We have had questions and queries regarding what to do if your pet’s vaccinations are due.
Covid 19 Update 27th March
Firstly we would like to thank you all for your patience and supporting us in these difficult and changing times. We ask - *please do not panic* *please do not panic buy* We are operating a closed practice, which means that the front doors are locked, but don’t worry...WE ARE HERE!!! We are a team of vets, nurses, reception, stock and management staff daily. As a red ...
COVID-19 UPDATE 24/03/2020
IN VIEW OF THE RECENT GOVERNMENT ANNOUNCEMENTS WE NEED TO REDUCE FACE TO FACE CONTACT IMMEDIATELY AND SO ARE NOW OPERATING TO PROVIDE: EMERGENCY/ URGENT CARE ONLY, FULFILLMENT OF PRESCRIPTIONS, MAINTAINING THE SUPPLY FOOD CHAIN
Covid 19 Update 23 March 2020
Latest COVID-19 announcement 23/03/2020. In order to keep everyone safe, and following government guidelines on social distancing we would like to inform our valued clients that as of Tuesday 24th 2020 our small animal department will be doing essential examinations and treatments only. Health checks and booster vaccinations of adult animals will be postponed until further notice.
Covid 19 - Farm Animals Service
Our farm animal service is continuing as normal. The nature of our work on farm means that with some common sense and by following government advice, we can stay safe. Our Farm Animal vets are now based at home rather than in the surgery. Advice calls made to reception will be forwarded to vets who will contact you at the earliest opportunity. All TB tests, routine visits, day ...
Update from Fenton Vets
Over the next few weeks and months many of us may find ourselves in the situation of having to self-isolate to protect others in the community. One of the biggest worries for pet owners will be what to do if your pet becomes ill
Important Message Regarding Corona Virus
Fenton Vets are taking the threat of Covid-19 seriously, and are following the most up to
date advice available from the Government.
Poison Prevention Week
Its poison week 15th-21st March. The following useful information has been provided by the Veterinary Poisons Information Service (VPIS) and is particularly useful at this time of year now that Easter is upon us. Read a bit more about some key toxic things that may be around the house below:
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