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Please find below some products which we hope you will find interesting. Also some information which may be helpful. As always if you have any questions regarding anything in this newsletter, please give the practice a call and we will be happy to help

Ashleigh Veterinary Centre Celebrates Chorlton Branch’s 55 Year Anniversary

29020147_10215359173510871_838440017_n Proudly caring for your family pets for 55years! “They are an important part of our family too” Please follow this link to read Ashleigh Vets History: http://ashleigh-veterinary-centre.com/practice-history/
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Alabama Rot Update

Alabama Rot What is Alabama Rot? Its correct title is – Cutaneous and renal glomerular vasculopathy and it is a disease that damages the blood vessels in both the skin and the kidneys. What causes it is still not known although some links may have been made to types of bacteria.What does it look like? In the skin it causes painful...
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Easter Opening Times 2018

Stan EASTER OPENING TIMES Chorlton branch: Thursday 29th March: 8am-7pm Friday 30th March (Good Friday): 10am-11am Saturday 31st March: 8.30am-11am Sunday 1st April (Easter Sunday): 10am-11am Monday 2nd April (Easter Monday): 10am-11am Tuesday 3rd April: 8am-7pm   Sale branch: Thursday 29th March: 8am-7pm Friday 30th March (Good Friday): Closed Saturday 31st March: 9am-11am Sunday 1st April (Easter Sunday): Closed Monday...
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This is NOT an Easter bunny!This is NOT an Easter bunny!

Rabbits This is NOT an Easter bunny! Rabbits are often perceived as a cute present for Easter and given to children as a ‘low maintenance starter pet’. This is not the case! Rabbits live up to 10-12 years, they need physical and mental stimulation daily, fun playtime, a large and safe environment indoor and outdoor. They cost at least £1000...
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Ashleigh Veterinary Centre in the Local Community of Sale

Dog Show Here are a few pictures of the friendly dogs and loving owners which we met at Saturday’s event and dog show. Two of our auxiliary nurses Nicola and Kim along with veterinary nurse Maria and vet Beth attended this local event. We had a “Name the Dog Teddy” stand to raise funds for the local RSPCA Altrincham Cheshire Branch . We...
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NOW OPEN Sale Branch-Come and Join us

IMG_5743 Please share our exciting news and come to visit us. Our independent Chorlton practice has been caring for your family pets for over 30years. On the 5th of March 2018 we opened the welcoming doors of our new Sale branch. Please call to register, book an appointment or procedure for your pets.   Telephone: 0161 962 8236 Opening Times:  Monday-Friday 8am –...
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Love your Pets! Love your Nurses!

RVN Nurse Clinics We offer FREE nurse clinics with our students and qualified veterinary nurses for: -Weight management -Dental checks and advice -Puppy/kitten weight and worm/ flea clinics -Post operation checks/suture removal -Flea checks and treatment advice -Worming treatment and advice We are also available to perform microchipping, nail clipping,  bandage changes and anal gland emptying for your pets, however...
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Happy Valentines Day

Choco and Lilies We hope that you have a lovely Valentines but please remember human chocolate is POISONOUS to dogs, cats and birds! Also DO NOT buy lily flowers as they are highly TOXIC to cats. Chocolate contains a chemical compound called theobromine which is toxic and can cause heart arrhythmias, muscle tremors and seizures. Even a 50g piece of dark chocolate...
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Merry Christmas

Xmas A Big Merry Christmas to all of our valued clients and furry, feathered and scaled patients from everyone at Ashleigh Veterinary Centre. As you can see we had a Gatsby themed Christmas Party.
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Leo- Star Patient 2017

Leo Leo first came to us in June after a road traffic accident with extensive damage to his head, jaw and right eye. After initial 24hours stabilisation with hospitalisation, fluid therapy and strong pain relief we investigated with radiographs. Poor Leo had multiple fractures of the bone that make up the hard palate and maxilla (upper jaw), he also had...
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