From Monday 22nd March 2021, we are delighted to be able to invite all of our clients with their pets back into the Practice.
We are unable to have open windows in our surgeries for ventilation and in line with States of Guernsey guidance, mask wearing is therefore still recommended, but not mandatory.
For those of our clients who are vulnerable or would prefer to remain in their cars still, we shall happily accomodate this.
We are very much looking forward to seeing you all face to face again tomorrow and thank you so much for your patience during the restrictions of the previous weeks. ... See MoreSee Less
Katy Marie Le Tissier x
Surgical Advanced Certificate holder Kiara joins the team
Kiara was brought up in Guernsey. She qualified as a vet from the University of Liverpool in 2013 and worked in Scotland for 7 years. Whilst in Scotland she spent 2 years in a referral hospital undertaking a rotating and a surgical internship as well as spending 5 years in both general and emergency practice. She holds the RCVS Certificate in Advanced Veterinary Practice, specialising in small animal surgery, and the Post-Graduate Certificate in Veterinary Professional Studies. Kiara has a special interest in both soft tissue and orthopaedic surgery. In her free time she enjoys spending time outdoors, walking, climbing and skiing, and you will most likely see her out and about with her Rhodesian Ridgeback. ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations Kiara x
Congratulations Kiara Mills x
Welcome home Kiara x
Huge welcome home Kiara. We have already visited you at the surgery. Guernsey is very lucky to have you here x
We hope you are staying safe during lockdown. Here we share with you how to tablet a cat. Thanks to RVN's Caroline and Becca and of course to the star of the show Stitch, who is Caroline's cat! ... See MoreSee Less
Love to see you guys try my boy without any assistance! The way he wiggles & fights back looks like a wrestling match 😂
Stitchy boy! 😘Xxx
Protocol for clients visiting the surgery during COVID
We will continue to see patients in stage 1 as we are now. To comply with States of Guernsey advice, no clients will be able to come into either of our surgeries with their animals for examination or into reception to collect medications. Please call on arrival for appointments and the vet will ring for a history then come out to you. Repeat prescriptions, including diets, flea and worm products can be ordered and paid for in advance and collected from our porches. Thank you for your patience. We look forward to the time we can have you back inside! ... See MoreSee Less
During lockdown, we thought we would share top tips with you - Nurses Caroline and Becca with Murphy owned by Elle our receptionist demonstrating tablet administration. Stay safe. ... See MoreSee Less
Can you do a tablet demonstration with a cat please? My cats a nightmare to give tablets too.
How about one with giving a tablet to a cat!😻
So beautiful I love murph I'm coming to steal him when lock down is over So be careful Elle & dave xx ❤
Hope you're all coping well!
try boiled egg!!
The only way you can prevent ticks and fleas living on your dog and in your home is regular treatment. Talk to your vet now about our latest tasty tick and flea treatment option in tablet form. Tablet treatment means there is no need to avoid swimming around the time of treatment unlike spot on treatments. This treatment is kinder to the environment, protecting your dog but not at the expense of the general insect population. ... See MoreSee Less
If you have found or lost a pet, please let us know using the form below and we will post it to our Facebook page.