Congratulations to Cherie Savage

Cherie Savage from Wombwell has dedicated her time during lockdown to complete a 13-hour modular course with Hill’s Pet Nutrition and has been awarded her certificate and NAP badge. We would like to congratulate her on this achievement.

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CHANGE IN OUT OF HOURS EMERGENCY COVER

After caring for our clients and their pets for the last 45 years with full 24hour Emergency Care – we find we are no longer in a position to be able to carry on providing a full night service.   The toll on our Abbey Team, Vets, Nurses and Receptionists during this horrific 12 months…

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Happy customer – and happy Poppy!

I just wanted to say thank you for how brilliant you were with my little dog, Poppy, today. She was limping badly and we were extremely worried as she has surgery last year on both elbows for IOHC. Also she is very timid and hates vets because of her ops. The vet she saw was…

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We Are Hiring

We are looking for a qualified RVN with experience of working in a busy surgery or would like to work in a busy environment to join our friendly team of 16 nurses including 8 RVN’s, 2 SVN’s and 6 Assistant Nurses. You will cover all aspects of nursing from patient care, anaesthesia, lab work, nurse…

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“Friendly and helpful staff!”

Owner of Poppy Knightingale recently complimented the team at Abbey Vets on how friendly and helpful they are compared to vets she has visited in the past. She is always happy to visit all the staff and Katie at Royston.

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Dress Your Pet for Easter Competition

Do you have a pet who likes to put pet costumes for  big occasions? Why not enter our Easter competition and try and win one of our great Pet Health Club prizes? Just send us a photo of your pet dressed for Easter Entries may be emailed to: [email protected] or posted to: Kim Bray Abbey…

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WARNING:  ADDER BITES NOW COMMON IN OUR AREA!!

WARNING:  ADDER BITES NOW COMMON IN OUR AREA!! 6 Bites at New Miller Dam in last couple of weeks. What to Do if an Adder Bites Your Dog I would imagine that quite few of my readers are starting to notice a trend in my previous blogs, in that they relate a lot to the…

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