Early May Bank Holiday Opening Hours

Bank Holiday Opening Hours:Friday 8th May: Closed Bank HolidaySaturday 9th May: 08:30 - 13:00Sunday 10th May: ClosedMonday 11th May: 08:00 - 19:00 (please call before going to the practice)For all emergency care outside of these hours,…
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Read the latest Molecare Pet Vets newsletter!

Have a read of our Spring newsletter, we have lots of information for you to catch up on!

*** Coronavirus Update – 25th March***

Molecare Pet Vets is still open but we will be providing urgent and emergency care only. Please see the notice below for full details.In a rapidly changing world, the Molecare Team have adapted to safeguard the health of our staff and…

***CORONAVIRUS***

A message to all of our clientsIt is with great sadness that we see the COVID-19 spread across the UK at alarming speed.As a result, we are introducing some changes to the way we operate in order to protect our clients and our staff…

Read the latest Molecare Pet Vets news!

Have a read of our Winter Newsletter, we have lots of information for you to catch up on!The topics include:Spleen Tumours in dogs Protecting your pets in the Winter Why sometimes multiple tests are necessary for an accurate diagnosis …

Christmas Opening Hours 2019

Please be advised of our Christmas Opening Hours for 2019 below:Christmas Eve - 08:00 - 17:00 Christmas Day - CLOSED Boxing Day - CLOSED New Year's Day - CLOSEDOn all other days we will be open during our normal business hours.For…

August Bank Holiday

Opening Hours:We will be open from 8am-4pm on bank holiday Monday (26th August).For out of hours veterinary cover, please contact EVEs on 01392 284217.

Summer Dangers - Blue-Green Algae

Some dogs just love to swim in the summer, but watch out for blue-green algae… ingestion of this can be lethal for your pet!Blue green algae is in fact a type of bacteria known as cyanobacteria. They have the appearance of algae or scum…

This Summer's Pet Superstar

Angus came in to visit our vet Alexia late on a Friday evening. His owner was concerned that she had seen him ingest a sewing needle!Angus bounced into the practice and was most pleased to see us whilst also being totally normal on examination.…

Check out our Summer Newsletter!

Busy, busy, busy! Summer 2019, we hear you say?!There is never a dull moment here at Molecare, and this summer is no exception.Why not have a read of our latest newsletter to find out what we've been up to.In this season's edition,…

Are dental x-rays important?

Opinion has been growing amongst specialists and general practitioners alike, that dental x-rays are now an integral part of dental procedures, and dentals performed on animals should always involve a dental x-ray unless a specific reason prevents…

The latest from Pet Vets

Ahhh..... Spring. January blues are well and truly out the way.As always, we have been busy busy busy at Molecare.Take a look at this season's newsletter, inside we have:Troublesome kidneys - Kidney problems are extremely common…