Stokewood Veterinary Centre - Bournemouth BH3 7NA

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Address:
5 Stoke Wood Road , Bournemouth , Bournemouth BH3 7NA

Phone:
01202 532817

Email:
stokewoodvet@gmail.com

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Meyrick Park, Stokewood Road (S-bound) - 245 feet south

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Stokewood Veterinary Centre is located in the Bournemouth area of Bournemouth. There are at least 4 other listings in the BH3 postcode area.

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The Diagnostic imaging done by Adrian , showed a large mass on Coco’s left lung . A surgical plan was put into place and Coco had a thoracotomy (open chest surgery) to facilitate partial lobectomy (partial lung removed). Our team did an amazing job in keeping her stable throughout this tricky procedure, and Coco’s pain relief was well controlled. She bounced out of the hospital just a few days later and has been back to her usual self. WELL DONE!!
6/17/2019 10:01:37 AM

And a cat… or a dog… or both!
6/13/2019 9:54:46 AM

It's Tongue out Tuesday!
6/11/2019 9:46:23 AM

The theme of this year’s Rabbit Awareness Week is RVHD2 – a variant of RVHD1 that can be fatal to our bunnies if they’re not vaccinated against it! What is RVHD2? Rabbit Viral Haemorrhagic Disease 2 is a new strain of RVHD that first appeared around 4 years ago in 2015. Just like RVHD1, it causes rabbits to suffer internal bleeding and is as good as symptomless in its early stages. When symptoms do occur, they’re easy to mistake for symptoms of other conditions. How is it transmitted? The RVHD2 virus is stubborn. In fact, it can survive in its environment for up to 6 months – especially in colder climates. This contradicts what many owners believe: that RVHD can only survive in/on an infected bunny and can therefore only be transmitted directly from rabbit to rabbit. Whilst this is true, the virus can enter your rabbit’s environment in all sorts of other ways: From insect or bird droppings From the wind From the soles of shoes or other pets’ paws From car tyres From the droppings of other infected rabbits From human clothes and hands Thankfully, a simple vaccination and annual booster can drastically lower your bunny’s chances of contracting RVHD 1 or 2. We’ll usually administer these separately – one vaccination against VHD1 and Myxomatosis and a second vaccination designed specifically to prevent RVHD2. We’ll happily advise on a suitable course of vaccinations and boosters for your bunnies. As an owner, the most important thing you can do is make sure they make all of their appointments! In the meantime, Happy Rabbit Awareness Week everyone! For further info, don’t hesitate to get in touch.
6/3/2019 8:56:17 AM

Rabbit Awareness Week 1st - 9th June Many rabbits in the UK are not vaccinated against this deadly disease and are therefore at risk. This year we are asking all rabbit owners in the UK to make sure that their rabbits are vaccinated against this and other fatal diseases.
5/31/2019 11:18:58 AM

Dogs can be incredibly smart but—when it comes to trusting humans—they are as naive as a little kid. Watching Boby getting completely confused when his owner disappear right in front of his eyes makes us laugh and awwww at the same time.We love seeing our clients having fun 🐩Does your pet love tricks?#stokewoodvets#
5/29/2019 10:18:16 AM

Jumping into the weekend like. . . Happy Friday everyone!Have a lovely bank holiday weekend
5/24/2019 10:27:42 AM

Through the dedication of our vet and extended patient care team we are able to treat a variety of clinical conditions...from exotic pets to open chest surgeries. We passionately believe that every animal entrusted into our care should be treated with the same love and respect as if it was our own. We never stop challenging the accepted norms in life saving treatment.#stokewoodVets#
5/22/2019 10:45:08 AM

Darcy decided she would like to work on reception🐶 The perks of Alison's job is getting to cuddle cuties like this.
5/20/2019 4:29:15 PM

Could your pet have an allergy? Did you know you can have blood tests done to find out if your pet has an allergy? PAW - Pet Allergy is taking place throughout the whole months of May, June and July and we'd like to make all of our lovely clients aware that we will be offering 25% off all allergy blood tests.
5/14/2019 10:34:46 AM

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