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Equine newsletter– spring 2014
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Introducing the new Chine House Veterinary Hospital Vaccine Loyalty Card.
This is to thank all of our loyal customers. Whether you have a single pet who you bring to us for their annual health check and vaccination or you have many animals,… you will be eligible for one of our loyalty cards. When you have had six vaccinations (any combination of dogs, cats, rabbits and horses qualify), your 7th vaccination will be free. Collect your card from reception or from any of our equine or small animal vets. The promotion starts on the 1st March 2014. Vaccinations carried out on or after this date will qualify.
Chine House Veterinary Hospital is excited to announce the launch of our newly designed website, located at the same address: http://www.chinehousevets.co.uk.
We hope you like our new website. If you experience any problems using it or if you have any suggestions, please contact us at email@example.com.
This is Robin Hood, a 15 year old Shetland, who had been suffering with laminitis for over a year. Robin was diagnosed with Equine Metabolic Syndrome (EMS) by Jonathan Garratt, one of our equine vets. EMS is a condition which alters the way that horses regulate sugars in their bodies. Robin’s condition has been successfully managed with treatment to help him regulate his blood sugar, and remedial farriery by James Clowes. The greatest factor, however, in Robin’s success story has been the dedication of his owner, Sam. She has spent months carrying out a strict exercise programme and monitoring his diet to the nearest calorie. Robin is a great example of how vets, farriers and owners can come together to manage difficult conditions such as EMS.
- We are available 24 hrs a day.
- Our own vets provide the out-of-hours care.
- Small animal and exotics are seen at the practice.
- Equines can be seen at the practice or at your own premises.
- We look after in-patients on-site.
- Call the normal phone number.
24 Hour Emergency Admissions
Small animal & exotics: 01509 812446
Equine: 01509 812445
Please note that calls will be monitored or recorded
Surgeries & Appointments
Small Animal & Exotics
Monday - Friday: 8:00AM - 7:00PM
Saturday: 9:00AM - 12.00PM
Monday - Friday: 8:00AM - 6:00PM