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All the latest from Croft Vets
Jubilee Bank Holiday Weekend

Sheffield

Opening times
Thursday 2nd June – CLOSED
Friday 3rd June – CLOSED
Saturday 4th June – 9am- 12pm (Nurse only)
Sunday 5th June – CLOSED
Monday 6th June – 8:30am – 7pm (Normal opening hours)

In an emergency, please call 0114 2621444 to be directed to our Out of hours service

Our last date for food & medication orders is Tuesday 31st May, any orders placed after this date will not be delivered until Monday 6th June.

Bolsover

Opening times
Thursday 2nd June – CLOSED
Friday 3rd June – CLOSED
Saturday 4th June – 8:30am – 1pm
Sunday 5th June – CLOSED
Monday 6th June – 8:30am – 7pm (Normal opening hours)

In an emergency, please call 01246 823353 to be directed to our Out of Hours service.

Our last date for food & medication orders is Tuesday 31st May, any orders placed after this date will not be delivered until Monday 6th June.

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Offers and Announcements:

We now stock gift vouchers

Struggling for a gift for a loved one, Croft Vets now stock gift vouchers!

Pet Dental Health Month

As part of Pet Dental Health Month, we’re offering Free Dental Nurse Clinics throughout February.
You’ll also get 10% off any dental procedures booked at the clinic to help keep your pet’s teeth healthy.
Give us a call today to find out more.

Refer a Friend

Get a £30 voucher to use against any product or service when you refer a friend.
This offer will run from September 1st, 2021.

Has your pet’s vaccination lapsed?

Many of us forget things and given the past year we’ve all had we understand that your pets’ vaccinations may not have been your priority, or you may have tried to get him or her vaccinated but been unable due to Covid and the restrictions put on all veterinary surgeries.

Whatever the reason from Monday 9th August, here at Croft Veterinary Centres we are offering a way for you to get back on track without the extra cost of a full course.

We are offering a full course of vaccinations for any client already registered with us for the cost of an annual booster.

If you wish to take part just call or pop into one of our surgeries and ask for an appointment for the Vaccine Amnesty.

Welcome back Danii!

New Business Development / Practice Manager appointed – Croft Vets have some exciting  news after 4 Years of being away, Danii has come back to join the team and she is so excited about her new role and our amazing new site, she can`t wait to be we greeting  all customers new and old. Danii work with us previously as our practice manager and she was with us for 10 years so she brings back her knowledge and veterinary experience. She will be standing at the Christmas parade on Saturday the 27th November at Bolsover,   if you are passing be sure to say Hi  and give her a warm welcome back.

The Croft Blog

Laws UK Dog Owners Need To Know About

Whether you already have a dog or are considering adding a pooch to your family, there are laws that you need to be aware of to ensure your dog is properly cared for.  There are more than 20 pieces of legislation relating to dog ownership in the UK. Knowing what...

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Parvovirus: Everything You Need To Know

We’ve seen an increase in the number of parvovirus cases we’re seen recently. Parvo is highly contagious, so understanding what the signs are and what needs to be done if you suspect your dog has caught it is essential.  Here is everything you need to know about...

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How To Exercise Older Dogs

All dogs need regular exercise, no matter their age, but as dogs get older, they’re more likely to develop health conditions that affect how much they can exercise.  Older dogs will likely be slower and need to rest more. They may also not be able to walk as far as...

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How to Crate Train Your Dog

Dog crates can be a great way to give your dog their own safe and secure space. They can help you transport your pet and ensure they are comfortable and safe at night.  To ensure a crate works for you and your dog, you need to train them to use it and ensure they...

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How to crate train your dog

Giardia and Pets: What You Need To Know

Giardia is a small parasite that can affect animals and humans, which is why you need to know the symptoms and how best to treat it to stop it from spreading.  What is giardia?  Giardia is a single-celled parasite that attacks the lining of the intestines in...

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Diabetes in Cats: What You Need To Know

Diabetes is one of the most common feline hormonal disorders. Proper treatment and early diagnosis are key to looking after cats with diabetes. While the condition can’t be cured, cats can live a happy and normal life with proper treatment.   What is feline...

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Looking After Outdoor Pets in Winter

If you have pets who usually live outside, it’s important that you make sure they are kept warm and comfortable during winter. As temperatures drop, your pets need you to take extra steps to ensure their living space is warm and dry and that they have access to...

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Keeping Pets Safe From Antifreeze

As the weather gets colder, more people will be using antifreeze and deicer on their cars, which can pose a health risk for animals.  Antifreeze, which stops the cooling system in cars from freezing, contains ethylene glycol, which is toxic to cats and dogs. Manu...

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Keeping Your Pets Happy On Halloween

Even if you’re not a big Halloween fan, there is plenty about the day that can confuse and unsettle your pets. Whether you’re having a spooky party, getting ready for trick or treaters, or are planning on a quiet night at home, it’s important to make sure your pets...

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Diabetes in Dogs: What You Need To Know

Diabetes can affect many animals, including dogs, cats, horses and pigs, as well as humans. It is a chronic illness that can’t be cured, however, it can be managed, allowing your dog to carry on enjoying their life and doing the things they love.  The type of...

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