A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND
SUCCESSFUL NEW YEAR
to all of our clients
Please note that we will close at 2:00pm on both Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve
There has been a Veterinary Practice in Wigton since 1919 sited at South End.
In 1999 we moved to purpose built premises with modern equipment, hospitalisation facilities and ample free car parking at Syke Road.
We have a friendly team of vets, nurses and support staff who genuinely care for your animals and are dedicated to giving the best treatments and advice possible.
Click HERE for Gifts and Toys for your Pet
Click HERE for Christmas and New Year Opening Times
For FREE advice and a Puppy Pack, come along to a party.
Call Mica or Elaine for details and to book.
Evenings between 7:00pm and 8:30pm
Click on the NADIS Logo
Worms in Dairy Cows
FREE Parasite Forecast
FREE Disease Alert
A monthly payment plan to help you spread the cost of your pet care
Reduces your overall costs
Convenient monthly payments
Booster (plus free health check)
Wormers and flea treatments
for a year
One FREE veterinary consultation annually
10% discount on selected
goods & services
If there is an offer of greater than 10% already on a product, then only the greater discount will apply.
Small Dog: £6.99 per month
Medium Dog: £7.99 per month
Large Dog: £8.99 per month
Giant Dog: £9.99 per month
Rabbit: £4.99 per month
Cat: £8.99 per month
Additional pets registered receive a £1 per month discount.
PRICES HELD UNTIL
For more information:
Call in to the Practice
Telephone 016973 42174
Click on the big blue button
Click HERE for advice on reducing your pet's fireworks stress.
Remember, remember, it's not only in November !!!
ANTIFREEZE (Ethylene Glycol)
This is EXTREMELY dangerous to pets especially Cats. It has a very sweet taste which makes it appealing and a very small quantity can be fatal.
Found in higher quantities in dark chocolate. Knowing the amount and type of chocolate ingested would help the Vet calculate the danger.
Raisins and Grapes
Raisins, Grapes, Sultanas and Currants can all lead to kidney failure.
Macadamia and Peanuts
Can cause muscle tremors, dizziness, seizures and painful abdomen.
These bones can be sharp and cause intestinal perfotation. BIN not DOG.
Gravy and Stuffing
These products are often made with onions, garlic, chives, leeks and shallots, and can cause severe intestinal problems. DO NOT feed your pet any type or amount of onion.
Sweetcorn can not be digested correctly. DO NOT give your dog corn on the cob.
Poinsettia, Mistletoe, Ivy and Lillies.