We are a mixed practice and so can care for all your animal's needs; from the smallest of rabbits to the muddiest cow we are here to help you with all your veterinary needs.
Opening Hours Over The Easter Period
3rd Apr - Normal Opening (Good Friday)
4th Apr - Normal Saturday Opening (we anticipate being very busy on Saturday & may be short staffed so you may have a long wait in the open surgeries) (9-10 am and 4-15 to 5-15pm)
5th Apr - Closed, emergencies only. (Easter Sunday)
6th Apr - Closed, emergencies only. (Easter Monday)
If you have an emergency when we are closed, phone the normal number - 01623620784 and listen carefully to the message for the emergency contact number for that day.
7th Apr - Normal Opening
In case of accidents and emergencies please call 01623 620784
We have had our first case of Alabama rot confirmed. Unfortunately as the dog died, the disease was able to be confirmed by post-mortem by Anderson Moores Vets. Really not a lot is known about this emerging disease. Most dogs present with a skin lesion, (sore) on the leg or head. They then develop acute kidney failure. They will get very poorly, very quickly. Lethargy, not eating, increased drinking and vomiting are all signs of kidney failure. This does not mean that every dog with a sore has Alabama Rot. However, if your dog has an unexplained sore and is a bit poorly as well it may be worth asking for kidney bloods when you visit the vet for the sore. A consultation and kidney bloods at Park Hall Vets is about £60, (this does not include any treatment for sores / Alabama rot)
Important information about Tetanus in Horses
Click here to read about the dangers and how to prevent it.