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Christmas Opening Hours

24 December 2019

Christmas Opening Hours

Mon 23rd Dec : 08:30-19:00
Tue 24th Dec : 08:30-15:00
Wed 25th Dec : CLOSED
Thu 26th Dec : CLOSED
Fri 27th Dec : 08:30-19:00
Sat 28th Dec : 09:00-12:00
Sun 29th Dec : CLOSED
Mon 30th Dec : 08:30-19:00
Tue 31st Dec : 08:30-15:00
Wed 1st Jan : CLOSED
Thu 2nd Jan : CLOSED
Fri 3rd Jan : 08:30-19:00
Sat 4th Jan : 09:00-12:00
Sun 5th Jan : CLOSED

Our 24 hour Emergency Service will run as usual to all of our clients throughout the Christmas Holidays.

So in the case of an emergency we are only a phone call away, give us a call on 01324 829989 to receive the contact number for our duty vet.

Free Family Fun Day and Open Day - 10th August 2019

01 June 2019

Free Family Fun Day and Open Day!

Our next annual open day and free family fun day will be on Saturday 10th August 2019 from 12pm - 4pm, right here at the surgery and it promises to be a fantastic day out for all the family.

Make sure your calendar has this date marked up to ensure you don’t miss out on another great day!

Our flyer on the left shows some of the things going on at the practice on the day.

We hope to see you all there. No need for tickets, just turn up, and remember free entry!

Puppy Advice Consultation

31 March 2018

Puppy Advice Consultation

Thinking of getting a new dog, but not sure where to start?

Why not come in to see our Veterinary Nurses for a New Dog Advice Consultation. This free of charge consultation can help guide you in selecting and preparing for your new addition to the family. Whether you are getting your first dog, a new addition or even thinking of rescuing, our Vet Nurses can help to find the dog that is right for you.

To start, please fill out the questionnaire in the link below, this will ask you about different aspects of dog ownership, so we can find out which breeds will suit your lifestyle.

Puppy Advice Form

Disease Prevention Update - Lungworm

31 August 2017

Disease Prevention Update - Lungworm

As many of you may be aware, cases of lungworm in dogs have been increasing over the last few years. Whilst the overall number of cases is still very low, the damage caused by this parasite can be severe and even fatal. The overwhelming majority of cases have been in dogs which have spent time in England or Southern Scotland. Recently the disease appears to be moving slowly north. It is thankfully not yet a problem in Denny and surrounding area.

In response to increased reports of the disease, we are putting in place preventative recommendations to help keep our patients safe. For dogs who live in (or South of) the Greater Glasgow area we recommend monthly worming with milbemycin (one of the active ingredients the wormer that we supply) to reduce their risk of infection. If your dog visits one of these risk areas, we recommend worming with milbemycin once monthly for the duration of your visit and for the following two months after they return. Please get this from us. It is not available in pet shops. It costs less than £4 to worm a 25kg dog and the wormer also covers your pet for all of the other important worms in dogs.

The risk of your dog contracting lungworm remains very low, but due to the severity of illness it causes in these rare cases, we feel preventative steps should be taken. The wormer we recommend is quite an economical way of preventing this disease and also treats other dog worms.

Should you have any further questions please get in touch with a member of the team on 01324 829989.

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