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Pippa Saunders

What is a Cat Friendly Clinic?
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What is a Cat Friendly Clinic?

We understand that cats possess unique behaviours and requirements when compared to our canine and small mammal patients. Cats are incredibly sensitive, solitary creatures who may feel stressed and/or unsafe when away from their home...

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February 17, 2022
Peter Luscombe | Yeovil Vet Surgeon
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It’s all about teamwork

I have had the privilege of working with some great vets and nurses over my career. But what makes a great vet in practice? I believe any vet is only as good as the team...

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February 16, 2022
Circle of Life by Mark Newton-Clarke
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Circle of Life by Mark Newton-Clarke

Boom, its February and if winter is leaving us alone, signs of new life should be returning.  I think we all look forward to the next couple of months as light gradually gains ascendency over...

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February 16, 2022
COVID-19 Guidance
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Covid-19 Update

I hope this continues to find you well in these difficult times. We appreciate your cooperation in working with us at both surgeries, following our advice and guidelines to keep everyone safe. We acknowledge that...

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October 20, 2021
Peter Luscombe | Yeovil Vet Surgeon
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An update from Peter

We recently cancelled our planned 30-year college reunion (for the second year!) because of the changing international Covid-19 situation. This made me reflect on the changes in our profession and the continuing progress in our...

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October 20, 2021
New In-house Cardiology Referral Service
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New In-house Cardiology Referral Service

Peter has taken a well deserved break this week, giving me the opportunity to write about our new visiting Cardiology Referral Service from HeartVets. For many years we have been carrying out cardiac ultrasounds and...

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July 22, 2021
Cats Are Not Small Dogs!
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Cats Are Not Small Dogs!

As in all walks of life, there are many old sayings in veterinary medicine and one is “a cat is not a small dog”. How true. Vets often specialise in large or small animals, not...

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September 16, 2020

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COVID-19 Guidelines