Entries by David Eager

HAPPY HEDGEHOGS

A big thank you to everyone that donated money during Christmas jumper week. We managed to raise £42, which has been donated to a local hedgehog rescue. If you would like to make a donation still, this can be done via their website. Please follow the link below. *****WISHING ALL OUR CLIENTS AND THEIR FURRY […]

Veterinary Nursing Placements/Work Experience

Recently we have been inundated with queries about veterinary nursing placements. Unfortunately, we have no trainee nurse vacancies available at present. If you would like to email us a covering letter and CV, we can keep your details on file for when a position becomes available in the future. We do accept both school students […]

Geriatric health checks

At Elm House we offer a free 6 month nurse health check to all our geriatric patients approaching their golden years. Our geriatric health check involves a 20 minute consult with a nurse where your pet will be thoroughly checked from head to tail. Advice on diet, joint supplements, dental disease and signs of decreased mental […]

Puppy Parties

Join Rachel and Sam for puppy socialisation in a fun and safe environment. Our puppy parties are for puppies between 8-16 weeks of age (must be after first vaccination) and include socialisation, play and informative talks over a 3 week period. Our puppy parties Are held on a Monday evening between 7:30pm-8:30pm in our waiting […]

Puppy contract information

Puppy contract   Thinking about buying a puppy? Download a puppy contract before you start your search and ask your chosen breeder if they use it. What is the puppy contract? The puppy contract has been developed to help buyers avoid problems associated with irresponsible breeding. The puppy contract can be used for both pedigrees […]

Vaccine now available for a new Rabbit Disease

Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease (RHD) is a widespread cause of sudden death in rabbits Up to now, the use of a combined vaccine for it and Myxomatosis has been effective protection. But recently there has been an increase in cases of the disease which has been caused by a new variant of the disease. This new […]

What is Alabama Rot?

There has been a lot of press publicity about this condition recently. The proper veterinary name is Cutaneous and Renal Glomerular Vasculopathy or CRGV. It is better known as Alabama Rot because it was first seen in Alabama USA in the 1980’s. The first sign of the disease are unexplained areas of soreness on paws […]