Simple donate a bag or can of petfood for local strays and we'll give you a raffle ticket for a chance to win a Toshiba 32" Colour TV
Thanks to Claire one of our vet nurses, our Christmas tree is up and our waiting room is filled with festive cheer. So much so that we have even attracted a couple of visitors to our front door. Reindeer! Underneath the tree is looking though, so we are asking our clients and the general public to donate a bag or a tin of pet food in our “Give a Stray a Christmas Dinner” Campaign. We will then be distributing these kind gifts to animal rescue homes throughout Gloucestershire. So even those animals that don’t have a home this Christmas can have a yummy festive feast.
For each donation made you will receive a raffle ticket. On the 23rd December we will draw a raffle ticket out of Santa’s hat and the winner will receive a brand new Toshiba 32” Colour TV!
The campaign was launched on Thursday 5th December 2013 with the help of Jermaine Mc Glashan and Zack Kotwiza; two players that we sponsor at Cheltenham Town Football Club. The Echo also came along to help us spread the word.
As the “presents” under the tree increase we will keep you updated via Facebook. So make sure you have liked our page. Whilst your there please also read of the 12 Dangers of Christmas. Cotswold Style staff were shocked about a few things that turned out to be poisonous to their pets after they published our article.
We hope all our clients have a happy, healthy and safe Christmas.
We hope that you have noticed that the recent renovations to the reception area have now been completed. We are delighted with our new spacious and welcoming reception and we know from your feedback that you are impressed too!
Everyone at the Surgery worked extremely hard to ensure that the level of service for all our pets and owners remained as high as possible and we hope that you will agree the new reception area was worth the wait. The extension has also allowed us to provide a second consulting room and open out our consulting hours for longer in the day to give you a better service.
Now we have lived in the new building for a while we have got plans for an even better experience for you. Watch this space for photographs of our facelift which will include a children's TV area, a complimentary coffee station for our lovely clients and some of the most beautiful wallpaper you have ever seen
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Our veterinay Nurse Claire Daniels is the proud mum of baby Oscar. Oscar was born in 2011 and is already proving a bit of a handful.
We are pleased to announce the arrival of our new veterinary surgeon Jo Honeycombe in June 2012.
Congratulations to Claire
Our congratulations go to our nurse Claire who married her partner Mike on a sunny Saturday in September 2012. We were all there to wish them well. You can see some photographs of Claire's big day on our facebook page
We are pleased to announce the arrival of our new veterinary nurse Alice Bennett in November 2012.
Congratulations to Maxine
Our congratulations go to our nurse Maxine and her partner Anthony on the safe arrival of their son James on 18th March 2013.
On 2nd April 2013 we are thrilled to welcome Sharne Emms RVN back to Vets on the Park. Sharne used to work with us at our Tewkesbury branch and we are all delighted that she has chosen to rejoin us.
Practice Open Day
On Saturday 11th May 2013 we are hosting a fun dog show, practice open day, tea and cakes, face painting and general fun and games at the surgery in Moorend Grove. See our facebook page for more details. Hope to see you there!
Love is in the Air
It must be something in the water as two of our staff, vet Jo and nurse Sharne, have both recently got engaged! Jo and her fiance David are planning a summer 2014 wedding whilst Sharne and Jack have their sights set on the following summer. Congratulations to them all.