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The Seasoned RVN’s Perspective

  The last nurse’s blog was from our newest qualified member of the team Kim. In this blog, it’s time to learn about someone at the other end of the spectrum. My name is Andy and I qualified a whole 18 years ago (I know, I don’t look that old!). My training experience was very…

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Cycling in the Spring!

  May has seen lots of activity with spring calving herds serving flat out.  Cows have generally done well, with few problems with non-bullers.  Plenty of people have been serving heifers off a double prostaglandin (prelim/estrumate) programme, with reports that they have bulled strongly and AI has gone well – hopefully PD results will be…

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My Badge Journey...

Want to be a Veterinary Nurse? This was my Journey…

  I always wanted to be a veterinary nurse but was never aware that training at a practice was possible and when I enquired more about it I was shocked at how few training practices there were locally, how long the waiting list was and the demand and wait to begin training. Fenton Vets gave…

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What is a Cat Friendly Clinic?

  The International Society of Feline Medicine (ISFM) is an organisation that is dedicated to improving the health and welfare of cats worldwide. As members of ISFM we at Fenton Vets understand the unique difficulties that cat owners face when having to bring their cats into the clinic: · Cats don’t travel well and feel unsafe…

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Brendan’s Carten Feat

  We’re very proud of our TB Tester, Brendan Griffin, who cycled 100 miles from Cardiff to Tenby over the weekend as part of the annual Carten event. He braved the wind to raise money for a very worthy Charity, Latch, which is the Welsh Children’s Cancer Charity. His Just Giving page can be found here…

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Practice Open Day

  Following our successful open day on Sunday 23rd April we just wanted to say how lovely it was to show clients old and new around our fantastic newly refurbished practice. The staff took pride in showing people around the new facilities. The comments from clients were so kind and really nice to hear: “The…

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Farm Open Evening

  I’m writing this following our successful open evening for our Farm Clients, but before our big Open Day on Sunday 23rd of April. One item which created a lot of interest was an old invoice ledger dating back to 1956-60, which listed all our Farm Clients at the time as well as the work…

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The 6 Commonest Poisoning Enquiries in Pets

The Easter period here at Fenton Vets usually guarantees a few phone calls from worried owners whose pets have stolen and eaten chocolate Easter eggs.  Chocolate is the commonest and one of the better-known toxins which can affect pets.  It contains theobromine, which though fine for us, can cause vomiting and diarrhoea in cats and…

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Say No to Nuts!

  Spring is coming, the days are getting longer and the feline members of our society are getting frisky! Cats can reproduce at any time of the year but often come into season with the long days of spring and summer. Recently I have been presented with a couple of older male cats to neuter;…

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