Happy ending for orphan kittens!

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Just over a week ago we had 4 tiny kittens handed into the practice after being found at the side of the road along side their mum, who had sadly passed away. All 4 kittens have found homes with various staff members. Here are 3 of the lucky 4 with Rebecca, Cate and Gemma who have given them homes. ????????

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Extended opening hours!

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We are pleased to announce; in addition to our late night opening until 8pm on Tuesday, we are now opening until 8pm on Mondays as well! We will also be extending opening hours for the rest of the week in the new year! Hopefully this will be helpful for those who can’t bring their pets in during working hours.

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Tortoise microchipping

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MICROCHIPPING! Did you know we can even microchip tortoises! This is Pewee Herman and he was in to get chipped this morning. We microchip tortoises in the skin around the leg. We use mini microchips which are far less traumatic for pets. Pewee didn’t mind having his chip implanted today! If your pet isn’t microchipped and they go outside we would highly recommend it. Just £15 including lifelong petlog database membership.

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**New fatal virus in rabbits** 

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There have been recent cases of RVHD 2 in rabbits in the area, usually this disease is untreatable and causes sudden death with no signs of illness before. Unfortunately it has come over from Europe and the UK vaccine only protects against the RVHD 1 virus. We are importing the RVHD 2 vaccine and it should be with us on Monday 6th November. We recommend vaccinating all rabbits for this disease ASAP, and any not vaccinated for myxomatosis and the UK strain of RVHD to vaccinate for these too. We are offering the vaccine for RVHD 2 at £21.91; we are keeping this low and covering our costs only to try and protect as many rabbits as possible. We recently reduced the cost of our myxomatosis and RVHD1 vaccine to £29.

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New signs!

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How do you like our new signage? Thanks to CPandCo and Rood signs for installing them!
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Quail, Duck and Venison cat food!

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Great new flavours of N&D cat food in today. Including duck, quail, venison, herring plus pumpkin, pomegranate, cantaloupe and apple as natural antioxidants! These are great no grain natural foods for your cats. And excellent value with costs per day of around 50p! Pop in and try some. Our own pets are loving the food!

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*Vacancy for a Veterinary Nurse at Donview Veterinary Centre*

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We are currently looking for a Qualified RVN to join the team at our award winning practice in Inverurie.
This is a great opportunity for the right candidate to join our team of 11 Vets, 6 RVNs, 2 ANAs and support staff. We are a busy practice with great facilities and we strive for excellence in clinical care; an opportunity for a VN to increase their skills whilst supported by a very experienced team of nurses.

The ideal candidate will be keen to develop their skills and help us continue to deliver excellent clinical care for our patients. Someone who likes working as part of a team and has a natural enthusiasm for the work. Our nurses also deal face to face with the public so a desire to communicate well with our patients owners would be ideal! CPD funded and encouraged.

Please take a look at our website to find out more about the practice! http://ift.tt/1k5ASiU

We will consider applicants looking for full or part time work.

Please apply by emailing your CV and a covering letter to Jennifer O’Connor, Head Nurse, jennifer@donviewvets.co.uk. Closing date 14/9/17.

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The Great Donview Bake Off second round. Chocolate!

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Stacey the nurse was the judge as it was her last day at Donview Veterinary Centre. Very diplomatically she made everybody the winner. We had a great turn out of chocolate (Stacey’s favourite!) We wish to thank Stacey for all her hard work over the years and wish her all the best in her new chapter at Aberdeen Veterinary Referrals. Bye Stacey you will be missed! ????

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August 18, 2017 at 10:42AM