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I would like to thank the vet Bruce McLeary, and all the nurses at Meopham vets for all their quick and caring response, to my bitch Misty who had an emergency caesarian today and looked after my bitch and her pups fantastically thank you to you all
To all pet owners looking for the very best in vet advice and care then book your pet in here, we have used The Swanscombe & Meopham Surgeries since 2006 after re-homing our Sophie from Cats Protection & the rest of her life was never free from health problems. When Sophie had to stay in at the vets I visited her daily & the cages were spotless, clean blankets & nurses on continual attendance. We can't say enough about all the staff, they treated her like a part of their family.
Maureen & Tom Partridge
Thank you to all at Meopham Veterinary Hospital for looking after Ted & Hector as well as if they were your own puppies. I always know that they will get the best care, and am sure Ted would not be here at all if it weren't for you guys. Ted & Hector are the light of our lives, so your exemplary care of them is, to us, priceless. Thank you.
The Robinson family
Great skills, great care, great service and understanding.
I have been a client, with my various dogs, since 1999 and can honestly say that I have been totally satisfied with Meopham Vets throughout this time. The care and consideration shown to our dogs has been amazing. I usually try to see Martin as I have known him so long, but I have no objection to seeing any of the vets as they all have the same qualities, especially Bruce. The nurses are all wonderful and over the years I have become close to some of them and have watched as they have developed their careers under the guidance of Martin. The reception / office staff are brilliant too and I have never had a problem getting appointments. The out of hours service is second to none. My dogs throughout their lives have been looked after and loved by all the staff and when it has come to the final goodbyes they and I have been treated with amazing sensitivity and kindness. In a nutshell, I could not recommend this practice highly enough.
A big thank you for looking after our pets over the years, all 22 of them! We think you can all perform miracles. In sad times the impossible cannot always we done but you have all given us the strength and helped us to cope once again. Thank you all.
Service is always the best. Everyone cares for your pet as if it's their own.
Absolutely first class care, always.
Freddie has completed 10 hydrotherapy sessions following TPLO surgery to repair his ruptured cruciate ligament. Freddie is now back to his normal self and has regained his strength which exceeded all our expectations. He has suffered with bad skin for years and we were worried that the sessions would have a detrimental effect however his skin has never been better! He now enjoys coming into the vets and he adores hydrotherapist Amy! We are thrilled with his progress and would thoroughly recommend hydrotherapy to others.
Thank you all on behalf of ESSW for the wonderful care and superb treatment that Eesha has received over the last weeks. She is such a lovely girl and truly deserved every bit of it!
English Springer Spaniel Welfare
Given the predicted arrival of warmer weather, we’d like to take this opportunity to remind you that brachycephalic breeds such as bulldogs, pugs and boxers are at extremely high risk of heat exhaustion.
Please ensure they have access to plenty of fresh water, have a cool, shaded area to rest and avoid walking them at the hottest points of the day. ... See MoreSee Less
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So important! Well done and thank you for sharing this x
Meet Teddy 😍
He recently visited our out of hours emergency service after eating chocolate, as you may know the theobromine in chocolate is toxic to dogs, therefore we needed to see Teddy as an emergency patient.
Teddy was admitted to the hospital and vomiting was induced, Teddy was placed onto intravenous fluid therapy and activated charcoal was given.
Activated charcoal is a black substance given orally, this acts as a ‘sponge’ when passing through the digestive tract in order to absorb any of the toxins which may remain in the system.
Photo of Teddy after taking the charcoal can be seen in the top left image 🤭
We are pleased to advise that Teddy didn’t display any toxicity symptoms and so was discharged home the following day.
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He's cute, glad he recovered well 🐶🐾💕
Beautiful boy ❤️🐾
Today is a purrrrfect opportunity to show some extra love to our cats 😻
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14 year old Meisha enjoying her own sunshade.
Elsa and Dobby
Romy and Apache
Pixie judging you 🤣
15 year old Amber ❤️
Recent kittens still available to slaves
Top to bottom: Hurley, Lola, Rocky and Nutmeg. The only time I can get them all in one picture 😂
Luca and Lulugirl ❤️ ❤️
Handsome old chap, Persie ❤️
Hurley and Rocky
Ok if u insist.....but sadly being a BSH will only be a couple of minutes 😄😜
Tigger enjoying his morning brush.
Merlin in his 17th summer in the sunshine.
Our Oso ❤️
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