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Village Vets  Centre Liverpool   0151 428 8600   0151 428 8600

Cases January 2016

Cases 2016

November 2016 

Young iguana with severe metabolic bone disease an entirely preventable disease caused by not fedding correctly and not providing the correct light systems.

This has responded so fasr to treatment.

August 2016.

Tiddles the 24 kg African  Sulcatta tortoise cannot breath properly due to a problem with her ovaries which we have to remove  to save her.

July 2016


Tanuki or Racoon Dog puppy in for vaccinations

March 2016. This parrot has low calcium levels due to a diet lacking in calcium and Vitamin D3 .. This is is life threatening condition.and birds will frequently die from this and it is entirely preventable.

We recommend  ideally a complete pelleted food such as Harrisons Pellets 


January 2016


House  or rather theatre visit to check on tortoise participant in Britain's Got talent 

This little Leopard gecko is on a ventilator to maintain its general anaesthetic while it is being operated on.


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Opening Hours

Monday        09.00 - 18.00

Tuesday       09.00 - 18.00

Wednesday   09.00 - 18.00

Thursday      09.00 - 18.00

Friday           09.00 - 18.00

Saturday       Closed 

Village Vets Centre Ltd

65 Quarry St  


L25 6EZ

Tel.: 0151 428 8600


In case of emergency, please call:

Tel.: 0151 428 8600

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