COVID-19 update: Client advice on what to do during the Coronavirus crisis
A new initiative
"You are made to feel welcome, Spangles actually enjoys coming to see you."
Imagine being able to take your dog to the vets, seeing their tail wag or have your cat walk out of their carrier purring away? This can be a reality at London Road Vets and Hollies Vets.
It's all thanks to a new initiative sweeping veterinary medicine designed to ease the stress, fear and anxiety so many of our pets experience just on a simple trip to the vets.
London Road & Hollies Vets are taking lots of measures to help reduce stress, fear and anxiety for your pet by allowing them to have the best experience possible by taking into account their emotional needs as well as the medical ones.
One thing you can do to help your pets is to ensure they get to the practice in a calm and relaxed state of mind, and these tips will help.
On arrival to the surgery let the reception team know when you have arrived, and they will direct you to the appropriate waiting area.
Use one carrier per cat. Cats like to be able to move around freely and find being in a confined place with other pets stressful.
Carriers with a top opening can make it easier to take a reluctant patient out of the basket.
If you are already a client, book an appointment and put these tips into practice to ensure a stress-free visit.
If you are not registered with London Road or Hollies Vets then why not get started by filling a form?
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The Hollies Veterinary Clinic
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