We have two new exciting opportunities at SVC. The first one is for a – Full time, permanent RVN. We are looking for a confident and motivated Registered Veterinary Nurse to join our small animal, independent practice with eight RVN’s, five vets, two SVN’s and two receptionist’s. We offer our clients and their pets a high standard of professionalism and care. The practice is purpose built and the facilities include an extensive in house laboratory, digital x-ray, ultrasound, and endoscopy. The successful applicant will be involved in all aspects of surgery and inpatient care, be responsible for..
If you are planning on travelling abroad with your pet please read the following information. In the event of a no deal Brexit there will potentially be new rules in place for pets who travel to the EU. They will need still an up-to-date rabies vaccination and a microchip but they will also need; * A blood test to show the rabies vaccine has worked and they WILL NOT BE ABLE TO LEAVE THE UK UNTIL 3 MONTHS AFTER A POSITIVE TEST. (This cannot be taken until at least a month after a rabies vaccine) * They will also require a health certificate from a registered vet to confirm they are well enough to..
This smashing lad is the fantastically named Theodore Bear who is Novembers Courageous Pet. Theodore is a very special cat who has some neurological issues due to a brain injury he had when he was a kitten. He leads a completely normal life although he can appear a bit unsteady when he walks. Theodore had to have a spell of hospitalisation with us recently due to a very nasty urinary problem which resulted in a degree of kidney damage. He was hospitalised for catheterisation and intravenous fluid treatment. During his time he became a firm favourite with all the nurses. Theodore was a a star patient..
Remember Remember the 5th of November – Can be a troubling time for pets! Keep pets inside while fireworks are going off. This includes our small fluffies where possible! It may be beneficial to put rabbits and Guinea pigs in a shed or garage. Walk dogs before it gets dark, stop cats from going out over night. Close windows and cat flaps, draw the curtains, leave a radio or television on to help reduce some of the noise. Check micro-chip details are up to date. Ensure cats and dogs are wearing an ID tag. Helping them to be reunited quickly. Make a ‘den’ – it could be a crate or cardboard..