The Small Animal department at HNVG will be hosting an informative evening on First Aid for Dogs on Tuesday 17th April at 7pm. The event will be held at White Hills Surgery (our Hook Norton branch) and will include a […]
Our brand new purpose built cattery has just opened at our Hook Norton branch. The unit has been designed to help reduce stress and provide a comfortable stay for our feline patients. The Small Animal team have worked hard to […]
What is a Registered Veterinary Nurse, and why are they important for my pet? A Registered Veterinary Nurse (RVN) will have undertaken an accredited qualification, governed by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) and will be held on a […]
Ethylene Glycol is the official name for antifreeze and it is highly toxic to cats. Antifreeze can be found in car radiators and many screen washes. It is sometimes added to ponds and fountains during the winter months. Ethylene Glycol […]
Our fantastic team of Small Animal nurses were looking after poorly pets in the hospital over Christmas and New Year. Sarah was up at 5am on Christmas Day to care for pets who were admitted the day before… And Keeley […]
As another case of Alabama Rot, also known as Cutaneous and Renal Glomerular Vasculopathy (CRGV), is confirmed in the UK, we would like to give you access to some information on it so that you can remain vigilant. It is […]
We love a good news story at HNVG and this is certainly one of the best… Treacle came to see Small Animal Vet Will Oldham with an abscess on her head. Will lanced the abscess and started Treacle on some […]
Whilst it is the season to be jolly, it is important to remember pet safety. This time of year is not without risks to our beloved pets and here are our top tips to make sure our animals stay safe […]
We are very proud to be nominated for Petplan‘s annual Veterinary Awards 2018 in the following categories: Practice of the Year Vet of the Year – Will Oldham, Sally Hodgson, Sam Cutts, Pauline Tolhurst There is still plenty of time […]
The EPIC heart study in dogs is a seven year long international trial that was completed in 2016 and was discussed at the London Vet Show last week, which most of our Small Animal team attended. It will be very […]
Many pets are afraid of fireworks, due to the loud noises (e.g. bangs and whistling) that they make. Around this time of year, it is important to know the signs that could show your pet is afraid or stressed. These […]
Is your pet suffering from osteoarthritis, tendon injury or had a joint surgery? Have you considered regenerative medicine, the natural choice to pain relief? Regenerative medicine is the process of replacing, engineering or regenerating cells or tissues to restore or […]
A team of vets, nurses, receptionists (and a baker standing in for an equine nurse!) from HNVG took part in the Autumn Wolf Run 2017. WOLF stands for Woods, Obstacles, Lakes & Fields and the event took place in the […]
Here at Hook Norton we are committed to clinical excellence. Did you know that every general anaesthetic and operation that is done here is clinically audited? This allows us to deliver the highest possible standard of care. Auditing and reflection pushes […]
Hook Norton Veterinary Group are urgently seeking Dog Blood Donors! We regularly require dog blood donors here at the surgery. Earlier this month, Viper a lovely flat coat retriever underwent surgery to remove his bleeding spleen. Due to the […]
Countryfile Live 2017 We had a great time at Countryfile Live 2017 this year! We were once again covering the veterinary services for all the animals in attendance, including Adam’s Farm! Thankfully we had a quiet time and the animals […]
Vaccinating rabbit is just as important as vaccinating cats and dogs. There are 2 main diseases we vaccinate rabbits against: Myxomatosis and Viral Haemorrhagic Disease (VHD). Myxomatosis is caused by a virus which is most commonly spread by fleas/biting flies […]
Cats are active animals that love to play outside. In the process they can meet some very unsavoury characters. Today we are going to be talking about external parasites; things like fleas, ticks and mites. Fleas Fleas are the most […]
As we start to enjoy the hotter weather this summer (hopefully), spare a thought for our furry friends. Dogs do not have sweat glands they lose heat by panting and can struggle in warmer weather. Heatstroke is a true veterinary […]
As you will be aware, the microchipping of dogs became compulsory on the 6th April 2016. If you have a new addition which needs microchipping then don’t forget our special offer on pet microchips of £15 each. This includes the […]
We now include cover for Kennel Cough for puppies at no additional cost!
Don’t forget – if you have you cat vaccinated and neutered with us, you will get a FREE microchip placement.
Don’t forget you get FREE tapeworm treatment for dogs when you buy your multi-parasite prevention from us. Call reception for more details- email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Great news! Our surgery in Deddington is now open all day Monday to Friday! This will make it much easier for you to pop into the surgery to make an appointment, collect orders and prescriptions or speak to a member […]