Important update on pet travel to Europe post Brexit

  At St Vincents Vets we have helped many people over the years ensure their pets can travel safely to European destinations and return to the UK satisfying the various regulations in place. This is a complex area made more so by an amount of uncertainty with Brexit looming. A recent announcement concerning the measures […]


Join us for our OPEN DAY on Saturday 17th November 2018

We are delighted to announce our Open Day on Saturday 17th November 2018 from 2pm to 4.30pm. Join us to see behind the scenes at a busy veterinary practice, meet the staff and owners and spend some time looking at our exhibitors and enjoying some refreshments. On arrival you will be invited to tour the […]


How to keep your pet feeling safe this firework season.

It’s coming up to the time of year when the sky lights up with multiple dazzling displays. I hope your pet is like my current furry boy who sits at the window mesmerised. However most animals are scared by the loud bangs and ear splitting whistles that accompany fireworks. If your furry companion is distressed […]


Important information about ‘Alabama Rot’ in dogs

Cutaneous and renal glomerular vasculopathy/Alabama rot – Information Sheet for Clients  We have had a lot of queries recently regarding Alabama Rot and how to prevent your dogs from exposure. At this point this is a poorly understood disease, and we have copied the information sheet from Anderson Moores Vet Specialists below to answer some […]


Conservative wound management

A case study of conservative wound management following a laceration to a hindlimb in a greyhound. PLEASE NOTE –  THIS POST INCLUDES SOME GRAPHIC PICTURES OF WOUNDS. We are all familiar with the concept of surgery to repair and close wounds in our pets, but sometimes we need to adopt what is known as ‘conservative […]