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Dacre House Veterinary Clinic
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Autumn 2020 newsletter

As we have adjusted to the 'new normal' there have been a few changes at Dacre House through which our staff have worked flat-out and certainly deserve medals! Working at limited capacity within Covid guidelines has been a challenge but we are pleased now to have un-furloughed all our staff and have been able to increase the number of staff on site as well as looking forward to the potential for increased consulting space.

Autumn 2020 newsletter

Summer 2020 newsletter

The last few months have brought unexpected challenges for many of us, as we have adapted to measures to address the coronavirus pandemic. As we write this newsletter it is hard to predict what the summer months will look like but this seems a good opportunity to say thank you to all the Dacre House staff who handled the changes admirably - some accepting being furloughed, others reducing their hours or adjusting their working patterns so that we could continue to provide care for our patients. Also to say thank you to our pet owners, for your patience and understanding in the face of new protocols at the clinic and postponed procedures.

Summer 2020 newsletter

Spring 2020 newsletter

Wishing you all a very happy start to the new decade! Also, thank you so much for your incredibly generous givings of chocolates, cakes, cards and letter which turned our staff kitchen into an Aladdin's cave of goodies over the Christmas season. Your support is hugely appreciated by the team with your comments of thanks on social media and cards a great morale boost.

Spring 2020 newsletter

Winter 2019 newsletter

In September we welcomed Scottish vet Abigail to our team who recently graduated from the University of Glasgow. Having always lived in Glasgow she was keen to move near London to explore a new area and family connections. Abi enjoys all aspects of small animal practice and has a particular passion for dogs - her family have two German pointers back at home and Abi hopes to get her own dog when she is more settled into the area. In her spare time, Abi enjoys playing hockey, tennis and going hillwalking.

Winter 2019 newsletter
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"Many thanks go to you today, you've been so kind in every way." To the vet who looked after Sooty - A BIG THANK YOU...
Thank you so much for making our dog feel better and looking after her. What would she do without you! Thank you for being there for her. Very much appreciated. All the best!
Dear Bradley, Winnie and I would like to say thank you so much for your help. Winnie is so much better now, eating everything in sight!
Thank you for looking after our Lou when she was at her poorliest. We cannot thank you enough for the care, advice and support we were given...keep doing what you do!
Thank you to you Bradley for all your skill with Badger, and to all your staff for their gifts of lots of loving care and understanding during his op and before and after. You made him feel it was his second home!
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