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Recent News

Here you can find up-to-date information on our practice including achievements, announcements, promotions and policy changes. Visit our Facebook page for the very latest cases, humour and hints.

May 2014





Due to increasing demand, we have extended our practice opening times to better suit the needs of our clients and patients. Our opening times are now:


  • 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 09.00-12.00


Practice newsletter


We are in the middle of producing a new practice newsletter to give updates on recent developments in the practice - we understand that not everyone can spare the time to log on to facebook or visit our website on a regular basis. The newsletter sign-up is open to clients, students, vets, companies or anyone with an interest in our work. Sign-up is quick, easy and free. Visit our newsletter page to register. Alternatively, call in or contact the practice and let us know that you would like to be signed up.


British Veterinary Zoological Society Spring Meeting 2014

April 2014

Important Lungworm Prevention Update


Attention all dog owners! Lungworm (Angiostrongylus vasorum) is becoming an increasing threat to your pet's health with several reported cases in the Merseyside area within the last few years. We advise all dog owners to make sure that you protect your pet against this parasite as part of your normal worming and flea treatment regime.


At present there are  a few  products that provide protection against Lungworm - we advise the use of Mipet Enderectid or Advocate every four weeks topical product on th eback of the neck  If you do not like putting things on your dogs neck there is an alternativbe to use a tablet such as Milbemax every four weeks for lungworm protection - this differs from the three monthly dosing regime you may be familiar with. We have had confirmed cases in L25 post codes 




Please contact us if you unsure whether your dog is protected or not and we will be happy to advise you.


New App for Heart Patients


If your pet has been diagnosed with a heart condition it is very important to keep up with regular appointments and reviews to make sure that they are on the correct dose of medication, otherwise their condition may get worse. It is also vital that owners keep a close eye on their pet at home and contact us as soon as they are concerned about them. To help make home-monitoring easier for owners, CEVA have produced an App for use with smartphones to monitor and record your pet's breathing rate quickly. A graph produced from these results can then be quickly emailed to us do that we can be kept up-to-date on how your pet is doing.


The App can be downloaded on iTunes and Google Play by searching for 'Cardalis'. 


Milbemax Dog Licence Update 2014.doc
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February 2014



Valentine's Pets & The Latern Festival


Happy Valentine's day from Village Vets!! Whether you are choosing to celebrate the day or ignore it entirely we wish you a good time - if looking for an alternative event, why not watch the celebrations of the Latern Festival, part of the Chinese New Year festival.


Whatever you choose to do, please make sure to keep your pets safe! Hazards to watch out for around this time of year include:


  • Chocolates
  • Alcohol
  • Flowers and houseplants
  • Paper and wrapping materials such as bows
  • Sweets and chocolate containing the sweetener xylitol
  • Unattended candles


For more information please see our seasonal and nutrition pages.

January 2014

December 2013

November 2013

Earlier this month 4 of our dedicated staff members spent an entire weekend at the British Veterinary Zoological Society conference in Luton. The weekend was filled with lectures, discussions and presentations about recent developments in the care of exotic species (birds, reptiles and mammals) and was greatly enjoyed by all attendees! At these meetings we have the chance to talk with other exotics vets about new or advanced techniques that helps us to provide the very best standard of care available - we can even help to teach them a thing or two!

We are already incorporating our new knowledge into our daily work and hope that you notice the benefits.


Dog and cat owners shouldn't feel that they are being left out, rest assured we will soon be embarking on more training adventures targeted towards their pets - after we have recovered fully from the exertion!!

September 2013

Special Introductory Offer: Royal Canin Educ healthy dog treats

Welcome to Our New Website

Our new website has just gone live!


Welcome to our new website, we hope to keep you updated on new developments within the practice. Feel free to browse the site and contact us if you have any feedback, suggestions or comments.


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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