When Drax came in with severe anaemia (lack of red blood cells), we soon realised that we could lose him if he did not have a life-saving blood transfusion.
Our receptionist Emma brought in her lifesaver cat Pringle who bravely stayed in the hospital for the afternoon to donate his much needed blood. We are happy to say that thanks to Pringle (and our dedicated hsopital team); Drax is now recovering well from his anaemia.
I’ve had to use Ashfield House twice in an emergency when my cats have become suddenly seriously ill. I can’t thank the staff enough for their kindness and for taking such great care of my animals (even in the middle of the night!)
I know my pets are in good hands with you all. Thank you, especially from Holly who is now back home
With a lot still unknown regarding Brexit, we would like to give you the latest advice regarding the Pet Passport Travel Scheme
Keep your dogs away from Acorns (from the Oak Tree) & Conkers (from the Horse Chestnut Tree)
We will be running a pet physiotherapy weekly service on Monday afternoons!