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Thursday, 26 March 2020 - 2:11pm

 

Due to the current, ongoing situation with the COVID-19 outbreak we have had to make quite a few changes to how we are doing things at the practice at the moment.

  •  We are only seeing EMERGENCY appointments. Please only call if you have an emergency so we can keep the...
Friday, 20 March 2020 - 2:19pm

  •  Please be reassured we are open for business and providing a full service.
  •  ***WE WOULD LIKE TO REITERATE - PLEASE WAIT IN YOUR CAR OR OUTSIDE THE BUILDING once you have checked in at reception. This is to minimise social contact as per Government guidelines.***
  •  Where possible, please minimise the number of people...
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Friday, 8 February 2019 - 5:22pm

**Equine Influenza (Flu) Outbreak Information**

Over the last month, there have been confirmed cases of Equine Influenza in the North and East of the UK. Today, BHA postponed all race meetings to try and contain the outbreak.

Symptoms of Equine Influenza include:

Dry Cough
Snotty Nasal Discharge
Lethargy
Reduced Appetite 
High Temperature

The virus may affected vaccinated and unvaccinated horses, but the symptoms are...

Friday, 14 December 2018 - 3:57pm

Check out our Christmas and New Year opening times for the Crediton and Tedburn practices! 

If you think you may run out of food or prescription medication over the festive break, please ensure you request it before Thursday 18th December 

Wednesday, 4 July 2018 - 6:48pm

St Boniface Equine Haemo Tonic is a liquid supplement that provides a range of B vitamins, iron and cobalt.

St Boniface Equine Haemo tonic may be useful for:-

  • For horses recovering from illness or post-surgery
  • As a pick me up in horses that are dull or lethargic with low energy levels, for example after a viral infection
  • Horses with a poor appetite or restricted diet
  • Horses with anaemia
  • Horses with an exceptionally high worm egg count...
Monday, 26 March 2018 - 4:12pm

Kate Lethbridge explains a recent case of geriatric donkey called Frazzle who's had a few bouts of lameness

Frazzle is a 21-year-old Donkey who presented to me with acute lameness.

Frazzle’s owners were understandably concerned when they noticed him laying down in the field and unable to weight bear on his right forelimb.

I examined Frazzle and he was very sore on his right fore heel bulbs. 

There also appeared to be a draining abscess to the outside of the white...

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