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Friday, 28 July 2017 10:06

Case of the Month - June 2017

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Well it's been an exciting couple of weeks!  Read on to hear the fantastic story of Jet, her emergency caesarian and a happy ending!  How many pups can  you count?

Friday, 28 July 2017 08:48

Case of the Month - May 2017

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As you can see Jack is rather handsome. He is an 8 year old German Shepherd cross Golden Retriever who enjoys an active life including chasing rabbits, long walks and accompanying his owner out riding.

Saturday, 08 July 2017 11:34

#NoHiding Competition!

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We've had lots of fantastic entries to our #NoHiding Competition.  This is to highlight awareness of parasites that can plague our pets, our houses and even us!!  Given the amazing summer weather we are experiencing we have seen a surge of these problems over the last few weeks.

Friday, 07 July 2017 09:42

So nearly there!

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Thanks to your amazing generosity and our hair-brained antics we have nearly reached our target for our fundraising for Cranleigh RDA!

Friday, 07 July 2017 09:25

Unusual patients!

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No two days are ever the same at the Barn!  Have a look at this tiny baby bat that Rosie our lovely receptionist rescued.  We suspect it was attached to its mother and accidently fell off when she flew into the house by mistake.

Lucy at the amazing Surrey Bat Rescue has been doing a brilliant job of rehabilitating him.  Not easy when he is so tiny!  The hope is that when stronger he can be reunited with his colony.

Have a look at this link to see some amazing footage of him.  https://youtu.be/tXnDb3iPXzE

 

 

 

 

Friday, 07 July 2017 08:18

RHD-2 OUTBREAK!

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Sadly we have experienced several sudden deaths in rabbits this week from a nasty viral infection.

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