News & Events – Pets

  • Friars Moor support Shaftesbury School Careers Fair Jul 11, 2017 Friars Moor were asked join in the Shaftesbury School Careers Fair on June the 28th. The Fair was designed to provide inspiration and information to young adults in years 10 and 12 in various areas of study and employment. Vet Alison Allen and Veterinary Nurse Lucy Jones set up their stall in the Sixth Form ...
  • Vets and nurses treated to diarrhoea talk at lunchtime! Jul 10, 2017 Friars Moor Pet Veterinary Services - Dorset, Somerset and WiltshireIn May we were delighted to have Flo Juvet, DVM, Dip ECVIM, MRCVS,  European Specialist in Small Animal Medicine from Southern Counties Vet Specialists, present a lecture on the delicate topic of diarrhoea to a group of hungry vets and nurses over lunch. Luckily, vets and nurses have notoriously strong stomachs! The lecture provided us ...
  • It’s all about the dogs at Durweston Country Fayre! May 16, 2017 We were delighted last weekend to support Durweston Country Fayre’s dog show for the third year. Vet and practice director, Anthony Wilkinson, attended and enjoyed presenting rosettes and a goody bag to the winners of each class. It was great to see so many waggy tails in attendance and we were very pleased to hear they raised ...
  • Important information for all poultry owners Apr 11, 2017 Friars Moor Vets 60 years in the community - established 1957All poultry in England are to be allowed outside from Thursday 13 April 2017 following updated evidence on the risk posed by wild birds.  Please follow this link for further information: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/updated-measures-to-protect-poultry-against-avian-flu  
  • Itchy and scratchy pets! Apr 7, 2017 Small Talk newsletter coverOn Wednesday 29th March our small animal vets and nurses enjoyed an evening presentation by a dermatology certificate holder on ‘Allergic Skin Disease’. These are conditions that tend to cause your pets to have marked itchy episodes with red skin, scabs and often hair loss, this includes flea bite dermatitis, which is seen all year round ...

 

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Each time we walk through the surgery door at Friars Moor, we know that our pets are in the very best hands, and we feel that our pets deserve nothing less.
Kelly & Rich Poulter
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