belongs to the great charity Broken Biscuits who help disabled dogs get the help and homes they… Read more »

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Our Super Slimmer of 2018

We’re incredibly proud of our vet nurse Nicki for her amazing work with Aji. Aji the Yorkshire Terrier came to see Nicki because his owners were concerned about his health. With dedicated owners and under Nicki’s guidance, Aji won the inaugral Canine Slimmer of the Year 2018 award from Hill’s pet food! Amazing! Here’s what… Read more »

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Talk invite – fireworks and senior pets

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We’re inviting you to a couple of talks. Please call the Teddington clinic (020 8977 3955) or Surbiton clinic (020 8390 5270) to confirm your free space. Book quickly as spaces are limited. Anxious Pets – Wed 24 Oct, Teddington A talk on pets and anxiety with a focus on fireworks at The Anglers in… Read more »

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Summer 2018 newsletter

Summer ailments Did you know that changing weather patterns (the warm, wet winters that the UK has been experiencing) mean an increase in ticks? Ticks are blood sucking parasites related to spiders. Ticks can cause localised irritation to pets and, if they are scratched off and the mouthparts left behind, small abscesses can result. Ticks… Read more »

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Spring 2018 newsletter

‘Orphan season’ is usually from March until August each year. This is when there are a high number of wildlife young born such as baby hedgehogs, fox cubs, badger cubs, fawn and lots of baby birds. Each animal has a variety of ways they help their babies grow up and leave their home, venturing into the… Read more »

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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… Read more »

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