Remember Firework Season

Article by Fiona

"Fireworks is fun for us but can be frightening and dangerous for pets! Fiona has written an article to help you understand the dangers of the firework season and ways you can help keep your pets safe and cope with the stress." Read the article....

Congratulations Bentley!

Bentley is the WINNER of our Summer Photo Competition 2016!

Bentley and his owners have won a FREE Booster vaccination including FREE Vet Health Check! Well done Bentley, we look forward to seeing you!

A big thank you to all who entered, it was a really tough choice, but make sure you stay tuned for future competitions and it could be you next time!

Travelling Pets

ARE YOUR PETS READY FOR TRAVELLING?

We understand that you enjoy having your pet with you so talk to us about preventative treatment and advice on how to keep your pet safe and healthy so you can all enjoy a stress free holiday!
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Canine Leptospira vaccination

UK Daily Telegraph article about canine Leptospira vaccination

Some of you may have read the article published in the UK Daily Telegraph in July 2016 about the canine Leptospira vaccination

We contacted the WSAVA (The World Small Animal Veterinary Association) and MSD Animal Health organisations about the article so we could share the facts about the vaccine with our clients.

Please read the response from WSAVA and MSD to learn more and you can also visit WSAVA website www.wsava.org

Welcome Zuzanna!

Please join us in giving a warm welcome to our newest vet Zuzanna Szmidel!

Zuzanna qualified in 2011 from Warsaw University of Life Sciences in Poland, and has been living and working in Buckinghamshire since April 2015.

Zuzanna joined our team on 23th May 2016, and is primarily based at our High Wycombe surgery.

Welcome Back Liz!

We are delighted to welcome back experienced RVN Liz Clough back to our Crossroads team!

Long standing clients may recognise Liz, as she previously worked at Crossroads between 1998 and 2005 and was Head Nurse for 5 years throughout this time.

Liz will be working Thursdays, Fridays and alternate Saturdays at our High Wycombe surgery. When not at Crossroads, Liz also works at St Tiggywinkles Wildlife Hospital, so brings a wealth of experience to our fantastic Nursing team.

National Rabbit Awareness Week

At Crossroads we are happy to announce that we extend RAW for the whole month and we include guinea pigs!

FREE nurse checks and advice for your rabbits and guinea pigs.

1 – 30 June 2016

Call now to make your free appointment.

As part of RAW we are promoting "Buddies for Bunnies" - your rabbit needs a friend too! Rabbits (and guinea pigs) are highly social animals and are happiest when they have companionship!

Article by Fiona Mullan

Enjoy reading an article written by Fiona Mullan, one of our talented nurses. Her article "WHY DO RABBITS GET A RAW DEAL" is published in the Missenden Local Directory magazine.

"Rabbits are commonly thought of as 'children's pets' or 'low maintenance pets' however both of these are far from the truth."
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Congratulations to Reanne White

20th April 2016 - Congratulations are in order!

Massive congratulations to student nurse Reanne White, who passed her final exams yesterday and is now a fully qualified Registered Veterinary Nurse.

Reanne is based at High Wycombe and Watlington and consults at both branches. We are very proud of you Reanne, a fantastic achievement - Well done!

Warning for Dog Owners

SOME IMPORTED JERKY TREATS MAY CAUSE KIDNEY DYSFUNCTION

There is an increase in dogs being brought in to veterinary practices across the UK with severe kidney dysfunction and it appears to be linked to some imported jerky treats!

Know what to look out for... Please read the article published on the Animal Health Trust website.

Dogs die in hot cars

As our weather heats up please remember that leaving any pet in a car for even a short time can be fatal!
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PetPlan Veterinary Awards

"A big thank you to our lovely clients for nominating us for three PetPlan Veterinary awards!"
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History of our Veterinary Practice