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Welcome to Abbeyfields Veterinary Centre.

Welcome to Abbeyfields Veterinary Centre, which is an independent, single branch, friendly practice based in the village of Rocester. We treat companion small animals – Dogs, Cats and smaller Pets – but do also treat the odd Alpaca and pet Chicken!

We aim to provide a high level of service to our Clients and their Pets. Our consultations are scheduled for at least 15 minutes to allow you time to discuss your concerns. We have the latest technology including Blood testing machines at the Practice, Digital X-ray, Endoscopes and Ultrasound Scanning services.

Our Surgery Suite allows operations from routine neuterings to complex surgery. Visiting Referral Specialists join the Practice on occasion when something really out of the ordinary arises.

Our Out of Hours 24 Hour Emergency Service manned by VetsNow. Simply call 01782 417882 and our Colleagues at VetsNow will be able to assist with free advice or arrange an immediate appointment to see your pet.

Abbeyfields Veterinary Centre is located on Rocester High Street, ST14 5JU on the Staffordshire and Derbyshire borders, close to the market towns of Ashbourne, Cheadle and Uttoxeter. You can find the award winning JCB main Factory just down the road.

Clients also visit us from the surrounding villages of Alton, Denstone, Sudbury, Tutbury, Marchington, Tean, Bramshall, Ellastone and Stramshall to name but a few.

The Surgery has RCVS Practice Standards Accreditation . Our most recent Practice Standards Inspection was January 2015, and we are pleased to say that Our Inspector was happy with every aspect he needed to reivew – from paperwork and Health and Safety, to our Training and patient care.

Abbeyfields is also a Registered Training Practice for Vet Nurses. Our trainee Veterinary Nurses train on a weekly day release at Bottle Green Training at Melbourne.

We are happy to take care of dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, small furries, backyard chickens and exotics.

Data protection laws are now changing and we need your permision to store your details and contact you through them.

You must let us know what details you would like us to store, by filling out the form attached and then send it back via email or droping it into the practice. We must have your agreement to send you any information. 
Any questions regarding this matter please do not hesitiat to call on 01889590449.
Many thanks for your co-operation.

ABBEYFIELDS ALPHABET!!

D is for our nurses Deanne and Daina and Dentals!

Dentals - This includes cleaning your pets teeth with an ultrasonic scaler to remove calcified bacteria - also known as tartar. As well as extracting diseased teeth.
It is important to keep your pets teeth clean and disease free as dental disease can lead to bacteria entering your pets blood stream and potentially causing kidney and cardiac disease. We have a specialised dental x-ray machine, this helps us to see your pets teeth from the root through to the crown. We can use these x-rays to spot which teeth are a problem and may need to be extracted!

If you are worried about your pets dental health please make an appointment!

FUN FACT: Koi Carp have 1 tooth which is found at the back of their throat, rather than at the front of the mouth which you would expect! 🐟
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There are many types of mites that can live in cats’ ears, but the most common are Otodectes cynotis. These often infest the external ear, causing inflammation. It takes approximately 3 weeks for the mite to complete its life cycle and all of it is spent in the host animal.
Otodectes cynotis can affect cats, dogs, rabbits and ferrets. They are considered to be highly contagious and cats can get these parasites by direct contact with another infested animal. Infestations are more common in kittens and young cats.
A cat that has ear mites will shake his or her head and scratch the affected ear or ears. There can be a dark waxy or crusty discharge in the ear and you may also notice a bad smell coming from the affected ear.
These mites can lead to more serious infections of the ears and skin if they are not treated. If you notice your cat is scratching his or her ears more than usual and if you notice any abnormal discharge, do not hesitate and bring your pet to the vet!
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