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...
FREE Rabbit MOT’s for Rabbit Awareness Week We will be holding FREE RABBIT MOT’s to support Rabbit Awareness Week, from 19th to the 30th of June 2017 simply call the practice on 0115 922 4855 to make your FREE appointment. This year’s RAW campaign, organised by Burgess Pet Care, is focused on raising the importance of feeding hay in rabbit diets, after findings in the PDSA Animal Wellbeing 2016 report showed that 30% of rabbit owners report their rabbits don’t have constant access to fre...Click Here
Does your pet need a new year weight loss resolution? Join Churchcroft’s Pet Fit Club for free and give your pet a healthy future.Click Here
Research has shown that one in three dogs and one in four cats are overweight or obese. Just as with people this leads to avoidable diseases such as diabetes, arthritis, heart disease and certain types of cancer.
The solution is in your hands and Churchcroft Vets are here to help you. Our experts will assess your pet’s weight loss needs and discuss with you the ...
Another year older- is it starting to show?http://churchcroftvet.co.uk/our-services/emergency-vetsClick Here
New year is often a time to review and perhaps realise that our youngsters are not so young anymore. From the age of seven the aging process begins in our furry friends.
Everyone can see when pets are ancient but the earlier signs of ageing are more subtle. Early recognition of ageing changes can allow for appropriate life style changes to be made to enhance quality of life.
We are supporting p...
Get into the Christmas spirit and help animals in need by joining in with Churchcroft’s Christmas quiz- there’s Champagne for the winner!Click Here
Alongside the quiz, as is now traditional here at Christmas, there will be a mince pie competition to be judged to assess which of Churchcroft’s team have the best baking skills. Of course there will also be mulled wine to help the brain cells fire up for the quiz questions.
The quiz is animal based and questions range from simple stuff about pet c...
ARTHRITIS AWARENESS MONTH (Early Christmas Gift For Your Best Friend)Click Here
As the days get colder and wetter, many arthritic pets start to show more signs of stiffness and slowing down.
As arthritic pets are usually older pets this is often incorrectly interpreted as signs of aging. However, unlike aging, arthritis can be treated effectively. With a personalised regime, even very stiff and sore patients can be helped to become comfortable and mobile.
The correct diet, exercise regime, pain ...
FIREWORKS – DON’T LET YOUR DOG SUFFER NEEDLESSLYClick Here
The fireworks season lasts from late October to New year these days with Guy Fawkes night usually lasting a couple of weeks followed by sporadic bursts until a spectacular finale at New year. Unfortunately, it’s a rubbish time of year for many dogs and cats (and let’s not forget rabbits and guinea pigs out in the garden) who are petrified of the bangs and flashes. Some dogs in particular are very fearful and will cower under the bed or de...
Dog owners, are you lungworm aware?Click Here
Following the recent death of a dog in Nottingham caused by lungworm infestation, reported in the Nottingham Post, we are continuing their push to make sure all dog owners are well informed about this serious problem.
Lungworm has been spreading across the U.K. for many years now and we have seen two cases here at Churchcroft Vets. Fortunately ...
Have you got a happy hopper? Would you know if your bunny had a low grade health disorder? Do you know what preventative care you need to arrange to keep your rabbit in good health? Research by the PDSA shows that most rabbit owners can only recognise a problem when their bunny is very poorly. Rabbit Awareness Week aims to address this.Click Here
We are supporting Rabbit Awareness Week with free health checks for rabbits and a free rabbit information day on Saturday June 18th from 2-4pm. There will be ...
2016 has seen some real changes for pet owners in Nottingham. There is a new law now in force with a £500 fine for those who have not microchipped their dogs.Click Here
In addition, Churchcroft Veterinary Centre has identified a tick that is new to the area and has the potential to spread devastating disease especially amongst dogs.
This is therefore a really important time to make sure you are fully up to date with preventative care for your pet.
Fortunately, we are holding our new low prices of ...
To help avoid the £500 fine we have a choice of microchips on special offer to choose from, ranging from £10-£25Click Here
The law has been brought in to reduce the shocking number of stray dogs in the U.K. and hence reduce the number of traffic accidents and other problems to which stray dogs contribute.
To help ensure that all dogs are legally compliant by the due date, here at Churchcroft we have offers on two types of microchip.
The basic microchip is on offer for just £10. This is a stan...
Have you recently got a new puppy or kitten or are you getting one soon? Churchcroft Vets have a great offer for you.Click Here
How the offer works
Vaccines are vital to prevent fatal diseases in dogs and cats. The initial protection needs 2 injections given a few weeks apart. Usually, since this involves twice the amount of vaccine, this is more expensive than a top-up vaccination. However, as a new year special offer the team here at Churchcroft Vets are offering a full course of vaccines at just...
Did you know that puppies have a critical learning period before 12 weeks old?Click Here
During that first 12 weeks they will accept new experiences without fear which prevents a lot of problems that owners of unsocialised puppies experience. Poorly socialised puppies can be aggressive to other dogs or fearful and yappy.
Puppies that are well socialised as youngsters become more sociable adult dogs who are easier to walk amongst other dogs and are generally better canine citizens.
Churchcroft Vets have...