Entries by Jonathan Garrat

Important Announcement Regarding Our Farm Animal Business

For the past 6 months we have been trying to recruit a farm vet to replace one of the vets that left the Practice last year, however despite all our efforts we have not been able to do so.  We are now losing two more key members of our farm animal team and therefore we […]

VACANCY- Locum RVN

Chine House is in need of a Locum RVN until 22 April for our small animal department. For more information contact: practicemanager@chinehousevets.co.uk

Chine House Equine Vet gives talk to GCSE students

Recently Chloe, one of our equine vets, presented to 150 female GCSE students as part of a STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) event. The event was designed to encourage young women to continue education in the sciences. Chloe discussed the pathway to studying veterinary medicine at university as well as the wide variety of […]

Equinosis- Introducing our latest diagnostic tool for equine lameness

Chine House Veterinary Hospital is excited to introduce our latest tool for lameness investigation at the clinic, the Equinosis Q inertial sensor lameness system (lameness locator). The Equinosis Q system offers precise and objective identification of gait asymmetry using microelectric sensors positioned on the poll, pelvis and pastern of the horse. The system is particularly […]

John Dickerson to ride Lands End to John O’Groats

  On the 9th of September John Dickerson, one of our equine partners, will be setting out on a 9 day 969 mile challenge to cycle from Lands End to John  O’Groats.  He is raising money for Operation Smile, and would really appreciate any support, if you would like to sponsor him please visit virginmoneygiving.com/JohnDickerson We […]

New Equine Vet Joins Team

We are happy to welcome Bradley Hill to our equine team. Bradley graduated from the Royal Vet College in 2008. He began working in Equine Practice in Doncaster, followed by Solihull and finally Market Harborough. He has gained a wide range of experience and joined Chine House in July 2017, having been a student at […]

EquiPENS Headshaking Treatment

EquiPENS(TM) Neuromodulation for Trigeminal Mediated Headshaking Chine House Veterinary Hospital is delighted to now offer EquiPENS (per-cutaneous electrical nerve stimulation) neuromodulation therapy for equine trigeminal mediated headshaking. Clinical trials undertaken by the University of Bristol has shown EquiPENS to be a safe, well tolerated, repeatable management option for trigeminal-mediated headshaking, with encouraging efficacy for improvement […]

NEW EXTENSION

We are very excited to announce that the building of our new extension is due to be completed in May 2017. The extension will provide a new, larger main reception with species specific waiting areas (to make your pets visit is as pleasant and stress free as possible), 3 extra operating theatres, 6 new consulting […]

Equine Specialist Surgeon

Congratulations to Judith Findley on becoming an RCVS recognised specialist in Equine Surgery. This is a fantastic achievement and the culmination of many years of hard work an exams. Chine House are lucky to have RCVS specialists in both equine surgery and internal medicine (Dr Kirstie Pickles) to offer a complete service to our clients […]

New equine surgeon joins the equine team

We are delighted that Knut (German spelling of Canute, the English king) Nottrott will be joining us for two short spells of time this Spring to help us with hospital cases while Judith Findley is finishing her maternity leave. Knut qualified as a veterinary surgeon at the Free University of Berlin in 2004. After working […]