Today was a very girlie puppy party at Gomshall. Meet Crumble, Millie, Bella, Daisy and Maisie. (Some of them were a little camera shy) 🐶🐾🐶
Angiostrongylus vasorum is the proper name for lungworm and is carried by slugs and snails. Once eaten by a dog, the worm will live in the heart and arteries and because of this the condition can prove to be fatal. Prevention is much easier than t...
Did you know that ticks can feed on your pet’s blood for up to 10 days at a time? These parasites not only cause irritation, but can transmit nasty diseases too. The best way to help stop this is by applying a preventative treatment. Call into t...
Tiny Tim, Quincy Nibbles and Wilf love eating sprouts.Post pictures of your small furries enjoying their favourite things.
This is Giles one of our vets giving little Wilf a cuddle before his surgery yesterday to have a tooth removed. 🐶
Today we are getting a new phone system so there maybe a little disruption to our phone lines. If you are having trouble getting through please phone one of our other surgeries.Dorking - 01306 883086 Bookham- 01372 452531 Gomshall - 01483 205066
Your pets are better off without parasites! Some of these can make them and us humans poorly. For example, if tapeworm eggs are inadvertently eaten by us humans they can cause cysts within some of our body tissues! Don’t take the risk, speak to ...
Sanette our green fingered reception has been busy getting Gomshall ready for the start of summer. 🌸🌷🌼🌷
Do you have a cat that likes to hunt? If so, your feline friend is more at risk from roundworms as their prey often carry these parasites. Always make sure your cat is regularly treated for worms, as these can make your pet quite poorly.
As tick season is underway we have little video of the best way to remove a tick. Ticks can be picked up in woodland, grassland or heathland. It is advisable to check your dog after going for walks and your cat daily.If you do happen to find a ...
Iggy is having a fantastic Bank Holiday Monday digging holes and getting muddy on his walk 🐶What are your furry friends up to today? Let us know in the comment below 🐾
If your pet has ever had ear mites, you may have wondered where they got them from. Usually it is from another infected pet as these little parasites can easily pass from one to another and are common in puppies and kittens. Because constant re-in...
Did you know that it is not only your dog or cat that ticks attach to, but these horrible little parasites will also attach themselves to humans as well? Luckily we will know if one is attached to us, but your pets won’t, so will need checking r...
FLYSTRIKEFlystrike is caused by flies laying eggs on animals which then hatch into maggots and feed on the animal. They are normally attracted to dirty areas such as the bottom. Maggots can be seen or can hide in the folds of the skin. The magg...
💚🐾May is Veterinary Nurse awareness month🐾💚 So let’s show off our fabulous team who make the practice run smoothly. Our nurses play a key part in every patient’s journey 💚 providing medical care and vital attention. They do a m...
Alice joined us in July as a Student Veterinary Nurse. In April she found out she passed her final practical exams and has now qualified as a Registered Veterinary Nurse (RVN).Libby has just completed her Veterinary Care Assistant diploma and h...
Although there are both dog and cat fleas, they are not fussy and will feed off either animal. Cat fleas are by far the most common though and this proves why it is important to make sure all pets (dogs, cats, rabbits) in the house are treated re...
Meet some of our newest sibling members who came in for their free 6 month puppy nurse check. Hannah our head nurse had a great time giving cuddles and advice on neutering, diet, exercise and general wellbeing. 🐶
We hope you all have a great bank holiday weekend.Post pictures below of what your pets are up to. We would love to see them.
Sarcoptic mange or scabies is a skin disease caused by an eight legged parasite called the sarcoptic mite. These mites can cause severe irritation, itching, redness and hair loss and also affect people. Luckily they can be prevented using a regula...
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PLEASE SHARE: Young female kitten found in Bookham. Please contact the surgery if you recognise herread more
PLEASE SHARE: Due to a change in personal circumstance this cute little boy' is looking for a new home. He is just over a year old and is very affectionate. Please contact the surgery if you are interested in adopting him. Thank...read more
PLEASE SHARE: trying to find the owners of a small Yorkshire terrier who has a Russian microchip... Possibly may have come from a family who have emigrated here otherwise someone who has rescued a dog from...read more
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Station Road Gomshall Surrey GU5 9LE
Tel: 01483 205066
20 Knoll Road Dorking Surrey RH4 3EP
Tel: 01306 883086
Rothwell House Church Road Bookham Surrey KT23 3JP
Tel: 01372 452531