With vets across the UK moving to an urgent care only footing, what is a genuine emergency and what should you do? We hope the following infographic helps, should your pet have any problem out of the ordinary, please call your vet.
Our number is 02084594729.
Following advice from our professional bodies and the government, and in order to ensure we can operate an effective service for your pets, keep the team healthy and be a responsible part of our local community, we've now moved to an urgent care only footing with immediate effect. During this temporary change, you should call us as normal and we will assess your pet's need over the phone. We will most likely recommend one of the following: 1. If there is a problem that requir
What should I do if I'm self-isolating and my pet gets sick? These are some of the questions on the lips of pet owners at the moment.
So let's crush the fake news with some good science-backed common sense.
Q1. Can you infect your pet if you get coronavirus?
A. No, at this time there are no confirmed reports that any animals have developed symptoms of the disease from contact with infected people.
It is theoretically possible for you to contaminate your pet though. ie
We intend to deliver your local vet service as normal during the current corona-virus outbreak, but we'll be making some adjustments to the way we deliver our service to try to prevent a greater impact on our ability to operate an effect vet service in the coming weeks.
Mostly these are simple measures to help maintain hygiene, but we ask for everyone's help and understanding so we can continue to deliver our service with as little disruption as possible Mostly these are