By

Kim Moore
vet surgery reopens

Welcome Back

We’re so pleased to be able to say that all our surgeries are open and are offering a full range of services again.  The last couple of years have been difficult for all of us and it’s such a great feeling to be able to open our surgery doors and welcome you all back in....
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Cat Vaccine Update

In October 2021, following the national shortage of cat vaccines, we had to pause our vaccination programme. We’re happy to report that the situation is now improving and we are getting more vaccines delivered. We still have a significant backlog of cats to vaccinate, so it may take some time for us to get up...
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Rottingdean Closure

After 46 years of having a surgery in the heart of Rottingdean, we have reluctantly decided to close this branch. The on-going Covid crisis has hit the surgery hard, that and an issue with less vets has meant we need to prioritise the services our hospital provides – in-patient and emergency care for urgent cases...
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Save the Children Christmas Fundraiser

Help us help children in need around the world and in the UK by donating just £2 to our Christmas Jumper Appeal. Every Christmas we do some sort of fundraising to help a charity. This year with so many families in need, we decided to hold our usual Christmas Jumper Day to raise money for...
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Delaying Booster Vaccinations For Cats

You may have seen in the news that there is a national shortage of vaccines for dog and cats. We have now managed to obtain sufficient dog vaccines for the short term, but like most vets, we’ve had to make the difficult decision to postpone booster vaccines for cats until 2022 and prioritise instead the...
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Service Update

We are now able to welcome clients back into all our surgeries. There are different visiting protocols for each branch, which will be explained to you by our reception teams when you make an appointment. All clients must wear a mask and sanitise their hands on entering our buildings and only one person per appointment....
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Pausing new registrations

We’ve made the difficult decision to pause the registration of new clients for all of our surgeries. The pandemic has meant that we have waiting lists for many of our services and so staff and the appointments they’re able to offer are being stretched to capacity. We pride ourselves at Coastway Vets on the rigorous...
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It’s Good To Share

If you’ve had a great experience at one of our surgeries and would like to tell people all about it, you can leave a review on Google. Just search for the Coastway Vets branch you’d like to review in the Google search engine – Brighton, Lewes, Shoreham, Portslade, Woodingdean, Rottingdean or Telscombe – the surgery’s...
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Help Us By Being On Time

The number of appointments that we’re able to offer at each of our surgeries is limited because of the on-going need for social distancing. As we have a reduced number of appointments available, it’s really important for all clients to be on time for their appointments. The impact of late arrivals dramatically affects the smooth...
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Boost and Protect - missed your pets annual health assessment and booster vaccination

Lapsed Vaccine Offer

If you have a dog or cat and you’ve fallen behind in its annual vaccinations due to the Coronavirus lockdown, we can help.  We recommend annual vaccinations for all dogs and cats as they protect them against several potentially fatal diseases. The vaccination appointment also gives us the chance to check the health of your...
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