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Macmillan Coffee Morning

You’re invited to join us on Friday 29th September for the world’s biggest coffee morning in aid of Macmillan. There will be loads of cakes, snacks and biscuits for you to munch on with coffee or tea if preferred between 11am and 2pm. All funds raised are for Macmillan Cancer Support. We will also be running a raffle with a …

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Look who’s back on board!

We’re thrilled to welcome David Moore back on board here at Mansion Hill Vets. David officially started back in June and is very quickly getting up-to-speed with everything here and is looking forward to meeting you in the coming months if you haven’t already been in to see him. David qualified from the Royal Veterinary College in 2004. After qualifying, …

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The life cycle of the flea

Fleas are a problem for every pet owner, we often hear ‘we are treating our pet every month and still have fleas?’ There are four stages in the life cycle of a flea: egg, larva, pupa, and adult. Depending on the environmental temperature and humidity levels, the total life cycle will take anywhere from a couple weeks to many months. Optimal …

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Rabbit Awareness Week 17th – 24th June.

Have you or a neighbour got a rabbit at the bottom of the garden? Rabbits are extremely sociable animals that bring a lot of delight to children and adults but are often consigned to a lonely existence in a hutch at the bottom of the garden. Did you know that rabbits can require attention as much as dogs and cats? This …

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Senior Clinics – looking after our Golden Oldies

Senior clinics are perfect for your pet if over the age of 8 years as they are now considered to be entering their senior stage of life. FREE OF CHARGE 30-minute senior pet clinics are run by our team of experienced qualified vet nurses. Prior to the appointment, you will be asked to fill in a health questionnaire which we …

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Cutting through the jargon- a discussion on vaccination

Spread the word……. all you need to know about vaccinations, a discussion evening led by Dr John Taylor at The Dog Training Barn on Wednesday 14th June  7.30pm. Vaccination is a complicated topic that generates fierce debate from both sides of the argument. This entertaining discussion will help you to examine both sides arguments more critically, as well as give …

Are you up to date with your pet’s vaccinations?

Or have you let these slip? Well don’t panic- during April we’re helping you to protect your pet’s health by offering a restart course for the price of a booster, and if you join our pet health plan there’s nothing to pay on the day. Vaccination remains the single most effective method for protecting against infectious disease in healthy animals. By …

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Charity dog walk 25th March

Come and join us for our charity dog walk March 25th in aid of Dogs for Good. £5 entry per dog. Spaces are limited so email lorna@mansionhillvets.co.uk to reserve a place. Meet at the practice 12:30pm to walk 1pm – 2pm (approximately 2 – 3 miles). Refreshments will be provided back at the practice afterwards.  

Mansion Hill Vets Christmas 2016 Opening Hours

Thursday 22nd December 8.30am – 6.00pm Friday 23rd December 8.30am – 6.00pm Saturday 24th December 9.00am – 12.00pm Sunday 25th December – closed Monday 26th December – closed Tuesday 27th December – closed Wednesday 28th December 8.30am – 6.00pm Thursday 29th December 8.30am – 6.00pm Friday 30th December 8.30am – 6.00pm Saturday 31st December 9.00am – 12.00pm Sunday 1st January …