|COVID-19 PRACTICE UPDATE - Click HERE for more|
As the Covid-19 pandemic grumbles on we are trying to get back to some form or normality at the practice. Throughout the pandemic we were able to maintain an emergency service to all our clients and their pets and our dedicated team worked exceptionally hard in difficult circumstances to keep all our patients fit and well.
We continue to work hard to get things back to normal although measures are still in place to try and keep us all safe at this time. We are back to our normal opening hours and are bringing clients into the practice once again with their pets although we do request that only one client comes in with their pet and that each client wears a face covering and uses our hand sanitizer prior to entering the building. Clients should park in a numbered bay upon arrival and phone to say they have arrived. One of our vets or nurses will then come outside to collect you and your pet and escort you into the building.
We are happy to consult outside if any client is concerned about coming into the building.
Our new working practices may result in longer wait times however we continue to try to fine tune things to keep our service as efficient as possible. We are grateful for everyones patience and understanding.
As always our commitment to your pets extends beyond normal "office" hours and our emergency service remains available at all times to our registered clients. In an emergency phone the usual practice number and our duty vet will arrange to see you at our surgery in Wetherby.
Laparoscopic "Keyhole" Surgery (March 2018)
In line with our commitment to improving patient care and the services we provide at Parkhill Vets Ltd, we are proud to announce the arrival of our new state of the art laparoscopy unit.
The significant investment we have made in this equipment will enable us to perform minimally invasive neutering (spay) operations using laparoscopic (keyhole) surgery. This technique is performed through two small incisions in the abdominal wall approximately 5mm long and compared to the more conventional, full surgical "open abdomen" approach, the recovery is quicker with less pain and discomfort. External sutures are often not required. In addition to neutering we are also now able to perform minimally invasive exploratory investigations of the abdomen and take organ biopsies where indicated.
Please follow this link to our services page where you can read more about this exciting new technique.
Vaccination Amnesty 2018
The canine vaccine amnesty 2018 has now finished. We are pleased to announce that the amnesty was very successful this year and we manged to re-start 54 dogs on their vaccinations. In addiiton to protecting them against Parvovirus, Hepatitis, Distemper and Leptospirosis we also picked up other disease conditions requiring attention during the pre vaccination health checks. Thanks to all owners who brought their dogs in this year.
Located in state of the art premises at Parkhill on Walton Road, Wetherby. Our friendly team of trained, dedicated staff provide excellent veterinary care and advice.
We are proud to be an RCVS Accredited Practice under the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Practice Standards Scheme.
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Thank you for visiting our website. We hope that you find the information it contains helpful to you and your pet. Please browse through our pages to get a more comprehensive view of the equipment and services that we have in our practice.
Out of Hours Emergencies: 01937 582025
Monday to Friday: 8.30am - 6:30pm
Saturday: 8.30am - 12.00pm
Sunday: By emergency appointment only
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