The Minster Veterinary Centre Blog

Minster is Coming……. To Bingham!

Building work is well underway for our brand new practice at 37 Moorbridge Road, Bingham. https://goo.gl/maps/GUq3dSDLevBt9BKq7 We plan to open Mid January 2020 but are at the mercy of the builders and suppliers to make sure we are ready to hit the ground running. We will have a spacious waiting area, with  a separate quiet…

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Small Animal veterinary Surgeon Required

We are a privately owned, client friendly mixed practice in Nottinghamshire with 3 fully functioning surgeries and two branch practices soon to be opening a 4th surgical site in Bingham. We require an additional small animal vet due to the expansion however the position doesn’t necessarily have to be based from the Bingham site. The…

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Dog vomit – Is It All The Same?

If your dog is vomiting, most people will rightly get a little worried. Dogs are very good at vomiting as a natural process to clear things they regret eating as well when they are actually ill. This short guide can give a little help when deciding if you need to call a vet or monitor…

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Rabbit Awareness Month – June 2019

Rabbit Awareness Week (#RAW2019) is an annual event to increase the public awareness of the health needs for pet rabbits in the UK. This year’s Rabbit Awareness Week theme is ‘Protect and Prevent’ and will be raising awareness around Rabbit Viral Haemorrhagic Disease 2 (RVHD2). RVHD2 is a new variant of the RVHD1 virus which…

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Minster Veterinary Centre Ophthalmic Referrals

Here at the Minster Veterinary Centre we are very fortunate to have our own Ophthalmologist. He is qualified to undertake BVA panel work and eye referral work. He recently had the pleasure of helping a lovely Boxer dog called Maisie who was suffering from bilateral nictitans membrane prolapse (cherry eye). Surgery has previously been undertaken…

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Alpacas: Wonderful Creatures That Need Specific Care. They Are Not Just Funny Looking Sheep That Spit!

  Alpacas are rapidly increasing in popularity with an estimated 45,000 now living in the UK. As a profession, vets’ understanding of these animals has increased hugely in recent years thanks to ongoing research and experience. Historically they would often have been treated as oddly shaped sheep! However these days we have the knowledge and…

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