Pet Health Club

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

  • Cheryl the HERO!

    This is Cheryl, she is Alison the vet's cat, Cheryl has just donated blood for the first time. She is blood type A and has been rewarded for her donation with treats.

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  • Say no to Flystrike

    Flystrike can happen at anytime however is more common in summer months...

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  • Rabbit Awareness Week

    Rabbit Awareness Week is approaching (2nd-10th June). We will be offering complimentary check ups for Rabbit owners across this week...

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Latest Blogs

Be Lungworm Aware...

Be Lungworm Aware...

Posted 12th July 2018

Are your pets protected? Lungworm is spread to dogs when they eat snails and slugs, but also by eating the grass they have been on! Make sure your dog is protected against this sneaky parasite.

Female cat found...

Female cat found...

Posted 12th July 2018

This female cat was found in Kingshill Road, Dursley yesterday. This lovely girl is not microchipped and is presumed to be a stray. If you have lost a cat of this description please contact the practice directly. We will require some proof that she is your cat

Could your pet be a life saver?

Could your pet be a life saver?

Posted 9th July 2018

Vale Vets have a blood donor register for CATS & DOGS to promote awareness of pet blood donation and we NEED to recruit prospective new blood donors NOW!

Cool down your bunny...

Cool down your bunny...

Posted 4th July 2018

Adding a frozen bottle of water to your rabbit’s cage is a great way to cool the air down for your bunny. Just use a normal plastic bottle with water and place in the freezer until ready.