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  1. Hello, I'm new here so not sure if I'm doing this right! We recently took our 7 year old house Rabbit to the vets as we thought she had gone blind in one eye. They did a quick eye test, confirmed that she had in her right eye, and prescribed antibiotics for an ulcer in the same eye. I went home that night (Friday), went to put the drops in and realised they said ear drops. They were already closed, I called in the morning and the Receptionist said they are ear drops for humans but eye drops for animals so they are fine. I went to put them in straight away, 5
  2. Thank you to all at bridgehouse mansfield who today helped with the passing of a loved one got us in without an appointment had someone with him constantly put him on oxygen to help him breathe Thank you for how kind all your staff were simba/aslan ???? - adopted 2005 - feb 2016
  3. Hi I am hoping for some much-needed advice! Last December our beloved cat suddenly became breathless. The vet diagnosed heart failure which he tried to treat with surgery and medications. Sadly after 2 days we had to have her put to sleep. I have RSPCA Gold Pet-insurance, underwritten at the time by AXA. I contacted them for a claim form which arrived and I completed it. As agreed I paid the Vet directly the £75 policy excess and left them with the claim-form for them to finalise and send to RSPCA Insurance. The total bill came to around £1000 I think. I heard nothing more until 2 we
  4. Hi all. Last Friday we became aware of our kitten having an abscess located above his anus. When we took him to our regular vet he drained the abscess and flushed it before leaving it open / supplying a cone. The vet told us not to let the cat lick the abscess and gave us painkillers to give with food once a day. Last night we observed blood on the floor where our kitten was sitting. On inspection it looked like the abscess had torn down to/ onto the anus. Concerned, we called the emergency vet for advice and were told to bring him in. We did so despite the quoted call-out fee of £17
  5. I need some advice please. I had to cancel the healthy pet club scheme in my vets after a number of problems. I suffered poor service, increase in prices, I was forced to purchase a blood glucose kit costing me £120, they charged me £15 consultation fee when its a free health club check, then they refused me insulin as my cat is a diabetic. I reported the vets to the British Veterinary Association, whom have yet to reply to my complaint back in August. I cancelled at the healthy pets club direct a couple of months ago; why demand money now? Today I got a letter from th
  6. Could anyone please tell me which vet(s) in Wirral and North Cheshire have the lowest consultation fees? I am a pensioner on a low income and cannot afford the average £36.00+ consultation fee which is what all the vets I have contacted so far are charging just to see my pet. I'm so worried as my puppy is ill and needs to be seen asap, but I simply do not have the money to pay fees like this on top of the cost of the necessary medications she may need. I cannot get help from the PDSA or the RSPCA as I do not receive any of the qualifying benefits from the DWP. Many thanks to h
  7. My wife took our terrier to the vets in July because he had severe vomiting and dehydration. She brought the dog home after a consultation and thought she could treat him herself. On seeing how ill the dog was I took him straight back to the vets and asked them to treat him. Over the following days they diagnosed many different illnesses but on the fourth day they gave him an ultra sound and they conclusively diagnosed gastro- enteritis and said he was basically a very healthy dog. I have raised the standard of treatment and delay in scanning him on several occasion but have got absolutely now
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