Cherrydown Vets COVID-19 (coronavirus) 31 March update

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As you’re probably aware, from our last update, we continue to monitor the situation and respond quickly to government advice and the professional guidance from the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) and British Veterinary Association. As a result, we are focusing our efforts on the pets in urgent need of our care and are …

International day of happiness – how pets contribute to our Mental Wellbeing

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The ongoing uncertainty surrounding the recent Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak will no doubt cause disruption to our usual routine and reduce the amount of social contact we have – preventing us from doing some of the things we enjoy which helps protect and maintain our mental wellbeing. With today, March 20, being International Day of Happiness, …

Cherrydown Vets COVID-19 (coronavirus) update

At Cherrydown Vets, the health, safety and wellbeing of our patients, our staff and our community is our number-one priority. We remain committed to delivering exceptional care to your pet, while doing our part to reduce the spread of respiratory illness (in particular, COVID-19 coronavirus), including careful monitoring of the health and wellbeing of our …

Find your ideal furry companion

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Use this ‘Pawfect Match tool’ Finding your forever furry friend is a big milestone. But, despite being a nation of animal lovers, research from Sainsbury’s Bank has found more than a fifth (22%) of British pet owners have regretted choosing their pet’s breed. On top of this, over half (51%) of people said they did …

Changes at our practices

From Monday 3rd February 2020, we will be offering a booking system for afternoon and evening appointments at our branches. We have extended our evening surgeries from 5:00 – 6:30pm, also the walk in clinic at Stanford is now open from 9am. Please note if your pet falls ill unexpectedly, you can rely on our …

Don’t think of the present when thinking about pets

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A leading Essex vets practice is urging people to think carefully before giving someone a pet as a Christmas present. Cherrydown Vets’ clinical director, Laura Axten, said buying a pet as a gift could end in heart-breaking consequences. She said: “Pets are not a commodity, they are beings with feelings, and people who take them …