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Veterinary Nurse

Friars Moor Vets are looking for a registered veterinary nurse for maternity cover, with the potential for permanent role to a suitable candidate. We are a forward thinking, independent, thriving veterinary practice in North Dorset with clinics in Sturminster Newton, Shaftesbury and Blandford.
This is a full time position,

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Small Animal Vet

Owing to continued expansion and the retirement of a director Friars Moor Vets in beautiful North Dorset are now looking to recruit a small animal vet.

Our aim is to give excellent first opinion service and be the practice of choice in the local area but also be a place where people enjoy coming to work. 

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Physiotherapy

Pet physiotherapy with Sarah Nehammer

Sessions now available with Sarah Nehammer Chartered Veterinary Physiotherapist (ACPAT MCSP).

Is your dog or cat suffering from muscle or joint aches and pain? Have they recently had surgery? Do you enjoy sports such as dog agility or gun dog training with your dog and want to improve their performance?

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Sessions available with Veterinary Physiotherapist, Chartered (ACPAT MCSP)

Sessions now available with Sarah Nehammer – Chartered Veterinary Physiotherapist (ACPAT MCSP)
“Is your dog or cat suffering from muscle or joint aches and pain? Have they recently had surgery? Do you enjoy sports such as dog agility or gun dog training with your dog and want to improve their performance?

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New Shaftesbury branch now open!

Our new and improved small animal branch in Shaftesbury opened today and welcomed its first visitors of the morning.

The new branch now has a fully equipped operating theatre, longer opening hours from 8.30am to 6pm every weekday, nurse clinics daily and Saturday morning vet consultations. The clinic is in a new purpose built facility adjacent to the old clinic at the Wincombe Business Park in Shaftesbury which this year celebrates it’s 10 year anniversary.

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Pet Travel Scheme and Brexit

With Brexit in 2019, Pet Travel Scheme rules are changing even if you have an existing passport. The following is the advice we have been given and we will update this as and when we receive more information. Visit gov.uk and search pet travel for more up to date information.

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Alabama Rot

Alabama Rot
[re-posted – original publication Feb 3, 2017]

Cutaneous and Renal Glomerular Vasculopathy (CRGV) commonly known as Alabama rot is a disease that can affect any breed of dog but currently it isn’t known what the initial cause is. CRGV is a disease caused by damage to blood vessels of the skin and kidneys.

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‘How To’ Videos from XL Vets

These videos have been prepared by XL Vets to demonstrate good practice in each situation. However, if you are not confident with carrying out the procedure in question having watched the video, please do not hesitate to contact the surgery (out of hours, calls will be redirected to our emergency number).

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Saying Goodbye to Your Companion

path in the woodsWe all hope and wish that our pets will pass peacefully away in their sleep, but very often we are put into the position, as pet owners, to make that decision for them.

As pet owners we are fortunate to be able to choose to end our pet’s life to prevent them suffering,

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Life Time Care Club Launched

At Friars Moor Vets we want to keep your pets happy and healthy and to make preventative healthcare easy and affordable. To help you and your animals we’re delighted to have launched our Lifetime Care Club.

Save money and pay monthly for your pets essential preventative care

By joining this club you can spread the cost of preventative healthcare over 12 months,

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The team at Friars Moor have looked after our pets for many years. The quality of veterinary care is always second to none.
Kelly & Rich Poulter
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