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Service Update

The following temporary service changes have been put in place to protect our staff and you, our clients, from infection from Covid-19. They will be in place...
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Brighton Welcomes Clients Back

From Monday 6th July we’ll be welcoming clients back to our Brighton surgery. Throughout the lockdown our veterinary hospital has only been open for emergency appointments seeing...
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Lewes Reopens

Vets Paul and Jeremy are looking forward to welcoming back all our Lewes clients from next Monday the 29th June when we reopen our Lewes surgery. We’ll...
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Cattery Closure

The coronavirus pandemic hasn’t just affected the way we provide veterinary care, it has also unfortunately lead to the closure of our Coastway Cattery. The current travel...
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Closing Hydrotherapy

Some of you may already know that before the lockdown, we temporarily closed our Hydrotherapy Centre. We did this because of major maintenance issues that we haven’t...
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Woodingdean reopens for vaccinations

Our Woodingdean surgery is reopening from Thursday 14th May for vaccination clinics, this will be the only type of service offered at present. The branch will be...
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Restarting insurance claims

We are slowly re-starting the administration of insurance claims, but we do have quite a large backlog so this may take some time. Please bear with us,...
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Neutering

Neutering was put on hold at our surgeries because of the Coronavirus pandemic and the need to socially distance in our surgeries. Although we are still not...
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Cat Welfare

We’ve put together some service information, plus a selection of tips and advice on keeping cats happy during the lockdown from Cats Protection. Visiting the vet Because...
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Adder bites

We are currently seeing a lot of dogs with adder bites in the surgery. Adders are common around Brighton, on the Downs, wild parklands and grassy areas....
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Donating PPE to the NHS

We’ve all heard in the news about the problems that the NHS has been experiencing with getting hold of enough PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) to safeguard its...
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How to order repeat medication

Is your pet on long term medication? If it is and you usually order your medication at your local surgery, you may be wondering while the lockdown...
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Vaccination Update

We know that during the lockdown one of the biggest concerns for our clients has been vaccinations and maintaining protection against preventable diseases in our pets. It’s...
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Please respect our team

There have been an increasing number of nasty incidents where clients are verbally abusing our staff. We are doing all we physically can given the government and...
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Behind the scenes during lockdown

It’s been several weeks since the lockdown started and we thought you might be interested to see and hear a bit about how things are behind the...
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Covid-19 Update: Only Brighton, Shoreham and Telscombe open for emergency appointments

Coastway Lewes, Portslade, Woodingdean and Rottingdean are now closed following the recent government directive. Coastway Brighton, Shoreham and Telscombe are closed for routine appointments, but are still...
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Cancer fundraiser

Our Kemp Town vet, David James recently took part in a charity fundraising boxing match at the Grand Hotel Brighton, to raise money for Cancer Research UK....
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Our StreetVet superstars

The StreetVet teams are a familiar sight in the centre of Brighton on a Sunday afternoon. Several of our staff volunteer for this registered charity including Guy,...
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Portslade expansion

You may have noticed that our Portslade surgery has been extended. This busy clinic needed extra space behind the scenes for separate dog and cat wards, an...
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