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Festive Period Opening Hours

Our opening hours for the festive period   Saturday December 23rd 9.00am – 12.30pm Sunday December 24th CLOSED Monday December 25th CLOSED Tuesday December 26th CLOSED Wednesday December 27th 9.00am – 12.30pm Thursday December 28th 9.00am – 12.30pm Friday December 29th CLOSED Saturday December 30th 9.00am – 12.30pm Sunday December 31st CLOSED Monday January 1st […]

Cruella D’ill

Cruella, a 4-year-old female Golden Eagle presented to AVS with a history of ‘poor performance’, only seeming to come to life and actively hunt at last light when her internal clock would tell her she needed to eat before bedtime! With the benefit of hindsight, she also seemed slightly unbalanced on the glove or on […]

AVS Closures 2024

Just a reminder regarding our biannual closure dates and information of other veterinary practices should you require assistance during these times. 2024 – Closed March 1st – March 11th / September 4th – 16th We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause, however with us not getting any younger we feel it is our only […]

Avian Influenza 2022

The UK is currently experiencing an unprecedented outbreak of HPAI (Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza), in previous outbreaks we have seen a reduction in cases during the summer months, however this year cases in both wild and captive birds have been persistent throughout the year. Maintaining stringent biosecurity is paramount in mitigating the risks of incursion […]

Bank Holiday hours

Opening hours for the Bank Holiday weekend Thursday June 2nd Closed Friday June 3rd Closed Saturday June 4th 9.00am – 12noon Sunday June 5th Closed As always we provide our own out of hours service to registered clients experiencing a genuine emergency. We hope everyone enjoys their long weekend!  

AVS helps restore parrot’s sight using human ‘field surgery’ technique

Every 2 years AVS is represented at the International Conference of Avian, Reptile and Exotic animal medicine (ICARE) to catch up with friends/colleagues and keep up to date with the latest developments in this particular branch of veterinary medicine.  These conferences are generally held at a variety of European locations with this year’s having been planned in Budapest. […]

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