Diane is awarded a Certificate in Advanced Veterinary Practice

October 23, 2016

Congratulations to Diane, who following two years of study through the University of Liverpool’s Veterinary Postgraduate Unit, has recently been awarded a Certificate in Advanced Veterinary Practice (CertAVP) by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons. Never one to rest on her laurels, Diane has decided to continue her studies and hopes to complete a Postgraduate […]

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Rabbit Awareness Week – 18th to the 26th June 2016

June 20, 2016

Rabbits make wonderful family pets, but did you know that ……. Their diet should consist of 80% grass and hay, 15% greens and 5% rabbit pellets. Poor diet can contribute to teeth problems, becoming overweight and gut issues, Exercise is important for your rabbit as it allows them to stay fit and healthy Rabbits love […]

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February 8, 2016

Refurbishment of our reception area is due to start on 09th February 2016. Between the 9th and 18th February we will be closing each weekday evening at 6.30 pm to allow the work to happen in the evenings. We apologise in advance for any inconvenience that either this or the work itself may cause.

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Practice Nominated for Pet Plan Awards 2016

January 7, 2016

Cockburn Veterinary Group has been nominated for the prestigious Pet Plan Awards for the second consecutive year. Following on from last year when Head Vet Diane Storer was nominated for a second time in the ‘Vet of the Year’ category, the whole team has now been nominated for the ‘Practice of the Year 2016’. We […]

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Laparoscopic (keyhole) spays

April 10, 2015

At Cockburn Veterinary Group we know that you want the best for your pet. That’s why we are proud to introduce the minimally invasive surgery for neutering female dogs, the laparoscopic (keyhole) spay. Although bitch spays are deemed ‘routine’ surgery they are in fact invasive abdominal surgery. Keyhole surgery has been used in human medicine […]

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Special Offers

April 24, 2014

We’re participating in the DogsTrust ‘Chip my dog campaign’ so free microchipping is available for all dogs. Please contact us for more details. IS YOUR PET DUE FOR WORMING – We’d like to tell you more about our current offer on worming tablets so just give us a ring to find out more!

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Fireworks advice

September 23, 2013

Did someone mention fireworks? It’s approaching that time of year that most cats and dogs dread. Here is some advice on how to help your pets during this time of year, how to keep and calm and safe. How can I prepare my pet? * Many cats and dogs try to hide once they start […]

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Getting Involved!

April 17, 2013

Three of our girls have taken on the challenge to do a swimathon and half marathon to raise money for Marie Curie and a local animal sanctuary on the 28th of April and 4th of May. We would appreciate any donations given to sponser the team – to donate please call 01530 836654 or see reception. […]

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Are you looking for the right advice about your pet?

April 15, 2013

 Even if it’s for a new, old or future pet, come and visit one of our nurses for a free consultation. Some of the clinics we do are: – Puppy and Kitten Information – Flea and Worming – Dental – Weight Management – Diabetic – Rabbit – Antineatal – General Queries Either pop into reception […]

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Did you know?

March 11, 2013

– Lily’s are toxic to our feline friends – please be aware if you  have a lily flower arangement to make sure your cat cannot get access to them. – Chocolates are toxic to our fury friends too, the higher the cocoa content the more toxic the chocolate is. So please be aware and to keep […]

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