Hot Air Ballooning Veterinary Surgeon joins Churchcroft Veterinary Centre
Lisette Van Dissel has joined the Churchcroft team having left Ark Vets in Chilwell to reunite with George and Jon in the all new expanded practice. Previously Lisette worked with George and Jon at Priory Vets in the late 1990s.
Lisette has more than 20 years veterinary experience and is particularly interested in medicine especially in older animals. She also has a passion for animal welfare. Lisette has been on several stray animal neutering trips and most recently went to Bosnia with Dog's Trust to assist in training local vets in how to neuter street dogs (see photo). Lisette is also a Trustee for SNIP International, a charity that donates trap-neuter-return equipment to animal welfare groups all over the world.
Lisette has two dogs and two cats, all rescues. Out of work she is a keen hot air ballooner. For more photos of Lisette and her pets see our "meet the team" page in the "about us" tab.
As well as having an interest in medicine Lisette is a qualified acupuncture therapist. Acupuncture can be a useful additional treatment for chronic pain such as with arthritis in both dogs and cats.
George, head vet at Churchcroft, says “We are very pleased to welcome Lisette to the team. High quality veterinary surgeons are in short supply and having worked with Lisette before I know she is one of them.
CALLING ALL RABBIT OWNERS. We have just had a rabbit die from myxomatosis. This can be prevented by vaccination. If your bunny is not vaccinated please make an urgent appointment to get this done. All rabbits are at risk including indoor only rabbits.
FREE rabbit and guinea pig consultations in celebration of Rabbit Awareness Week. From the 2nd to the 9th of June. Our nurses will give a health check, discuss current rabbit/guinea pig topics and address any concerns you might have about your rabbit or guinea pig.
This really is a fabulous offer.
Make sure you don't miss out by booking your appointment today on 0115 922 4855
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Has your dog, cat or rabbit slowed down this winter, maybe started acting a bit older, coat looking less well groomed? They may be suffering from arthritis, please call us now on 0115 922 4855 for a free checkup.
It's cold outside! A reminder to keep your rabbits and guinea pigs warm and dry with plenty of high quality hay (and clean, fresh water too).
These two rabbits are enjoying each other's company.
We'd love to see photo's of your rabbits and guinea pigs enjoying some quality time with you. Tag us in so we can enjoy too.
FREE VET ARTHRITIS CONSULTATION
Call 0115 922 4855 to book your appointment.
Has your dog, cat or rabbit slowed down this winter, maybe started acting a bit older, coat looking less well groomed?
Churchcroft Vets are keen to help owners give their arthritic pets a better quality of life by offering free arthritis consultations and treatment during January and February. We also have some limited stock of FREE trial pain killers for new cases diagnosed in this time.
Call 0115 922 4855 and take a dvantage of this special offer.
At this time of year when the weather gets colder some pets become less keen to get out of bed and exercise or maybe become less keen to socialise with the family. Owners frequently mistake these signs as old age but they are more often symptoms of arthritis. Colder weather makes arthritic joints stiffer so the signs of arthritis become more apparent at this time of year. Any ONE of these signs can indicate your pet has arthritis:
1) Hesitating to jump onto the sofa / into the car
2) Licking at a joint e.g. a wrist or an elbow
3) Toileting in the house
4) Being less keen to go for a walk or into the garden
5) Getting less keen to be stroked
6) Losing coat condition, grooming less
7) Becoming bad tempered with other pets
8) Appearing stiff when walking or dragging back feet along the ground
9) Gaining weight despite no change in feeding
If your pet has ANY ONE of these signs then they may have arthritis and be in pain.
A professional veterinary examination can pinpoint areas of discomfort and joints with reduced movement. Owners whose pets are treated for arthritis often report that their pet becomes much happier and more playful and generally seems younger.
CALL 0115 922 4855 to book your appointment today.
Does anyone recognise this little guy?
Found on Bramcote Lane looking a little lost. He is a middle to old aged neutered male and is wearing a blue collar. He is in fair condition, not injured. We'd like to speak to his owner if anyone can put them in touch with us?
We were lucky to have Churchcroft recommended to us over 5 years ago when Daisy joined us as a puppy. When we rescued Lacey we never expected to spend so much time with you. Lacey could not have had better care than that which she received from everyone associated with Churchcroft. Although the outcome was not what we wanted the extra time that she had with us was down to the expert vetinary care she received. We can never thank you enough for the care and compassion shown to her, Daisy and us h...
Thank you for your exceptional care and treatment of Howie
Zoe & Tim
We really appreciate all the care, support and your patience in answering all of our questions. Your kindness really helped us through. Thank you.
Sinead & Will
Thank you so much for the way you care for Tom. With your guidance he's doing so well and I have no doubt he's in the best hands.
Jen, Keith, Fred and Tommie
We couldn't have asked for more. Thank you.
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