White House Vets

156 Newtown Road

Malvern WR14 1PJ


01684 560940

(24hrs)

 

info@whitehousevets.com

 

Latest News

 

Our newsletter no. 39 is out, to get yours join the Pet Club free.

 

See the latest newsletter here

 

We are now open on Sunday mornings 10-12 am

 

WARNING New tick-borne disease at large... see details on our home page.

 

KAREN AND JANE successfully ran the Worcester Half Marathon on Sunday 22nd May - see the photo at the foot of the home page. Together with Richard's Offa's Dyke walk, and our Doggy Funday we raised  a

total of £3000 for the new RSPCA rehoming kennels and cattery near Kempsey.

 

Opening Hours: 

 

Mon-Fri     08:00 - 19.00hrs

Saturday    08:00 - 13:00hrs

Sunday       10.00 - 12.00hrs

Also open Bank Holidays except
Christmas and New Year

 

Appointments within 24 hours
After-hours emergency service always available

 

 

pdsa - help a vet help a pet ...........Click for more information

Welcome to White House Vets

Denise, Practice Manager

We offer a seven day kind, caring and personal service for you and your animal companions, who will quickly come to recognise our surgery as  a familiar place and be able to put their trust in the hands of our friendly and dedicated veterinary staff.

 

Our number one priority is your pet’s comfort and wellbeing.

 

We have four veterinary surgeons, who have  a wealth of experience and expertise in different areas. Where possible, we like to keep our own cases thereby ensuring continuity.

Appointments can generally be made on the same day, but definitely within 48 hours.

 

We are available seven days a week including bank holiday Mondays, and either ourselves or our emergency out-of-hours service are never more than a phone-call away on Saturday afternoons,Sundays and through the night.

WARNING New tick-borne disease

 

Four cases of Babesiosis in dogs have recently been diagnosed in Harlow in Essex. These dogs had all been walking on the same parkland. These are the first cases of this disease in Britain, but it is comparatively common on mainland Europe. It is carried by  a tick which lives in the grass and attaches itself onto a  passing dog. It is therefore important to carry out tick prevention – ask us for advice.  If you see  a tick on your dog, it should be removed as soon as possible, and if you are concerned, give us a ring.

 

 

SUPPORTING our local RSPCA....

 

Karen and Jane completed the Worcester Half Marathon on Sunday 22 May 2016 in two hours, nine minutes, all in aid of the local branch of the RSPCA.

 

To add to their sponsorship total call in at the surgery or go online to https://crowdfunding.justgiving.com/richardchamings

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