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...
Here at Churchcroft we are celebrating the achievements of 1st year trainee veterinary nurse Lisa. Lisa got the highest score in passing her end of year exam with flying colours.Click Here
Lisa now enters her final year to qualify as a Registered Veterinary Nurse and Churchcroft are confident of another impressive performance.
Megan Godden who has recently graduated from Nottingham vet school, has joined the team at Churchcroft to help ease the growing case load at the new surgery.Click Here
Megan says “I’m really enjoying being part of this friendly team. The clients are brilliant here and I have been made to feel very welcome.”
We have recently completed extensive expansion and modernisation works here at Churchcroft Vets. Our local MP Anna Soubry observes that “Julia, George and the rest of the team at Churchcroft Vets are an invaluable asset to the community they serve. Their investment in the practice shows that high quality businesses will thrive in Beeston”.Click Here
We are pleased to have our practice upgrades noted. It is our aim to offer the highest quality veterinary services to the area.
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.Click Here
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 T...
We are now well into the final phase of our all new surgery! Whilst the new waiting room is being built, complete with quieter areas for nervous pets, we have a temporary waiting room and reception at the rear of the building.Click Here
We are open as usual and as always George or Jon are available on the phone 24 hours a day should you have an emergency.
The practice has been completely rebuilt with new consulting rooms, a new theatre, a new imaging suite, new kennels and a reception that has doubled in size. All the public areas and kennels are fully air conditioned too.Click Here
For a long time we have been wanting to expand the practice to reflect the type of modern medicine and surgery that we offer. Thankfully we’re almost there. There has been a huge amount of work and considerable disruption for our staff and clients during the process but it w...
George has recently found a dog carrying a tick called Dermacentor Reticulatus which it had caught in Bramcote. There are some frequently asked questions addressed below.Click Here
1) Where did the dog catch the tick?
A – The dog caught the tick in Bramcote Woods. She had not been walked anywhere else for several days.
2) Was the dog that was carrying the tick unwell?
A - Yes. The dog was off colour, not wanting to run around. She is doing well now though.
3) What was different about the tick...
Work has started on the extension to the practice. This is due to complete in February 2016. We are really excited about the extended kennels and operating area along with the refurbishment that we will have when the work is finished.Click Here