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21 Jun

* CLIENT UPDATE*

As of Monday 22nd June we are pleased to announce we are now open our normal hours at our Chippjng Norton branch.
Monday - Friday 8am - 7pm
Saturday 8:30am - 2pm

Our branch surgeries still remain the same:
Burford surgery - currently closed
Bloxham surgery - currently closed
Begbroke surgery - open Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm

Our social distance measures are all still in place which means our phone lines are still very busy so please continue to be patient with us. If you are isolating for any reason please let us know when you call and we can help make an appropriate plan with you. If you have any queries please feel free to ask us on Facebook, email, or call reception. We will answer all questions as quickly as possible.

Thank you for your continued patience and support through these times.


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10 Jul

Unfortunately we have had a confirmed case of CRGV (Alabama Rot) at the practice in the last couple of weeks which was most likely picked up in mid June.

This started as a lesion on the foot and very quickly developed into irreversible kidney failure. It still remains a rare condition and is usually seen over the winter/spring months but can develop any time of year.

This lovely girl usually walked routes around Over Norton, and in Bloxham along the old railway, ridgeway and the back of the Warriner school.

The advice still stands to wash your dog off after a muddy walk and if any lesions are noticed then seek veterinary advice as soon as possible. Please see the link below for any further information.

We would all like to send our condolences to Tattys family at this time. RIP Tatty

https://www.andersonmoores.com/owner/CRGV.php


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Alabama rot

09
Jul

Chipping Norton Vets have recently (March and June) seen two cases of Alabama rot in dogs.  As is typical of such cases, the initial presentation was an unusual skin lesion on a lower leg, followed after a few days by complete kidney failure, with the large majority of affected dogs dying or being euthanased because of the kidney failure - as happened in these two cases. 


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Brexit & PETS passports

29
Jan

Now that the UK and EU have both approved the Brexit deal, PETS passports will continue to operate as normal until at least the end of the 'transition period', which will be 31st December 2020.


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New branch surgery in Begbroke

27
Jan

We have opened a new branch surgery in Begbroke, on the A44 just north of Oxford, very close to Oxford Airport.  The branch will be run by Chippy vet Becca Brown, and she will work there most of the time, but will still be working a day a week in the Chippy Vet Hospital for those clients who would like to see her there.


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21 Jun

* CLIENT UPDATE*

As of Monday 22nd June we are pleased to announce we are now open our normal hours at our Chippjng Norton branch.
Monday - Friday 8am - 7pm
Saturday 8:30am - 2pm

Our branch surgeries still remain the same:
Burford surgery - currently closed
Bloxham surgery - currently closed
Begbroke surgery - open Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm

Our social distance measures are all still in place which means our phone lines are still very busy so please continue to be patient with us. If you are isolating for any reason please let us know when you call and we can help make an appropriate plan with you. If you have any queries please feel free to ask us on Facebook, email, or call reception. We will answer all questions as quickly as possible.

Thank you for your continued patience and support through these times.


Read more

10 Jul

Unfortunately we have had a confirmed case of CRGV (Alabama Rot) at the practice in the last couple of weeks which was most likely picked up in mid June.

This started as a lesion on the foot and very quickly developed into irreversible kidney failure. It still remains a rare condition and is usually seen over the winter/spring months but can develop any time of year.

This lovely girl usually walked routes around Over Norton, and in Bloxham along the old railway, ridgeway and the back of the Warriner school.

The advice still stands to wash your dog off after a muddy walk and if any lesions are noticed then seek veterinary advice as soon as possible. Please see the link below for any further information.

We would all like to send our condolences to Tattys family at this time. RIP Tatty

https://www.andersonmoores.com/owner/CRGV.php


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