31 Jan 2018
A little while ago, members of the Reception team attended a training day on “Pet Loss and Bereavement”. The training was designed to raise the awareness and increase the understanding of how staff can provide the advice and support needed by clients during the incredibly difficult and emotional process of having their beloved pet put to sleep, and how this can affect them afterwards.
The staff really enjoyed the day and learned a lot but one area of the training stood out particularly for them. They empathised with the importance and value owners placed on wanting to keep a little part of their beloved pet, and the key role it had in helping them through the bereavement process. Many of our staff are pet owners themselves and have been affected by this so this really resonated with them.
The team came back with the idea of developing something that we as a practice could offer to our clients as a small keepsake. As a result, we are very pleased to share that we are now able to offer our clients the opportunity to recieve a complimentary paw print and fur clipping that owners can treasure and help to remind them of the happy memories they had of their fur baby.
If this is something that is currently affecting you and your family, or you would like to discuss or ask any further questions, please do call us. We also have an information leaflet which helps guide owners through the process Time to Say Goodbye
29 Jan 2018
This is a question asked regularly by dog owners. This short video explains the diseases we are trying to protect against, the frequency of the vaccination and the alternatives.
For further information, click on the link below for our leaflet or call us on 01772 639800 for our Freckleton practice or 01253 766352 for out Blackpool branch and the team will be happy to help.
22 Jan 2018
It’s that time of year when we are all thinking of making changes to either the way we eat, exercise or manage our money. Whatever your resolution is, we want to help with one that many owners stuggle with and that’s your pet’s weight. Here’s a little video with some information and if you need further advice, download our leaflet or please do call us and book in for a complimentary weight clinic consultation.
16 Jan 2018
Another way to help keep your feline friend in tip top condition is to have their teeth regularly checked. Cats are notoriously good at hiding their pain so it may not be that obvious there is anything wrong, and with dental problems in eight out of ten cats over the age of three, it’s something to consider.
Here’s a little video for further information and if you’d like a complimentary dental assessment, please do call our main practice on 01772 639800 or our branch practice in Blackpool on 01253 766352.
9 Jan 2018
Excellent 7 vet team. Enthusiastic, friendly and sociable colleagues. Working between two newly renovated sites of our established independent practice.
A strong focus on mental wellbeing within the veterinary profession. Striving to promote a healthy and happy workforce. Exceptional support from management and peers.
Excellent case continuity of both surgical and medical cases. We are looking for someone who will embrace the workplace and wider local community.
We are proud to offer our own OOH service, encouraging excellent case continuity and work up of hospitalised patients. The successful applicant will be expected to partake in the OOH rota, with time off given for nights and weekends worked.
For more information please feel free to call Ruth Mackay or Drew Milner on 01772 639800 for an informal chat. Application deadline is Friday 2nd February 2018.
To apply, please complete the Application Form and return to firstname.lastname@example.org
28 Dec 2017
This is a question we get asked a lot so we thought we would put it all together into an information sheet for you to download and refer to when needed.
27 Dec 2017
It’s that time of year where we are looking to make some positive changes in our lives, whether it be to start a diet or exercise regime, become more organised or manage our finances better.
When it comes to our pets it can sometimes feel like another thing on the list to do so we want to help. From 1st January 2018 to 31st March 2018 we are offering you a 25% discount on some of our flea and worming treatments to help save some money AND get organised.
We are also looking to improve access to the information you need to help care for your pet so look out for posts on Instagram, Twitter and You Tube. We currently have a little video on the flea lifecycle on our YouTube channel which shows why it’s important to regularly treat your pet to keep on top of this parasite.
22 Dec 2017
We are SO excited to announce the posting of our very first video to our new YouTube channel. 2018 will see us look to communicate on a more digital level with our current and potential clients. We want to be able to reach more of you with useful advice and information that is easily accessible, so any ideas of what you would like to see would be very welcome.
Have a fantastic Christmas and here’s to a healthy 2018!
12 Dec 2017
It’s getting to that time of year again when we’ll all have the opportunity to spend some quality time with our family, friends and pets over the Christmas holiday. In case you do need us though, as always we will provide 24 hour, 7 days a week emergency veterinary care. Please do call us on 01772 639800. Our closures are as follows:
Monday 25th December 2017 – CLOSED
Tuesday 26th December 2017 – CLOSED
Monday 1st January 2018 – CLOSED
Don’t forget to order any medication that might be required for your pet for the holiday period!
27 Nov 2017
It’s important to understand why, as pet owners, we recommend that you treat your pet regularly for fleas. It can take a full 12 weeks continuous protection to break the flea lifecycle of any population that is already established. In order to tackle any new introductions, the treatment protocol must be continued so that you can be sure your pet and home are not affected. If you can see fleas on your pet then you can be sure that this is only a small percentage of the population (5%). That leaves a whopping 95% of a flea population that is not visible to the human eye!
Come and speak to our team about how to prevent or treat fleas and the best way to tackle the issue.