Birchwood Veterinary Practice is here to care for emergencies and sick animals during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, as are our suppliers. We are available during the normal surgery opening times for telephone veterinary advice, and if required consultations You can order pet food, prescriptions, and preventative products over the phone or via email and
We are delighted to welcome Steph Neary, our new Registered Veterinary Nurse, to the Birchwood Veterinary Practice team. Steph has 17 years’ experience in various mixed and small animal practices in North and East Yorkshire and has been a clinical coach to several student veterinary nurses. Having a Certificate of Veterinary Nursing in Exotic Species
31 October 2019 - Many animals find fireworks scary. There are a number of things you can do to help your pets deal with fireworks. By preparing in advance before fireworks start you and your pet will be better able to cope with the noises. Here are a few tips from principal vet Mike that
9 September 2019 - Our puppy socialisation classes take place on Thursday evenings and are a great chance to socialise your new pet and learn some basic training skills. It is also a great opportunity to meet other new puppy owners and chat all things 'puppy'. Our experienced veterinary nurse Toni runs the sessions and
9 September 2019 - We were delighted to be part of Well Connected Canine's birthday celebrations on Saturday 7 September 2019. It was great to have so many people visiting our stand to learn more about how Birchwood Vets could help their pets.
It can be difficult to spot the signs when your pet needs to see the vet. Look out for certain situations when it is important not to delay and to arrange an appointment as soon as possible. Difficulty in breathing – This must be treated as a serious