Join us for our 1 year anniversary celebrations

On the 31st of January 2012, Vet4life will have been open a whole year! How time flies – wow! We’d like to invite you to join us in celebrating with champagne and cake this Saturday 28th January at 2-4pm. We’ve also hooked up with the Teddington Wimpy restaurant in Broad Street who are giving our clients a “10% off their meal” voucher for this weekend and next week – their Birthday gift to us!

It’s been an amazing year. We’ve treated some great cases, including Ellie the cocker spaniel who suffered from cirrhosis (scarring and reduced function of the liver); and Jade the miniature schnauzer who had a portosystemic shunt (an abnormal vessel that allows blood from the intestines to bypass the liver).

Thanks to your continued support we have been able to help many of the local animal charities including Rescue Remedies, ARC, HAWS and Guide Dogs for the Blind. During our first few months we have cared for many animals, including performing 17 bitch spays, 24 dog castrates, given 37 microchip and vaccinated over 25 animals. All of these have been done at a cost price with our vets and nurses freely giving their time for such worthy causes.

We’ve also had fun running a very successful Puppy School every Thursday evening. It’s been great fun training the importance of good socialisation which promotes well adjusted puppies with good essential social skills for their futures!

To thank you for your support, we’ve come up with this brilliant voucher booklet worth £200 – you can use the vouchers for spays and castrates, routine vaccinations, worm and flea treatments, consultations, food, and more. Just download and print the vouchers and bring them to the clinic at your next appointment.

We’d love it if you came to the clinic to celebrate with us this Saturday 28th January at 2-4pm. Hope to see you there!

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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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