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Our Pet Health Club allows you to spread the cost of caring for your pet throughout the year. It covers all of your pet's routine health care needs.

 

Valevets News

  • PET BLOOD DONORS WANTED!

    We are currently looking to update our list of blood donors for use in emergencies.

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  • Puppy parties for 2018

    ...Vale vets Animal Hospital re-vamped puppy parties for 2018

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  • New Baby!

    ...was Jemima, was pregnant after an accidental "sleep over" mixing between the males & females.

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Latest Blogs

Meet Rodney

Meet Rodney

Posted 21st February 2018

Meet Rodney a Bedlington Terrier Cross Cocker Spaniel or ‘Cockerton’. It was his first visit for grooming at Barks & Bubbles with us today. Ann our groomer said he was absolutely lovely & looks forward to seeing him a his next pampering session.

Vale Vets is sponsoring the Big Burn

Vale Vets is sponsoring the Big Burn

Posted 20th February 2018

Vale Vets are super excited to donate a prize to the fab team at Cycling for such a good cause. There are still places left on the 'Big Burn' find out how you can get involved below & good luck to Sean & the team!

TOADS ON ROADS!

TOADS ON ROADS!

Posted 16th February 2018

Common Toads are very particular about where they breed & often migrate back to their ancestral breeding ponds each year. They follow the same route, regardless of what gets in their way, which sometimes leads to them crossing roads. This little chap was found on the Portishead to Clevedon road & spent the night here having a bit of TLC before being released into a toad friendly area on the nature reserve.

EXERCISING PUPPIES

EXERCISING PUPPIES

Posted 15th February 2018

This is an X-ray of a 2 week old puppy. You can see how far the bones have to grow before they become a proper bony joint! We advise new puppy owners not to over exercise their puppy due to concerns about joint disorders such as hip and elbow dysplasia.