Richard, Ann and Damien are delighted to announce that we have joined forces with CVS (UK) Ltd to take the practice forward to the next phase of its development.
This is great news for clients and for horses. The day to day running of the Equine Veterinary Centre will not change as all the vets and staff will continue in the same roles.
You will have the same dedicated vets, same friendly office staff, same discounted zone days, same 24 hour cover 365 days a year and the same(or potentially cheaper) prices!
The added benefits of being associated with a larger group is that we will have greater ability to utilise the most up to date veterinary equipment which includes the acquisition of a new in house laboratory machine to provide same day blood and sample results, access to visiting specialists and some fabulous new offers.
To show our commitment to affordable and dedicated veterinary services, from February we will introduce our Mi horse health plan. For under £10 a month per horse you will receive annual flu and/or tetanus vaccination, general health check with a report, full dental exam and routine floating(plus fixed price sedation if required), faecal worm egg counts, 10% off all veterinary treatments and medication and 20% off lifetime care medicines. (And discounts for multiple horses registered!) Further information and link to register will be available in February.
We are really excited about the future. By partnering with CVS we can invest in the future development of the people, equipment, and facilities at the Equine Veterinary Centre that have made us the most dedicated equine veterinary service in the area.
Please feel free to contact us to discuss this new development or register your interest in the Mi horse health plan on 01977 652280
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