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The Favourite Vets for dogs, cats and small furries in the Midhurst, Liphook& Haslemere area.


The Woodland Veterinary Centre opened its doors in 1979.
For over 25 years, our vets have been providing professional services to our clients and veterinary medical care to the dogs, cats, ferrets, and other pets that live in Midhurst, Liphook and Haslemere areas.
We provide regular medical care, general surgery, vaccinations, dental care, and preventive medical care for our patients, 6 days a week.


Latest News

Tick Tock, the Clocks goes Back
Created: 11th October 2014

As the clocks go back Sunday the 28th October, spare aDog-dark thought for the millions of dog owners in the UK, many of whom will now be walking their dogs in the dark before or after work.

The Dog Trust advises:

  1. Keep control of your dog and don't let him off lead unless you are in a safe area which is well lit
  2. Consider wearing high visibility clothing such as jackets, vests or reflective strips on your clothes so you can be easily seen by motorists
  3. A reflective collar and lead or a high visibility coat or flashing collar will also increase your dog's visibility in the dark
  4. Perhaps work out a winter dog walking route which, in urban areas, includes both pavements and street lighting
  5. If there is no pavement, walk against the flow of the traffic and keep your dog on the side farthest from the road
  6. Carry a torch which will help you be seen and also enable to you see to pick up your dog's mess. Or, consider a head torch so your hands are free
  7. Walking in groups can be safer than on your own
  8. If possible, take your dog in the car to a place where you can walk away from the roadside. Many parks and sports fields have lighting but always check that dogs are allowed first
  9. Make sure your dog is well trained and responsive to commands. For tips on training visit www.dogstrust.org.uk

source www.dogtrust.org.uk

Our Autumn Newsletter is out
Created: 6th September 2014

We publish every quarter our newsletter with autumn-cat the latest practice news and interesting articles about your pet. You can:

  • Collect the free autumn newsletter at our reception.
  • Read it online

Topics: Fireworks alert! - Keeping your older cat fit and healthy - Make sure your pet stays worm free - Fact file: eye problems - Autumn awareness! -  Dental disease, is my rabbit affected?

More articles can be found on our News Page!




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