From 1st June we are taking some steps to increase hours across our clinics.
A revision of advice from our governing body, the RCVS, means we are able again to offer vaccinations and dentals for your horses and ponies.
Whilst we are all trying to manage the current health challenges, here's what we need to be thinking about to protect our pets.
Discussing the different types of roundworm that affect sheep, and advice for treatment of ewes and lambs.
Calf pneumonia or Bovine Respiratory Disease (BRD) is the most common reason for poor performance and death in growing calves.
During the transition period, at the moment anticipated to last until the end of the year (December 31st 2020), the procedures of the Pet Travel Scheme remain the same.
Our Youngstock Convention is back for 2020 following the success of 2019. Find out more in our dedicated newsletter.
We're hosting a quiz on Thursday 30th January at The Royal Old Ship in Luckington to raise funds for Actions for Pulmonary Fibrosis.
Key Performance indicators (KPIs) are the main figures used to assess the factors that are important for the success of a suckler enterprise.
Wishing you all a peaceful festive season, here's a few tips to get you through the winter months.
Mindful of the shift in weather there are a few challenges ahead to discuss.
It is impossible to ignore the subject of mental health at the moment. The media in general and increasingly the farming media report the ever-heightening incidence of anxiety, depression and suicide.
As many as 80% of cats and dogs will suffer from some form of dental disease by the age of three.
15th September 2019 is our inaugural charity sportive and this year we are supporting a cause very close to us all at The George.