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We wish all our clients and their pets a Merry Christmas and all the best for the New Year

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Faecal egg and worm count for pets
Do you know whether your animal has worms?

There is an alternative to routine use of pharmaceutical worming treatments. The "gold standard" is to test for the presence of worm eggs and worms in a faecal sample, and only use a worming medication if the test is positive. Faecal sample testing is now commonly used in horses and sheep, where worms are becoming resistant to some worming treatments. Your first line vet will be happy to discuss it with you. ...
Find more information including special offer and prices under Events and Offers.

Faecal Egg C0unt Flyer

The Use of Herbs in a Holistic Approach to Cancer
Iris has written a blog about using herbal medicines as an additional tool to treat cancer in pets for CAM4animals.

"Cancer is always a devastating diagnosis and often lumps aren’t even diagnosed with the excuse that it wouldn’t make a difference to the prognosis. But I think the peace of mind with regards to knowing what a growth actually is is very commonly underestimated. Yes, many of the fine needles aspirates I have done to diagnose lumps just confirmed a fatty growth – but isn’t that a great relief?
An example...
Read the rest of the blog here.


Titre Clinic
A. P. Vet will run another titre clinic on Thursday, 30th of January together with Carrot Tops Mobile Surgery


New correspondence address
Happy New Year to everyone.
Time flies, and another year has gone by. We have finally moved our postal address. Please find the new address and phone number below and in the imprint. The phone number can also be found on our contact page.

A. P. Vet Ltd
Bryngwyn Lodge
Herefordshire, HR2 8EQ

Telephone: 01432 345689


Get mistletoe in aid of veterinary cancer research

Mistletoe is probably best known as a Christmas decoration. Please keep your dogs from eating any as the unprocessed plant is toxic. In Europe mistletoe is commonly integrated into conventional oncology. But good clinical research is rare and it is even more rare in veterinary medicine. For that reason we would like to support the Animal Health Trust with the proceeds of the mistletoe sale.

Mistletoe and -berries

Meet us at the doggy Christmas market 1.12.2019.
Bilbo's Hydrotherapy, 1 - 2 The Marina, Harbour Rd, Lydney GL15 5ET

Or collect your mistletoe from 5.12.2019 10am-5pm Mo-Sat at K9 Raw Supplies, 22B Foxes Bridge Rd, Cinderford GL14 2PQ.
Or order over to pick up Mistletoe at the Arrowfield Vets Car Park, Butts Meadow, Hatton Gardens, Kington, Herefordshire HR5 3DD 6.12.2019.

For information on veterinary mistletoe therapy please visit the Viscum Vet Group or contact Iris who has done a course with Dr Ulrike Biegel.


A.P.Vet ltd. works on a referral basis to ensure maximum synergy between holistic and conventional therapies: Please ask your vet for a referral. We would work alongside your vet to establish a treatment protocol matching the individual diagnosis and the general condition of the patient.

All proceeds of the mistletoe sale go to Animal Health Trust, a charity doing research incuding dedicated veterinary oncology.


A. P. Vet has teamed up with Carrot Tops Mobile Surgery. Fifteen minute Mobility Clinics are offered on Thursdays between 15.30 and 16.30 at Unit 5/6, Corinium Business Park, Speculation Road, Cinderford GL14 2YD.
And on Thursday, 28th of November A. P. Vet and Carrot Tops will be running a vaccination Titre Testing Clinic at the same address.

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