The early years Being a country girl born and bred in Burwash, I have been surrounded by animals from a young age. Cats, chickens, ducks and ponies were always in the menagerie. When it came to choosing a career it was an easy choice – I wanted to be a vet. My first experience of
Choosing which vaccinations to administer to your flock can be a daunting prospect with so many different vaccines on the market. This quick guide will talk you through which vaccines may be appropriate for your flock! Clostridial vaccines Clostridial disease can be devastating, in some cases resulting in the sudden death of multiple animals. Tetanus,
We are looking for an enthusiastic Registered Veterinary Nurse to join our friendly team of 9 vets and 8 nurses. About Us We are a busy first opinion, independent Mixed Practice in East Sussex. We pride ourselves on delivering excellent patient care to all our patients and work closely with a local Zoo and Cats
Season of mist and mellow fruitfulness… As the evenings draw in and the mornings are misty and chilly it’s a good time to think about the potentially risky plants, fungi and fruit that your animal may be at risk from ingesting. Pets, farm animals and horses often ingest fallen fruit and nuts/seeds with a variety
After the hot and heady days of summer and as the days shorten and the temperature starts to drop is when us tortoise owners start to think about hibernating our reptile friends. It is essential that your tortoise in is in optimal condition before hibernation to try and ensure that they will wake up raring
Last week one of our vets, Kate won the TB Advisory Service Vet of the year. Congratulations to Kate on winning the prestigious and well earnt national award. The award was presented to Kate by a representative from the TB Advisory Service at the local farm of Lisa Buchanan. Kate is dedicated and committed to
Please read if you are a cat owner. Fold Hill foods recall several food products because of safety concerns. The Royal Veterinary College has found a potential link between certain cat food batches and a recent surge in the number of cases of potentially fatal feline pancytopaenia. This is a dangerously low level of blood
Vet required for RCVS accredited, busy, traditional, independent mixed practice in Uckfield East Sussex.
If you would like to register your pets with us at Fairfield House then please give us a call now, or follow the link to fill in a registration form and one of our friendly members of staff will be in touch.