Announcing the next Mayes and Scrine Client evening….

Not “veterinary” this time – instead:
“To the North Pole…and beyond. Running The World”. Judy will be speaking on her marathon running craziness.

11th May, 7 for 7:30 start. Refreshments will be served. Venue to be announced as will depend on numbers. Please call the clinic to reserve your place. Tickets are free but any donations to Judy’s charity Breast Cancer Now would be most welcome. Just Giving site: www.justgiving.com/Judy-Scrine777

Thank you to Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health for generously sponsoring the evening.

 

GUAM! aka Gastric Ulcer Awareness Month at Mayes and Scrine

During this November we are offering:-

  1. Discounted gastroscopy with goodie bag for each horse scoped.
  2. Discounted peptizole (omeprazole) treatment – one week of four week course free.
  3. Free 1000g tub of Mayes and Scrine Veterinary Gastric Ulcer Supplement (appropriate for preventing ulcers or treating those up to Grade 2 severity).

Please contact the practice for further details or to arrange an appointment or do discuss the likelihood that your horse may have ulcers with one of the vets.

 

Vaccination Reminders

We endeavour to send vaccination reminders via text when your horse requires its vaccination.  However despite our best efforts, these systems are not infallible and we would politely remind our clients that it is the owners responsibility to ensure their horses vaccinations remain up to date.

 

Drug collections

It is practice policy that all drugs must be ordered before 11am if you wish to collect or have them posted the same day. This is to allow time for the vets to sign the drugs out to comply with pharmacy regulations.

 

Early settlement discount

Mayes and Scrine EVP offers a 5% discount for prompt payment within 48 hours of the visit.

 

Written Prescriptions

Please note that written prescriptions will need to be paid for at the time of the request.

Passports

Please note – Passports – Section 9

Due to the recent horsemeat scandal, we are now having to be quite strict that every horse has a valid pasport and that Section 9 has been signed excluding the horse from human consumption before certain drugs can be dispensed, particularly Danilon. Please also bring your passport with you to all appointments and when collecting drugs from the clinic.

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