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Purton Veterinary Group


  77 High Street

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We offer our clients a partnership of lifelong care giving the very best of first opinion small animal veterinary treatment. Our main surgery is based in Purton, West Swindon, with a branch surgery in Cricklade. Our emphasis is on helping you keep your pets in perfect health. We provide access to all the services your pet needs. Come and meet us. We offer a free registration health assessment so you can find out more about us.

The case of the missing kebab Daisy was not her normal self. A Cocker Spaniel should be full of life, have more energy and always be keen for some food. Nichola knew there was a problem that needed some investigation rather than conservative treatment. Daisy's abdomen was slightly uncomfortable but not very painful, she allowed us to feel deep inside but resented us pushing our hands towards her stomach. Her owner explained that she had vomited 2 weeks ago and had then stopped but recently started vomiting again. She had a fever and was rather listless. Read full article here.....

The Cats Protection cabin has arrived!! Graeme and Jos have recently registered as volunteers for the Cats Protection joining 6800 others who work to help improve cat welfare. The practice will help look after cats while they wait to be rehomed and we all look forward to contributing towards the excellent work of the Wootton Bassett Branch, the most proactive Branch we have ever worked with. Rachael, one of our veterinary nurses, has been a cats protection volunteer for a few years now and seems to get all the pregnant females to care for. Nichola, one of our veterinary surgeons, became a volunteer soon after joining the practice and currently has 2 cats sharing her home. Amber, our Practice Manager, is a fosterer at the surgery. That means nearly half our staff now volunteer for Cats Protection and the other half help out as much as they can anyway.Read full article here.....

Special Offer on Microchips in June June 01, 2009 Microchip Your Pet For Life Purton Veterinary Group is supporting National Microchip month by offering 2 great deals for microchipping your pets!Read full article here.....

Specialist Services We offer a broad range of services with special interests in dermatology, diagnostic imaging, cardiology, and internal medicine. We have a practice policy of referral to specialists if required rather than as a last resort. Our staff are highly skilled and we invest in continuing education which enables us to deal with all but the most complicated of surgery and medicine. We work closely with the only Specialist Veterinary Hospital in Swindon, Great Western Referrals, staffed by Recognised Europ

Trade Bodies / Associations British Veterinary Association; Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons; Feline Advisory Bureau; Society of Practicing Veterinary Surgeons; Cats Protection; Veterinary Practice Management Association.

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