What does it mean to be an Accredited Practice?

We are a RCVS Accredited Practice (Tier 2) which means that we are regularly inspected by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons to ensure that we provide the highest standards of veterinary care. All our vets are required to regularly attend courses to keep...

Osteoarthritis in old pets

Osteoarthritis is inflammation of the cartilage, bone, membrane and fluid of the joints. We see it very commonly at Redleaves. It is estimated that 20% of dogs over 1 year of age suffer from osteoarthritis which may even be an underestimate especially in certain...

Our fabulous nurses

Did you know, our fabulous nurses also offer a range of appointments? Book in today for: – nail clips – weight clinics – flea and worm checks We look forward to seeing you soon! Lovely, friendly, caring, all the staff are fantastic from the...

Meet Buddy the adorable boxer

Meet Buddy the adorable boxer who is with Jaquie one of our nurses. Jaquie has been training and working very hard the last 2 years and has recently passed her final practical exams and is now a qualified registered veterinary nurse ! Congratulations Jaquie Lovely,...

Our new vet nurse Sam

Welcome to our new nurse Sam who joined our great team of nurses this week. Here’s Sam with handsome George, who is still a little sleepy after his dental treatment. Lovely, friendly, caring, all the staff are fantastic from the secretaries to the nurses to the...

*Grass seed alert*

*Be aware of grass seed* This beautiful dog Millie had a grass seed stuck in her ear! Millie had to be sedated for it to be removed, she has since made a full recovery.   Pet Health Tips To minimise the risks of grass seeds affecting your pet, keep their fur cut...

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