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Pet travel to Europe from 1 January 2021

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If you’re planning on taking your pet to an EU Country after 1 January 2021, there’s some important information you need to know. Before your dog, cat or ferret can travel for the first time after this date, you’ll need to start taking the following steps four months before you’re planning to travel … 1…. Read more »

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Vet4Life COVID-19 Update 1 June 2020

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As of 1 June 2020, we can now offer additional services for our patients, while still adhering to COVID-19 social distancing rules. Any additional services we can offer will depend on a risk assessment which considers the safety of our clients and teams along with the welfare of your pet. As a Practice, we have… Read more »

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Veterinary Nursing Awareness Month

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May is Veterinary Nursing Awareness Month. This campaign, led by the British Veterinary Nursing Association (BVNA), aims to raise awareness of the importance of the role of the veterinary nursing profession to the public. Veterinary nurses are an integral part of the veterinary team at Vet4life, and are vital for the smooth running of any veterinary… Read more »

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Easter 2020

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With Easter coming up, our opening hours will vary from our usual times. Practice Friday 10th Saturday 11th Sunday 12th Monday 13th Teddington CLOSED 8.30am – 5pm 10am – 4pm CLOSED Surbiton CLOSED 8.30am – 5pm CLOSED CLOSED Shepperton CLOSED 8.30am – 5pm CLOSED CLOSED

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COVID-19 and Pets

COVID-19 is much in the news, and some reports are based on fact, others speculation. We don’t have all the answers, but we do have some advice for you as a pet owner – or someone who spends a lot of time around pets – here’s what you should know: Currently, there is no evidence… Read more »

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Frequently Asked Questions – COVID-19

In light of the current COVID-19 situation, we have pulled together a list of the frequently asked questions – which provide further information about the precautions all veterinary practices are taking to help prevent the spread of Coronavirus. Q: Are all existing appointments cancelled? A: Following advice from the UK government, Royal College of Veterinary… Read more »

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