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Special Offers & Events


Open Evening Subject

Regular Offers:


- Receive a discount when multiple pets are vaccinated at the same consult


- OAP discount available (not applicable to food or operations)


- Refer a friend and receive a voucher for £10 off your next consult, vaccination or microchip


The number and variety of parasites effecting pets in the UK has changed substantially over recent years. Thanks to modern day living with central heating, flea pupae can survive dormant in carpets, soft furnishings and between floorboards, without the pet, for up to 1 year. Lungworm has spread across the country to regions that it previously not been seen in and a recent report found ticks affected 1 in 3 dogs.


Call us to book your free flea and tick check where you will also get preventative treatment options and advice tailored to your pet’s specific needs.


To do this we take into account the local areas parasite make up, as well as your pet’s lifestyle to be able to best advise on the most suitable products. For example, does your dog swim regularly? Is your cat an indoor only cat? Do your pets hunt or scavenge? The answers to these and other questions will help us to determine the most suitable parasite preventative care plan to keep your pet, family and home free from parasites and the diseases they carry.


Watch our video for some surprising pet parasites particulars, then test your knowledge with our quizzes.


Video: Do you want your pets dating these parasites?

Quiz: Do you know your pet parasites? 

Quiz: How Lungworm aware are you?

Evening Talks

Animal Behaviour Evenings with Ali Scott BSc (Hons) PG Dip CABC


Tuesday 20th June 2017 at the Bradley Stoke Hospital, Ferndene, Bristol, BS32 9DT.  Telephone: 01454 275000


- Practical Approaches to the Management of and Treatment of Sound Effects and Phobias


Wednesday 28th June 2017 at our Filton Surgery, 29 Gloucester Road North, Bristol, BS7 0SH.  Telephone: 01174 289077


- Building Stronger Relationships with our Canine and Feline Friends - learn how to read and understand their behaviour


These interesting and ever popular talks will run from 7-9pm and will include a question and answer session at the end.  Drinks and nibbles will be served.


Please call either Bradley Stoke or Filton in order to book your free place or call in and speak to one of our receptionists.


We very much look forward to seeing you, however we regret that we cannot accommodate your pets, so please leave them at home!


Have you ever wondered how you would cope if your pet cut its foot out on a walk?


Would you know what to do if your dog started choking?


How do you do CPR on your pet?


These questions and much more will be covered in our practical demonstration open event at our Filton Surgery (1-2 Cabot Court, 29 Gloucester Road North, Filton BS7 0SH) on Tuesday 13th 2017 at 7pm


First Aid procedures are nearly always a quick event BEFORE going to the vets. A trip to the surgery is nearly always required. But what should you do in those few minutes that can sometimes make a real difference…?


Although our phones are manned by experienced staff 24/7 at our Bradley Stoke hospital, there are some things that you really need to have SEEN to understand, rather than just being told them!


We will be demonstrating how to make an emergency muzzle, how to move an injured dog, how to apply a bandage that won’t fall off in the car, and much more.


To reserve your FREE place please call us on 01174 289077 by 1st June.

Soft drinks and nibbles will be served.  We very much look forward to seeing you, however…please leave your pet at home!

First Aid Demonstration


Rabbit Vaccination Clinic

Is your rabbit due its annual vaccinations?


We are holding a Rabbit Vaccination Clinic at our Bradley Stoke Hospital on Wednesday 14th June 2017.


We recommend that your rabbit is routinely vaccinated against two fatal diseases - Viral Haemorrhagic Disease (HVD) and Myxomatosis. Both can be rapidly fatal in an unvaccinated rabbit and there are no cures once infected. Both viruses can be spread by direct contact between rabbits (wild and domesticated) but also via indirect contact such as people, clothing, shoes, other objects and fleas.


Your rabbit will also receive a full health check from the vet at the same time and can answer any queries or concerns that you may have.


Please call us on 01454 275000 or drop into reception to book an appointment. We look forward to seeing you and your bunny on the 14th!