Woodlands Vets’ response to COVID-19
Updated 4th January 2021
Woodlands would like to thank our clients for the understanding and patience that they have shown in the last 10 months and we would like to inform you that following the UK Government announcement on the 4th January, both our Warden Hill and our Brockworth surgeries will remain open during the current lockdown and we will continue to see pets needing essential treatment.
Unfortunately we will not however be able to offer our TLC healthchecks or routine procedures such as nail clipping. This is to reduce footfall and protect both our staff and clients, enabling us to continue providing care for poorly pets.
We will be providing primary vaccinations for puppies, kittens and rabbits, along with first annual vaccinations and rabies vaccinations. If your animal is required to attend kennels or a cattery or your pet is three months or more overdue we can also provide a booster/restart.
Neutering of cats and rabbits will go ahead as normal, dog neutering will be done on a case-by-case basis so please contact us if you need to discuss this.
For any pet requiring repeat medication or food we ask that you contact the surgery either by phone or at firstname.lastname@example.org and provide us with your details, pet’s name, name of medication and amount of medication/food required.
We ask all of you to stay safe, stay at home where possible and if you require any advice please do not hesitate to contact us.
In line with Government guidelines regarding the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, from 1st September 2020