At the end of March the staff at Quantock Veterinary Hospital sent founding vet Colin Cheetham off on his retirement with a boisterous party and the most sincere wishes for every happiness in his future. Colin has worked as a vet in Bridgwater since 1975. He designed... Read more
Owners of large or ‘giant’ dogs need to be aware of a disease called Dilated Cardiomyopathy or DCM. DCM is a serious disease that typically affects large breed dogs such as Dobermans, Irish Wolfhounds, Boxers and Great Danes, over the age of three. The... Read more
For all our clients, until the end of May we are offering FREE nurse-lead ‘Healthy Hearts Consultations’ for dogs and cats. Heart disease tends to affect certain breeds more than others but all dogs and cats can suffer from it. Symptoms include breathing... Read more
On 23rd of February we held our ‘Pet of the Year’ event celebrating some of our most remarkable and admired patients of 2016! You may know that every month our staff vote for their most inspiring patient – not an easy task comparing around one thousand patients that... Read more
The team at Quantock Veterinary Hospital were very pleased to be awarded, again, the very highest standard International Cat Care ‘Gold Clinic’ award. As we know, taking a cat to a veterinary clinic can be very stressful, both for the cat and also the... Read more
Hip Scoring our dogs – why and how? We are delighted to say that now two of our vets, Hannah Brown and Kris Herman have gained accreditation in ‘PennHIP’. PennHIP is a sophisticated hip scoring method which aims to safeguard the health and welfare of dogs, and dog... Read more
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