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Baby News

April 25th, 2022|

Congratulations to Naomi and her family on the birth of their second child, who we hope to meet soon for cuddles!

Fear Free Practice

March 22nd, 2022|

Our mission is to prevent and alleviate fear, anxiety, and stress for the patients of Copthorne Vets Fear Free veterinary visits reduce fear, anxiety, and stress and create an experience [...]

We’re Hiring

November 25th, 2021|

Copthorne Vets are looking for an experienced, enthusiastic small animal veterinary surgeon to join our friendly team. This is a 12-month temporary post starting in March 2022. You will be [...]

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15 hours ago

Soph is our animal nursing assistant, currently on her third year placement from Harper Adams University, whilst studying vet health studies. Once she has completed her degree, Soph will rejoin us as a SVN in 2024 to undertake further training. Here is a short video of Soph’s questions and answers ⬇️⬇️⬇️ ... See MoreSee Less
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1 day ago

Unfortunately we have had a deceased female cat brought into us this afternoon.She is a tortoiseshell, who does have a microchip but unfortunately it is not registered to anybody.We do know that the micropchip is a Petlog chip and the microchip was originally implanted by Vets4Pets.She was found by Oxon Tour Buinness park. Please call us on 01743 360614 if you think she might be yours. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 days ago

Beth is one of our student veterinary nurses, currently on her placement year from Harper Adams University. During her time with us, she must complete her ‘Nursing Progress Log’ - an online task centre which will form part of her degree and show competency in a wide variety of tasks from legislation to practical nursing skills.So…Question 1: What is the reason for your scrub hat design? My scrub hat design has cats on it, which was a secret Santa present from a member of the team.Question 2: What five things do you always carry in your pocket? Pen, tissue, lip balm, hair bobble and a notebook.Question 3: What is your go to mid shift shnack? A caffeinated drinkQuestion 4: What is a go to hack/top tip you have learnt within the veterinary field? Send a prayer up to the heavens when hitting a valve during intravenous catheter placement.Question 5: What aspect of the job would you like to raise awareness for? Under the direction of a veterinary surgeon, RVNs can perform certain surgical procedures under the Schedule 3 act such as stitch ups and dental scale and polish. ... See MoreSee Less
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5 days ago

The beautiful Roo had an accident earlier this week while out exploring which led to a rather deep wound on her shoulder🥺. Vet Richard and Nurse Maddi got to work straight away and soon she was back out enjoying the sun☀️. Today she came in for a post operative check and is healing brilliantly (and as you can see, she’s already forgiven us with the aid of treat bribes!)🥰 ... See MoreSee Less
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