The nurses at Winsford Veterinary Surgery are an integral part of the team. Many people are unaware of what a vet nurse does, as they spend much of their time behind the scenes. But did you know that nurses can be anything from dentists, midwives, radiographers, anaesthetists, phlebotomists to first aiders, lab technicians and much, much more. One very important role the nurses play at Winsford Vets is to offer nurse clinics for your pet. Our nurses have a wealth of information and advice about animal health and well-being, so we want you to benefit. Call us now on 01606 592714 to book.
- Puppy and Kitten Clinics – welcoming a new addition to your family can be an exciting time, but also an overwhelming one. On your first trip to the vet, there will be a lot of information to digest. We, therefore, invite you back for monthly appointments with our nurse to cover important aspects of puppy and kitten care including, socialisation, behaviour, nutrition, preventative health care and neutering. Bringing your kitten or puppy into the practice regularly is also a great way to get them more comfortable with a trip to the vets.
- Weight Clinics – Just like us, pets can sometimes start to gain a few extra pounds. At Winsford Veterinary Surgery, we are committed to fighting the pet bulge, and understand that education is the key. Our nurses can help you to understand everything to do with pet weight, from why they gain and what a body condition score is, to helpful advice and tips on how you can maintain your pets ideal weight.
- Dental Advice – Our pets need our help sometimes, especially when it comes to dental care. Our nurses can provide excellent dental clinics to teach you all about oral health and hygiene to help you keep your pets gnashers in tip top condition.
- Worming and Flea Advice – Just the thought of fleas, ticks, and worms leaves most owners feeling itchy and squirmy. But with parasites on the rise and a whole host of treatment options available our nurses can help find the best strategy for you and your family. Our nurses will also weigh your pet to ensure any preventative treatment prescribed is correct for your pets current weight.