Registered Nurse, Karen Smith, demonstrates how to check and brush your dogs teeth in our latest ‘How to’ video.
I grew up with German Shepherds. A grateful breeder gave me a Pyrenean Mountain Dog pup in my first year as a Veterinary Surgeon. My best and oldest friend was an Airedale. Yet, when my wife introduced me to Chihuahuas, after an initial period of scepticism, I was smitten. A… read more →
In this ‘How to’ video, Student Nurse Sarah Watts demonstrates how to fit a buster collar.
To celebrate the Jubilee St. Nicholas Church in North Walsham invited local business’ to design and build a flower display based around the jubilee and colours red, white and blue. Receptionist Sarah Keeble took on the challenge! After days of preparation, the day of the big reveal has finally… read more →
I can’t believe that Friday will be week four of Bobs training. Week one he greeted all his fellow classmates with his looney Zebedee impressions, something he hasn’t done for some time, just like a big kid showing you up in company. Once I got his attention he managed to complete most… read more →
Westover are pleased to welcome Freddie the 16 week old collie x lab to the large animal team. He can be found lazing in the front of Gemma’s car and occassionally chewing the handbrake! He is very much looking forward to meeting all our clients and enjoying even more attention.
How to give your dog a wormer – the first in our new series of ‘how to’ videos. In this video Lesley Young, Head Nurse, demonstrates the best way to give your dog a worming tablet.
Hunni and her kittens are doing very well. The kittens now all have names – Fonz, Ralph Malph, Ritchie and Joannie. The Cats Protection League are doing a marvellous job in looking after them all. Follow the kittens story so far by reading our blogs.
At the end of April a lovely little chihuahua called Chimpy came in as she had been vomitting. She had a previous history of having had an operation to remove stones from her intestines so we decided to xray her. This is what we saw: It was not hard to… read more →