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Rae Bean & Partners Veterinary Surgery

Rae Bean & Partners Veterinary Surgery Rae, Bean and Partners is a friendly, caring, 5 vet practice based in Boroughbridge, North Yorkshire. We are a traditional market town practice with modern facilities.

We treat dogs, cats, rabbits, other small animals, horses and farm animals. All small animal consultations are by appointment for both the convenience of clients, and so they can choose the vet they want to see. As well as providing a personal and friendly service, each patient is important to us and we aim to treat them as we would our own. We are proud to provide our own out of hours emergency service 24/7 for registered clients, so it is always one of our own vets on call.

Operating as usual

02/03/2022

We hope everyone is keeping well and the sunny weather will be back with us all shortly!

Very sadly, two deceased cats have been brought into the practice this morning having been found at the side of the road. Both in Boroughbridge.

A silver/ grey tabby; male, neutered, adult. No chip or collar.

A black male with a small white patch on his chest; entire, adult, no chip/ collar.

If you think you may recognise either cat, please contact the practice on 01423 322316.

Thank you

24/12/2021

🤶🎅 Merry Christmas to you all from the Rae Bean Team 🎅🤶

Here are our Christmas opening hours:

Christmas Day - emergency only
Boxing Day - emergency only

Monday 27th 8am - 1pm
Tuesday 28th 8am - 1pm
Wednesday 29th 8am - 1pm
Thursday 30th 8am - 1pm
Friday 31st 8am - 1pm

Sat 1st Jan - emergency only
Sun 2nd Jan - emergency only
Mon 3rd Jan - emergency only

Our hours are slightly different this year due to current staffing levels, but rest assured there is availability for you should you need us. The wonderful team at Swift in Wetherby will continue to help us to take great care of companion animal emergencies during this time. Your continued patience is greatly appreciated.

Wishing you all a safe and wonderful Christmas

10/12/2021

** SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT **

Due to current circumstances affecting staffing levels at the practice, we are temporarily providing a small animal emergency service via the caring and experienced team at Swift Referrals, Wetherby.

Although we understand that this involves a different way of doing things for our much valued clients, and it involves attending an alternative location, not too far away, in the short term, we have absolute confidence that your pet will receive outstanding care and treatment at a time when you need it most.

We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience caused, and offer our reassurance that these are temporary measures to ensure that you continue to receive the most efficient and effective emergency care. We hope to have our regular team back with you as soon as possible, and we'll keep you updated.

Thank you for your patience and understanding, times are challenging for all and we hope that you are all keeping well.

The Rae Bean Team

** Please note large animal and equine emergency services are running as per usual **

**BIRD FLU**Please be aware due to the current ‘Bird Flu’ restrictions we cannot accept birds of any kind at the practic...
29/11/2021
Avian influenza (bird flu)

**BIRD FLU**
Please be aware due to the current ‘Bird Flu’ restrictions we cannot accept birds of any kind at the practice.
It is a legal requirement for all birds to now be kept indoors without any contact to wild birds and appropriate bio security measures need to be followed.

If you find dead wild waterfowl or other dead wild birds, such as gulls or birds of prey, you should report them to the Defra helpline (03459 33 55 77). Do not touch or pick up any dead or visibly sick birds that you find.

For more information please see https://www.gov.uk/guidance/avian-influenza-bird-flu#public

If you need health advice for a pet bird please contact the surgery.

Keep your chucks safe!
🐓 🦃🦜

How to spot avian influenza (bird flu), what to do if you suspect it, and measures to prevent it.

03/11/2021

Unfotunately, a dead black neutered domestic short hair cat was found at the flyover before the turn off to Assenby. He wasn't microchipped. Please contact us if you are missing your cat and this description matches.
Many thanks.

🐶 Puppy Puzzle 🐶We hope you've all enjoyed a lovely weekend! It's Monday morning soon (apologies, sad but true!) so here...
25/07/2021

🐶 Puppy Puzzle 🐶

We hope you've all enjoyed a lovely weekend! It's Monday morning soon (apologies, sad but true!) so here is a puppy puzzle to cheer you up!

The puppies in this basket are 8 days old. This is an exceptionally large litter of pups for this breed. Mum and pups are absolutely fine - the birth was textbook and she has taken to motherhood like a duck to water!

How many pups are there? And what breed are they?

Vet student Noah is doing a fab job of getting to grips with what life has to offer in veterinary practice! No two days ...
18/07/2021

Vet student Noah is doing a fab job of getting to grips with what life has to offer in veterinary practice!

No two days are the same and vets can be presented with all manner of challenges - so when someone says 'cuddle these puppies' it's an opportunity not to be missed!

Betsy the Cavapoo and her adorable sister came to visit for their vaccinations - they were so much fun! Mischief meets super cute!

https://www.raebeanvets.co.uk/

Following the European outbreak of the neurological form of equine herpesvirus 1 (EHV-1) here there is some useful infor...
05/03/2021
‘Minimal risk’ of EHV-1 spread in the UK but riders urged to act ‘responsibly’

Following the European outbreak of the neurological form of equine herpesvirus 1 (EHV-1) here there is some useful information and advice to keep your horses safe and healthy.

Contact us if you have any questions!

https://www.horseandhound.co.uk/news/minimal-risk-of-ehv-1-spread-in-the-uk-but-riders-urged-to-act-responsibly-738987?fbclid=IwAR0W-14BLJy9kymDOfwPg_A9-pEXke7CK_Z81ZT0mWDLUb2LhiyV6X-gPjc

Experts have said there is minimal risk of the European equines herpes (EHV-1) outbreak spreading to horses in the UK but vigilance is advised

Please keep your eyes peeled for these gorgeous missing dogs and get in touch if you have any information!
09/02/2021

Please keep your eyes peeled for these gorgeous missing dogs and get in touch if you have any information!

This is Daisy, who recently had been living on the streets. Unfortunately she came to us with a nasty tumour on her shou...
30/01/2021

This is Daisy, who recently had been living on the streets. Unfortunately she came to us with a nasty tumour on her shoulder, which required her leg to be amputated. Daisy came in for her second vaccination today and is doing fantastic. Her owner reports she is very well settled into her forever home and has no problems jumping onto the bed! ❤️

This is Lucy, the gorgeous 8.7kg Maine Coon. She may look like a lynx, but she's as sweet as a kitten!
23/01/2021

This is Lucy, the gorgeous 8.7kg Maine Coon. She may look like a lynx, but she's as sweet as a kitten!

13/01/2021

COVID-19 UPDATE

We are pleased to still be able to offer vaccinations, essential consultations and 24 hour emergency appointments for all registered clients.

In line with current guidance, we are working slightly differently:
- Upon arrival, please call or knock on door and wait to be seen.
- Unfortunately, clients will not be able to enter the practice.
- Please call to pre-order any medication at least 24 hours in advance.
- Where possible please pay by card (a mobile card machine is available).
- If you have any symptoms in the 7 days prior to your appointment, or are in close contact with anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19, please DO NOT attend the surgery. Instead, call and we can arrange a telephone consultation.

Quince, Gunner and all the rest of the team at Rae Bean would like to wish both their 2 legged and 4 legged customers a ...
24/12/2020

Quince, Gunner and all the rest of the team at Rae Bean would like to wish both their 2 legged and 4 legged customers a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Thankyou so much for your patience and understanding during this very testing year!

Please note if you you do have an emergency over the festive period, rest assured- as always one of our dedicated vets will be on call. Please phone the usual number.
RBP Vets x

14/12/2020

We would like to take the opportunity to wish all out clients a happy, healthy and peaceful Christmas. Our holiday opening times are as follows:

Wednesday 23rd - Open as usual
Thursday 24th - 8am - 1pm
Friday 25th - Closed
Saturday 26th - Closed
Sunday 27th - Closed
Monday 28th - Closed
Tuesday 29th - Open as usual
Wednesday 30th - Open as usual
Thursday 31st - 8am - 1pm
Friday 1st - Closed
Saturday 2nd - Open as usual

We will continue to be open for medical emergencies 24hrs, but we ask that our clients order repeat prescriptions in good time.

Our cutest patients today - how beautiful are these Ragdoll kittens that came in for their first vaccinations and microc...
10/12/2020

Our cutest patients today - how beautiful are these Ragdoll kittens that came in for their first vaccinations and microchipping?!

We're feeling festive, and so are Henno and Cay!We are supporting Jerry Green Dog Rescue this year with "Paw Prints on a...
03/12/2020

We're feeling festive, and so are Henno and Cay!

We are supporting Jerry Green Dog Rescue this year with "Paw Prints on a Tree". For a £1 donation you can put a hand made paw print decoration on our special tree in celebration or remembrance of your pet or loved one. Funds raised will help dogs awaiting their forever homes, and all the fantastic work Jerrry Green Dog Rescue do.

Happy Holidays!

Harry and Izzie, the mother and son duo, came in to visit us today. They compete in Crufts and showed us all their best ...
27/11/2020

Harry and Izzie, the mother and son duo, came in to visit us today. They compete in Crufts and showed us all their best poses!

26/11/2020

COVID 19 UPDATE

We are pleased to still be able to offer routine and 24 hour emergency appointments for all registered clients.

In line with current guidance, we are working slightly differently:
- Upon arrival, please call or knock on door and wait to be seen.
- We are operating a 1 in 1 out system for waiting room (front consultation room only).
- Unfortunately, clients will not be able to enter consultation rooms.
- Please call to pre-order any medication 24 hours in advance.
- Where possible please pay by card (a mobile card machine is available).

We've had lots of lovely puppies in recently (like Billy and Ellie here), but sadly with lockdown causing a rise in dema...
25/11/2020

We've had lots of lovely puppies in recently (like Billy and Ellie here), but sadly with lockdown causing a rise in demand and pricing of puppies, we appear to be seeing more puppies from unscrupulous breeders.

If you are thinking about getting a new bundle of joy please ensure you;

* See the puppy interacting with the rest of the litter and its mother. A puppy is not ready to leave its mother before it is 8 weeks old.

* Check whether the facilities appear clean and the puppy seems alert, healthy and of a similar size to his litter mates.

* It is best that the puppies are being raised in a home environment, so that they become familiar with everyday sights, smells and sounds.

* Check that the puppy’s parents have been tested for relevant hereditary diseases.

* Check the puppy has been wormed and microchipped.

If you would like further advice, please don’t hesitate to contact the surgery to speak to one of our vets or nurses.

Don't forget to wear a coat (like Buddy) when coming to the vets because our new COVID rules only allow one person, with...
17/11/2020

Don't forget to wear a coat (like Buddy) when coming to the vets because our new COVID rules only allow one person, with a mask, in the waiting room at a time.

Oscar came in to see vet Emma for his annual vaccinations last week. He was a model patient, enjoying his dreamies and t...
11/11/2020

Oscar came in to see vet Emma for his annual vaccinations last week. He was a model patient, enjoying his dreamies and tummy tickles! 🐯
We are still open for all routine health care procedures, with COVID secure measures in place.

This is Tess. Last week we stitched up her extremely large wound, sustained after running through some barbed wire. Toda...
02/11/2020

This is Tess. Last week we stitched up her extremely large wound, sustained after running through some barbed wire. Today she was in for a dressing change performed by one of our lovely nurses, Fiona. Luckily, she was too busy giving vet Molly some kisses to notice!

This week we had the lovely ‘lapdog’ Fergus in with a sore ear. He was very well behaved but he’s definitely a daddy’s b...
31/10/2020

This week we had the lovely ‘lapdog’ Fergus in with a sore ear. He was very well behaved but he’s definitely a daddy’s boy!

26/10/2020

A deceased young entire male cat, not microchipped was found on the road from the Grantham’s Arms in Boroughbridge heading towards Dishforth Village, during the weekend.

Colour: black and white, with white belly, paws, white around mouth and chin and a small bit of black in the left nostril.

Please, contact the practice if this matches the description of your missing cat.

Thank you.

21/10/2020

A deceased cat was found yesterday night in Skelton -on-Ure close to the post office. It was ginger, male and neutered. Not microchipped. Please, if this matches the description of your missing cat, contact us if you wish to identify him.

Thank you.

17/10/2020

This morning we have had a cat handed in which has sadly been killed on the road near by. He is a black and white, adult, male neutered cat with white paws and a white stripe on his face. He unfortunately isn’t microchipped, so we can’t get in touch with his owners. Please contact the surgery if you know who he belongs to.

One of our wonderful clients has anonymously nominated us to receive a box full of treats today! We are very grateful. T...
03/07/2020

One of our wonderful clients has anonymously nominated us to receive a box full of treats today! We are very grateful. This will certainly keep us refuelled very well for a while!

We would like to take the opportunity again, to thank you all for your patience whilst we are still working under these testing circumstances. We are gradually working towards a ‘new normal’ and really look forward to the day we can have you back inside our practice along side your lovely pets!

19/06/2020

Important notice: There's a telephone line problem currently that appears to involve mobile networks. BT recommended to call from your landline in order to contact us

20/04/2020

🛑 COVID 19 🛑

As you may be aware the British Veterinary Association have relaxed some measures, to permit us to now do certain routine work. This includes some vaccinations and in certain cases neutering, if deemed to benefit welfare. Social distancing measures will continue to be upheld.
Please see the website for further details.

As we continue to work with reduced staff currently, please be patient if our phone lines are busy.

Thankyou for your continued support 🌈

24/03/2020

🛑COVID -19 🛑

In light of the new ‘lock down’ status in the UK we have had to update our protocols in line with British Veterinary Association and The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons advice.

🐶🐱🐴
We will now have to stop all routine work for pets and horses, this includes vaccinations to all but primary courses for puppies, kittens and foals. All calls will be triaged and you may be offered a phone / video consultation

Our Prescribing laws have temporarily been relaxed during this unprecedented time, meaning we may be able to prescribe medications over the telephone.

Our dedicated team will ofcourse still be available 24/7 for true emergencies. In the case of your pet being seen, we will ask you hand over your pet and wait outside the practice whilst they are examined and treated.

🐄🐑🐷
Farm work is still considered ‘essential work’ due to food chain supply, however some routine farm work such as disbudding and castration will need to be postponed.

Thankyou for your patience and understanding at this difficult time.
Stay safe ❤️

Address

8 New Row
Boroughbridge
YO51 9AX

Telephone

01423 322316

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A huge thank you to Julian and Sally today for looking after our Mia as she crossed over the Rainbow Bridge 🌈 Thank you for your patience as we said our goodbyes. Such caring vets. 🐾
Quite upsetting hearing from Petplan and asking us to chase our vets up because they haven't responded to the claim form for Maisie after she was put to sleep. Please Rae Bean can you deal with this so as we don't have to call again, am in tears here. Thank you :(
Hi all. Hope you are all OK. I have sent a message as want to know if Julian would let me know if he wants any kits. Mine are 2 weeks at mo and last year he did mention about having some but I had homes already. Take care x
My 8 year old Labrador Tess is typical of her breed in many ways, however her habit of eating other dog faeces has become much more than a habit and seems to be her sole occupation when out and about to the point where we are reluctant to let her off-lead. We are wondering, reluctantly, if we should consider fitting her with a muzzle and if so, which types are suitable for a dog of her breed.
Me and my family would like to thank Julian Norton for coming out to our cat Miss Babs she is very skittish and bad tempers when it comes to vets but between you and our mum you got her done. Thank you again The kirby family xx🐈☀️👍🏻🥰🤪
Julian Norton best vet ever.
Watching Julian attending to poorly animals is awe inspiring what a fantastic vet.
I would like to thank all the staff for how well they have taken care of George (Welsh Springer Spaniel) over the last 13 years they were always there when we needed them whether it was for Advice or treatment. We would like to say a huge thank you to Katie (vet surgeon)who came to our home and helped us while we spent our last moments with him ♥️ what a practice keep up the good work all of you 😊
George Hodgson sends a big big thank you to all the love and care that he received at your practice last week ###x,,,, (this is a post opp photo)
Neil the cockerill, recovering from his op!
Vets feeling festive! Christmas bandage 😃 Thankyou all at Rae Bean vets