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.
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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.

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.

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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.

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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 ❤️

20/03/2020

Covid-19 update

Please be reassured our dedicated team are still able to provide the 24 hour care to all our patients as usual.

Rest assured we currently have no shortages in any of the important drug categories. our wholesaler is however experiencing some issues with the increased demand and staffing shortages and deliveries are less frequent than usual. We are therefore asking to please allow us atleast 3 working days for prescription repeats.

Many Thanks for your understanding at this difficult time. We will continue to do all we can to keep you and your pets safe!

16/03/2020

In light of the current situation with covoid-19 we are now operating with the following policy:

- If you are self isolating and have an appointment, are concerned about your pet or require a repeat prescription; Please either arrange someone else to bring your pet into the surgery or call us for advice if you are struggling to arrange this. We will do all we can to provide assistance.

- wherever possible please have only one person attending each pet consultation.

- Please use hand gel on arrival and exit of the surgery, we have some on reception if you do not have your own.

- For anyone with additional requirements or concerns when visiting the vets please contact the Surgery. Arrangements can be made to telephone on arrival and use separate entrances.

As per government advice please do not leave home and do not come into the surgery if you are feeling unwell.

03/02/2020

Please can all clients with appointments at the surgery today and tomorrow be aware there are road closures in Boroughbridge. Please allow extra time for parking and anybody with mobility issues please feel free to contact the surgery to re-arrange your appointment as parking near by may not be available.
Apologies for any inconvenience.

This is Twiglet who went missing almost 3 years ago. Today she was re-united with her very happy owners thanks to her mi...
28/01/2020

This is Twiglet who went missing almost 3 years ago. Today she was re-united with her very happy owners thanks to her microchip! It is now the law for all dogs in he UK to be microchipped, but this story demonstrates the importance of microchipping your cats and even bunnies and ferrets etc too. Please make sure your pets chip details are up-to date or contact the surgery to book an appointment to get your pet microchipped if he or she does not yet have one!

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR HORSE, PONIES AND DONKEY OWNERSA new law requiring horse owners to microchip their animals has...
13/01/2020
Compulsory microchipping to improve horse welfare

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR HORSE, PONIES AND DONKEY OWNERS

A new law requiring horse owners to microchip their animals has been introduced today to prevent abuse and improve welfare.

From October 2020 it will be mandatory for all owners to have microchipped their horses, ponies and donkeys. The new Central Equine Database will then allow local authorities and police to track down the owners of dumped horses and make sure they are punished and the animals are given the care they deserve. It will also mean lost or stolen horses will be reunited with their owners more easily.

If horse owners do not microchip their horses by October 2020 they could face sanctions from their local authority including a compliance notice and, as a last resort, a fine of up to £200.

https://www.gov.uk/government/news/compulsory-microchipping-to-improve-horse-welfare

A new law requiring horses to be microchipped has been introduced today to prevent abuse and improve welfare.

13/12/2019

Our phone system is now back up and running.
Thank you for your patience.

We had a report of someone placing white powder at the base of lamp posts around different locations in Boroughbridge. W...
25/11/2019

We had a report of someone placing white powder at the base of lamp posts around different locations in Boroughbridge. We don’t know what it is, but please be cautious and try to keep your pet away from it.

Everyone at Rae Bean would like to wish Julian the best of luck with his operation, he’ll be out of action for a few wee...
18/11/2019

Everyone at Rae Bean would like to wish Julian the best of luck with his operation, he’ll be out of action for a few weeks.

We wish him a speedy recovery and look forward having him back in the new year!

This female cat has been living as a stray locally for 3 weeks now, unfortunately has no microchip. Please, contact the ...
05/11/2019

This female cat has been living as a stray locally for 3 weeks now, unfortunately has no microchip. Please, contact the surgery directly if you recognise her, thank you.

*FOUND*Does anyone recognise this very friendly, adult, female cat found locally? She doesn’t have a microchip. She seem...
23/09/2019

*FOUND*
Does anyone recognise this very friendly, adult, female cat found locally? She doesn’t have a microchip. She seems healthy and we have treated her for fleas and worms. Please contact the surgery directly if you have any information as we would love to reunite her with her owner.

02/07/2019

Due to unforeseen circumstances, our out of hours phone is not connecting, so please contact us on 07751 719808 and one of our nurses will answer.

Sorry about the inconvenience caused.

Thank you Everyone in Boroughbridge!
15/06/2019

Thank you Everyone in Boroughbridge!

BREAKING NEWS
The Yorkshire Vet wins BEST DOCUMENTARY SERIES at the Royal Television Society Yorkshire Programme Awards last night.
We are beyond thrilled at winning this prestigious award. More details and photos from a most memorable night for Peter, Julian and the team to follow. We wanted to share the news with you and our massive THANKS for your unfailing support. We're only winners because of YOU and the wonderful clients served by Skeldale and Rae Bean and Partners. Look out for the photos coming soon.

07/05/2019
The Yorkshire Vet

The Yorkshire Vet

A little lamb, born in the last few hours and found with his intestines hanging out, has been rushed into the practice to see Candela. With time a crucial factor, Julian arrives to help, but they can see it’ll be an uphill battle to save the baby.

07/05/2019
The Yorkshire Vet

The Yorkshire Vet

A little lamb, born in the last few hours and found with his intestines hanging out, has been rushed into the practice to see Candela. With time a crucial factor, Julian arrives to help, but they can see it’ll be an uphill battle to save the baby.

28/04/2019
Keeping Britain's Horses Healthy

Keeping Britain's Horses Healthy

To celebrate ⭐#WorldVeterinaryDay⭐ we’d like to hear about your vet or vet practice and the ways they’ve contributed towards your horse’s health #ThankAVet 🐴💉

Emma, one of our vets, had a big calving job to do last night. Needless to say that the results were worth the effort!!
08/04/2019

Emma, one of our vets, had a big calving job to do last night. Needless to say that the results were worth the effort!!

Today is the last day of the Horse Health week, and here is some more useful information about infectious diseases
31/03/2019

Today is the last day of the Horse Health week, and here is some more useful information about infectious diseases

Vaccination programmes should start when foals are 5-6 months old. Where there’s increased disease risk or poor colostrum intake, vaccination can begin earlier. Seek advice from your vet about the best time to vaccinate your foal #KBHH #FocusOnFoals #MareManagement

Complete the quiz on infectious disease risk on a retired horse and be in with a chance of winning a saddlecloth!
30/03/2019

Complete the quiz on infectious disease risk on a retired horse and be in with a chance of winning a saddlecloth!

If Buzz was a retired older horse would that make him more susceptible to an infectious disease? Take this quiz to find out and be in with a chance of winning a #KBHH saddlecloth http://ow.ly/GbSI30nUrAi #HorseHealthWeek #HHWKnowYourRisk

Keeping Britain's Horses Healthy
30/03/2019

Keeping Britain's Horses Healthy

#DidYouKnow the bacteria (Streptococcus equi) can live in water for up to four weeks? #KBHH #HorseHealthWeek #HHWKnowYourRisk

30/03/2019
Keeping Britain's Horses Healthy

Retired horses are still at risk of infectious disease.

#DidYouKnow retired horses are still at risk of infectious diseases? Immunity doesn’t last a lifetime so ensure your #GoldenOldie’s vaccinations are up to date for the best protection #KBHH #HorseHealthWeek #HHWKnowYourRisk

#DidYouKnow a horse doesn’t need to leave the field to be at risk of tetanus? The bacteria (Clostidium tetani) live in s...
29/03/2019

#DidYouKnow a horse doesn’t need to leave the field to be at risk of tetanus? The bacteria (Clostidium tetani) live in soil and enter the body via wounds, most commonly a punctured sole #KBHH #HorseHealthWeek #HHWKnowYourRisk

#DidYouKnow a horse doesn’t need to leave the field to be at risk of tetanus? The bacteria (Clostidium tetani) live in soil and enter the body via wounds, most commonly a punctured sole #KBHH #HorseHealthWeek #HHWKnowYourRisk

29/03/2019
Keeping Britain's Horses Healthy

Keeping Britain's Horses Healthy

#DidYouKnow avoiding nose to nose contact with other horses and using your own equipment and water at competitions reduces the risk of disease infection? #KBHH #HorseHealthWeek #HHWKnowYourRisk

29/03/2019
Keeping Britain's Horses Healthy

An important bit of info about the equine flu

#DidYouKnow equine flu can travel up to 5km in favourable conditions? Vaccinating your horse helps to prevent the spread of the disease #KBHH #HorseHealthWeek #HHWKnowYourRisk

Welcome to the 3rd day of Horse Health Week 2019!Do you know Buzz’s risk of infectious disease as a young horse? Take to...
27/03/2019
Horse Health Week 2019 is here! | MSD Animal Health HUB

Welcome to the 3rd day of Horse Health Week 2019!

Do you know Buzz’s risk of infectious disease as a young horse? Take today’s quiz to find out and be in with a chance of winning a saddlecloth

http://ow.ly/vEnP50mwHcr

Bookmark this Horse Home Horse Health Week Quiz Monday Horse Health Week Quiz Tuesday Horse Health Week Quiz Wednesday Horse Health Week Quiz Thursday Horse Health Week Quiz Friday What's your risk? assessment Infectious Disease and Vaccination articles Doing the best for your horse animations Bookm...

Keeping Britain's Horses Healthy
27/03/2019

Keeping Britain's Horses Healthy

#DidYouKnow it’s important that all horses are regularly vaccinated to maintain protection, even older horses? #KBHH #HorseHealthWeek #HHWKnowYourRisk

27/03/2019
Keeping Britain's Horses Healthy

Keeping Britain's Horses Healthy

#DidYouKnow vaccinating mares helps to ensure good quality, protective colostrum for newborn foals? Foals need the antibodies found in colostrum to help protect them against disease #KBHH #HorseHealthWeek #HHWKnowYourRisk

Welcome to the 2nd day of the Horse Health Week! Here is today’s quiz! Try to complete it! Every day there is a chance t...
26/03/2019
Horse Health Week 2019 is here! | MSD Animal Health HUB

Welcome to the 2nd day of the Horse Health Week! Here is today’s quiz! Try to complete it!

Every day there is a chance to win* a Keeping Britain’s Horses Healthy saddlecloth.

https://www.msd-animal-health-hub.co.uk/Healthy-Horses/HHW

Bookmark this Horse Home Horse Health Week Quiz Monday Horse Health Week Quiz Tuesday Horse Health Week Quiz Wednesday Horse Health Week Quiz Thursday Horse Health Week Quiz Friday What's your risk? assessment Infectious Disease and Vaccination articles Doing the best for your horse animations Bookm...

Today is the 1st day of Horse health week. This year is all about infectious disease. Stay tuned as informative videos w...
25/03/2019

Today is the 1st day of Horse health week. This year is all about infectious disease.
Stay tuned as informative videos will be coming your way!

This year, Horse Health Week will be raising awareness of how exposed Britain’s horses are to infectious diseases and ho...
22/03/2019
Horse Health Week 2019 | MSD Animal Health HUB

This year, Horse Health Week will be raising awareness of how exposed Britain’s horses are to infectious diseases and how appropriate vaccination and biosecurity can help reduce this risk.

Keep an eye between 25th and 29th March in our page!

https://www.msd-animal-health-hub.co.uk/Healthy-Horses/HHW

Bookmark this Horse Home Bookmark this Horse Health Week 2019 This year, Horse Health Week will be raising awareness of how exposed Britain’s horses are to infectious diseases and how appropriate vaccination and biosecurity can help reduce this risk. Check back between the 25th-29th March to learn...

**REMINDER**Rabbit VaccinationMost rabbit owners currently vaccinate yearly for RHD1 and Myxomatosis in a combined vacci...
14/02/2019

**REMINDER**
Rabbit Vaccination
Most rabbit owners currently vaccinate yearly for RHD1 and Myxomatosis in a combined vaccine. There is however, a 2ND rabbit vaccine on the market we advise; RHD2.

What is RHD2 ?
There are two strains of rabbit haemorrhagic disease (RHD), both highly contagious. They have few to no symptoms and are fatal in most cases.
The second and most recent strain of the disease, RHD2, is affecting increasing numbers of pet rabbits in the UK.
The only way to protect your rabbit is with a preventative vaccine.

What does the vaccine involve?
The vaccine for RHD2 needs to be given at least two weeks after the vaccine for the first RHD strain. Booster vaccines are currently recommended every 9 months for RHD2. ( RHD1 and Myxomatosis vaccine continues to be advised as a booster every 12 months)

Please call us to check your bunny is up to date!

Bella is still missing from Helperby area. Please share this post and help to try get her home...
27/12/2018

Bella is still missing from Helperby area. Please share this post and help to try get her home...

Please see below post we have been sent about missing Bella:

**Missing Cat**

Bella is missing since Saturday 24th November.
She is a 15 month old Calico neutered female. Micro chipped but not wearing a collar. She has a distinctive white stripe across her back. She’s quite a timid little girl who requires daily medication, so may get quite poorly without this. It’s very unlike her to not come home. Missing from Dunroyal area of Helperby, please check your sheds and outhouses in case she is locked somewhere. Please share and help me find my girl.

Do you recognise this cat? He is a young adult, entire male. He seems quite a nervous chap. Not microchipped. Please con...
29/11/2018

Do you recognise this cat? He is a young adult, entire male. He seems quite a nervous chap. Not microchipped. Please contact the surgery if you know where he may be from.

Anne and Julian been in alpaca action today! A rather large growth had to be removed from a limb, we hope that Ebony has...
22/11/2018

Anne and Julian been in alpaca action today! A rather large growth had to be removed from a limb, we hope that Ebony has a perfect recovery!

Katy and Candela brought to the world this little calf a couple of nights ago, mom had a caesarean section and we are ha...
12/10/2018

Katy and Candela brought to the world this little calf a couple of nights ago, mom had a caesarean section and we are happy to say that cow and calf are doing great!

It’s a great day at Rae, Bean & partners.

FREE CUSHINGS LAB TESTS ARE BACK!A few years ago PPID or Equine Cushing’s Disease was considered a rare hormonal disease...
11/10/2018
Home page | Talk About Laminitis

FREE CUSHINGS LAB TESTS ARE BACK!

A few years ago PPID or Equine Cushing’s Disease was considered a rare hormonal disease in horses. Now it is thought to affect over 20% of horses over the age of 15.

Clinical signs of Cushings include : laminitis , long poor quality hair coat, pot belly, fat pads above eyes and on crest of neck, excessive/patchy sweating, increased drinking and urination, lethargy/poor performance and recurrent infections eg. foot abscesses, sinusitis.

Early diagnosis and treatment can prevent the above signs and improve your horse's quality of life significantly.

Testing for Cushings involves a simple blood test which is most accurate if done in Spring or Autumn. Liphook Laboratory are now offering free lab tests to any horse which has never been tested or has had a previous negative test.

Please Contact the practice for more information or go to the website: https://www.talkaboutlaminitis.co.uk
(NB. Although the lab fees are free, charges for vet visits, blood sampling and postage do still apply.)

The vast majority of laminitis cases are caused by an underlying hormonal condition, either Cushing’s Disease (which is more accurately termed Pituitary Pars Intermedia Dysfunction - PPID) or Equine Metabolic Syndrome (EMS).

28/09/2018

We have had a stray puppy, without a chip (approx 10 weeks old) found near Aldborough handed in yesterday. Please contact the surgery with a description if you've lost a puppy!

We are very excited to announce that Rae Bean and Partners will be featuring in the new series of The Yorkshire Vet, sta...
23/08/2018

We are very excited to announce that Rae Bean and Partners will be featuring in the new series of The Yorkshire Vet, starting on Tuesday at 8pm on Channel 5. Tune in to see Julian and the team at the Boroughbridge surgery with some new challenges!

This lovely Labrador wasn’t feeling her best and after some investigation we could see in the x-ray that big white lump ...
18/08/2018

This lovely Labrador wasn’t feeling her best and after some investigation we could see in the x-ray that big white lump in the middle of the abdomen. It is indeed the brown stone in a pot. It might not look like much, but definitely not something anybody would like to have in their small intestine!

She had an amazing recovery after removing it!

She still wagged her tail at us and gave us a few kisses day after the surgery!

It’s a great day at Rae, Bean & Partners.

This is Blackhall Albert, he’s a 2 year old traditional gypsy cob owned by one of our nurses, Sally, who has had him sin...
16/07/2018

This is Blackhall Albert, he’s a 2 year old traditional gypsy cob owned by one of our nurses, Sally, who has had him since he was a foal. She’s taken him to local shows but decided to give him a chance at the Great Yorkshire Show this year and we’re thrilled, as Albert took 2nd place in his class!

He is a cheeky pony and seems to enjoy showing himself off in the show ring!

Well done Albert and Sally!! We look forward to seeing what Albert does next!

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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