Recent Cases

There have been a spate of recent cases of gastro-enteritis in the summer

of 2015.  No pathogens have been identified specifically in these cases, but many have needed hospitalisation and intravenous fluids.  Fortunately, all have gone on to make a full recovery!

 

 

We would like to remind dog owners of the dangers of letting their pets drink from standing or still water in late summer.  Algal poisoning is not common but very serious!

 

We remain on the alert for cases of Alabama Rot, (also known as New Forest Disease or Sandringham Disease).  Fortunately very rare, but we have seen one case in the last 12 months.

 

How to contact us

Shipston Veterinary Centre Ltd

24 West Street
Shipston-on-Stour CV36 4HD

 

Phone

01608 661232

 

Our consultation times:

 

Shipston-on-Stour

8.40 a.m. - 6.00 p.m. Monday to Friday

 

Moreton-in-Marsh

Hospital Road,

GL56 0BQ

4.30 p.m. - 5.45 p.m. Monday to Friday

Times are variable. 

From February 2019, we are offering morning appointments between 9.30 and 10.30 a.m. for a trial period (weekdays except Tuesday)

 

All consultations at both surgeries are by appointment only

 

Please note that in emergency out of hours, the same number should be dialled.  Listen to the message, then dial 7 to be put through to the Emergency Vet.

News

News June 2019

 

Julie Lawrence

 

We are delighted to welcome Julie back to Shipston Veterinary Centre.  Julie worked with us for three years before moving to Bristol.  She is moving back into the Cotswolds in October.

Julie likes bell-ringing and her Guinea-pigs!

 

Vaccine Amnesties

 

Have you forgotten to protect one of your family? Are your dogs and cats protected?

 

We are running amnesties for pets who have lapsed in their essential vaccination cover which allows you to restart at half price.

The dogs amnesty will run in May 2019 and the cats in June 2019.

 

Wellness Clinics

 

From March 2019, we are starting to run Wellness Clinics with nursing staff at our Shipston site for Cats and Dogs over 8. These are to check for hidden problems in older patients.  Finding problems early is the key to health in old age.

 

Corina Prisada

 

We are delighted to welcome Corina to join our practice as Veterinary Assistant. Corina has moved from Romania and already speaks english very well.  She is a caring and conscientious vet who is enjoying working with our friendly team! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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