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Celebrating “Veterinary Nurse Awareness Month”

May is VETERINARY NURSING AWARENESS MONTH!

Throughout the month of May we will be sharing advice about each and every service our amazing Nurses provide here at Bay Vets!

Veterinary nurses play an important role in the care of your pet, and are a vital member of the veterinary team. They carry out technical work and are skilled in undertaking a range of diagnostic tests, medical treatments and minor surgical procedures, under veterinary surgeon direction.

Veterinary nurses also advise on keeping pets healthy and in many practices run their own nursing consultations and out-patient checks.

Take a look at just how skilled our nursing team are here at Bay Vets by visiting the following webpage: //www.bayvets.co.uk/nurse-clinics/

Save-A-Pet Quiz

 

 

Following on from our Christmas Quiz we had for Save-A-Pet animal charity based in Morecambe, we are super pleased to announce £108.00 has been raised.

The winner with an amazing 25/25 for the quiz is Mrs Lyth from Carnforth. Here Mrs Lyth is, with our Boutique Assistant Linda collecting her prize being a yummy chocolate hamper. 🙂

Thank you to all that entered and helped us raise funds for this amazing animal charity. Here are the answers for those of you who racked their brains to enter.

 

 

CHRISTMAS PET PRODUCTS NOW AVAILABLE!

Now Halloween and Bonfire night has past us, the Christmas Countdown has officially begun.

 

We now have some amazing Christmas presents for pets available at Bay Vets Boutique located in Lancaster. Here’s Belle modelling our latest stock.

 

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Bay Vets Boutique located within the Lancaster Bay Vets Surgery and a open 6 days per week. FREE Parking available on site. 

Come along to Wolfwood’s Annual Family Day – Sun 3rd July

Annual day 2016

Pet Photography Shoot available to Win at Bay Vets!!!

We love helping local charities, so we have decided to help Bendrigg Trust raise funds for their amazing art department who work with disabled children in their care. Bendrigg Trust Art Department are looking to raise £6000 to help with the facilities they have and to help continue this brilliant service to children.

We have been given an amazing gift by “Sam Adele Pet & Equine Photography” which is for 2 adorable pets to be photographed outside in a 2 hour photoshoot by the professional. The lucky owner will then receive x2 7×5 prints of their choice and x1 8×10 print of their choice of there furry friends, that’s not all though, they will then have access to an online gallery of which they can view every photo taken on the day from the shoot.

Therefore, we have tied this in with Bendrigg Trust and will be selling Raffle tickets at each of our surgeries located in Lancaster, Morecambe, Caton & Milnthorpe. Our raffle tickets will be £1 per strip and the lucky winner will receive this amazing gift whilst helping us raise for an excellent cause.

If you would like to take a look at some of the work by this fantastic artist the link to her website is: //www.samadelepetservices.co.uk/ and Sam’s Facebook page is //www.facebook.com/SamAdele-PetEquine-Photography-409850829165518/info/?tab=page_info.

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HOME OR AWAY

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People without pets can easily go away on holiday and do not need to worry about what to do with their pets. No expensive kennels and cattery costs but what would we do without our cherished pets.

Planning a holiday is fun, but don’t forget to plan your pets holiday as well. Do not leave it to the last minute to make provisions for them. If you plan to leave them in the kennels or cattery they stayed in last time remember that good ones fill quickly as we have just found out. Also, most importantly check that the booster vaccines are up to date or the kennels may have to refuse them or put them in quarantine.

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PETS AND COMFORT EATING

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For pet owners it can be a difficult decision whether to grant a demanding animal more food and when to say enough is enough.

One of Britain’s leading vets has attacked research reported recently, claiming that dogs and cats were becoming obese by “comfort eating” to cope with emotional distress.

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