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Saxon Vets

Saxon Vets Saxon Veterinary Surgery is a small animal veterinary surgery in Wickham Market, Suffolk. Our clients tell us that the most important thing they want and need from a veterinary practice is a solid and trusting relationship when they need us most.

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Get your paws on a welcome pack when you join the Pet Health Club online! ✨ Exciting news! ✨ If you join the Pet Health ...
06/08/2022

Get your paws on a welcome pack when you join the Pet Health Club online! ✨ Exciting news! ✨ If you join the Pet Health Club online, you get a free welcome pack, full of goodies for you and your pet! Just another reason to join the club! Find out more: https://bit.ly/PHCWelcomePack. Welcome packs only available for dogs & cats when you sign up via thepethealthclub.co.uk. Subject to availability.

03/08/2022

Beach tips... There’s nothing like a trip to the seaside on a summer’s day, especially when your furry friend can come along and join in the fun! Sadly, beaches can pose some threats to our dogs so it’s important for owners to remain vigilant. Let’s take a look at the main threats to watch out for, and how to keep your dog safe when they’re at the beach. Watch our explainer video and for more information visit https://www.myfamilyvets.co.uk/taking-care-of-your-dog-at-the-beach

Campsites, Not Parasites. Your pet will love a well-deserved UK getaway just as much as you. But new environments could ...
01/08/2022

Campsites, Not Parasites. Your pet will love a well-deserved UK getaway just as much as you. But new environments could present new parasite threats. Have a chat with us before you go away. For more information you can also visit www.msd-animal-health-hub.co.uk/KBPH/staycation #PROTECTOURFUTURETOO

30/07/2022

Our pets are like our best friends. Share a photo of yours below...

We are very excited to confirm some very big news! From August 2022, we are delighted to be expanding our partnership wi...
29/07/2022

We are very excited to confirm some very big news!

From August 2022, we are delighted to be expanding our partnership with Framlingham Vets, to offer Saxon Vet clients and their pets’ access to high-standard surgical facilities. Even more exciting our team of vets from Saxon, will be based at and completing surgical treatment at Framingham Vets, during dedicated times.

Of course, we will still be offering all the services you have come to expect from us including nurse clinics, annual vaccinations, and health checks right here at Saxon Vets.

Located just a short drive from Saxon Vets, the purpose-built Framlingham practice offers:
• Spacious kennels in a well-lit ventilated ward. Separate, quiet ward for cats
• Experienced registered nurses supporting Saxon’s vet team during operations
• High standards of patient safety and care during surgical treatment
• High standards of infection control
• Fully equipped dental suite
• Imaging room
• Onsite laboratory
• Dedicated surgical theatre

We hope you enjoyed our big news, but if you do have any questions just give us a call - our team will be happy to help!

25/07/2022

**MISSING CAT**

This beautiful cat, with very striking features, has been missing for 48 hours now from Pembroke Road in Framlingham.

Please check garages, sheds etc. in case it has got shut in somewhere.

If you have any news please call us on 01728 621666.

Is your cat approaching their elderly years? Support their joints and muscles, and maintain a healthy heart and vision w...
20/07/2022

Is your cat approaching their elderly years?

Support their joints and muscles, and maintain a healthy heart and vision with our great-tasting 7+ Years diet.

Shop in practice or online https://www.shop.myfamilyvets.co.uk/

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Let’s have some fun! What’s the first word you see?
19/07/2022

Let’s have some fun! What’s the first word you see?

#sundayfunday  #naturesrangepetfood #myfamilyvets #ivcevidensia
17/07/2022

#sundayfunday

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Heat stroke in cats is a bigger threat than you may think. Although our feline friends descend from desert environments,...
15/07/2022

Heat stroke in cats is a bigger threat than you may think. Although our feline friends descend from desert environments, they can still suffer from heat stroke when the heat is sweltering – both inside and out. Let’s take a closer look at heat stroke in cats, how to spot it and how to keep your cat safe and cool. Read more at @MyFamilyVets: https://www.myfamilyvets.co.uk/heat-stroke-in-cats

Is your dog approaching their elderly years? Support their joints, muscles and organ function with our great-tasting 7+ ...
14/07/2022

Is your dog approaching their elderly years?

Support their joints, muscles and organ function with our great-tasting 7+ Years diet.

Shop in practice or online https://www.shop.myfamilyvets.co.uk/

#naturesrangepetfood #ivcevidensia #myfamilyvets

11/07/2022

Sadly, we have collected a deceased, quite large, grey cat from near the telephone exchange off Border Cot Lane this morning.

Please contact the surgery for more details 01728 747427.

How old is your dog in human years? Let us know in the comments.
11/07/2022

How old is your dog in human years? Let us know in the comments.

Lets hear from you.....any 'roast dinners' out there? 😄😹 #myfamilyvets #ivcevidensia #naturesrangepetfood
10/07/2022

Lets hear from you.....any 'roast dinners' out there? 😄😹

#myfamilyvets #ivcevidensia #naturesrangepetfood

We humans may love the warm and sunny weather, but hot days aren't as much fun for our dogs. Dogs often suffer from heat...
04/07/2022

We humans may love the warm and sunny weather, but hot days aren't as much fun for our dogs. Dogs often suffer from heat-related stress and are susceptible to heat stroke, which can be fatal. To prevent this, it's important to know how to keep them cool and comfortable during hot summer days. 5 ways to keep dogs cool on hot days can be found here at @MyFamilyVets: https://www.myfamilyvets.co.uk/5-ways-to-keep-your-dog-cool-on-hot-days

Neospora Caninum is a parasite that can infect cattle, sheep, goats and camelids. Neospora is the most commonly diagnose...
02/07/2022

Neospora Caninum is a parasite that can infect cattle, sheep, goats and camelids. Neospora is the most commonly diagnosed cause of bovine abortion or stillbirths in the UK, and its prevalence is growing worldwide. Farm animals are at risk from infected dog faeces. Please be mindful of other animals and clean up after your dog when walking in the countryside.

What's that? 25% DISCOUNT 🤯 on Nature Range Pet Food for Pet Health Club members, AND home delivery?🚛https://www.shop.my...
02/07/2022

What's that?

25% DISCOUNT 🤯 on Nature Range Pet Food for Pet Health Club members, AND home delivery?🚛

https://www.shop.myfamilyvets.co.uk/

#myfamilyvets #ivcevidensia #naturesrangepetfood

Lungworm in dogs! Lungworm is a particularly nasty type of parasitic worm that can be serious – even fatal – if left unt...
01/07/2022

Lungworm in dogs! Lungworm is a particularly nasty type of parasitic worm that can be serious – even fatal – if left untreated. Unlike many other types of worms your dog is at risk of, lungworm isn’t passed from dog to dog. Instead, slugs and snails are hosts, passing on to unsuspecting pets, and infects dogs when they eat them while out walking or playing. Lungworm prevention is part of our Pet Health Club membership. Read more here: https://www.myfamilyvets.co.uk/lungworm-in-dogs. If you are unsure if you are getting lungworm treatment for your dog, speak to us!

Did you know you could be saving £127 a year on your rabbit’s routine healthcare? The Pet Health Club is a preventative ...
29/06/2022

Did you know you could be saving £127 a year on your rabbit’s routine healthcare? The Pet Health Club is a preventative healthcare plan that includes everything you need to keep your pet healthy and happy! ✅ Annual vaccinations ✅ Flystrike prevention ✅ Six-month health checks ✅ 20% off neutering ✅ Nail clipping... plus, a whole lot more! Join today: https://bit.ly/PracticePetHealthClub

27/06/2022

It's Rabbit Awareness Week. Rabbits make great pets for families and those with busy lives. They’re docile, sociable, and can be trained to use a litter tray. And, of course, they’re super cute!

For that reason, it’s easy to be seduced into buying a rabbit without thinking through your decision. Because it’s always better to make an informed decision before you welcome a new pet to your home, here are some of the things you need to know before buying a rabbit. https://www.myfamilyvets.co.uk/is-a-rabbit-the-right-pet-for-me 🐇🐇🐇

Something to ponder over on a Sunday morning..... 🤔Mine would be, who do you love more, me or tennis balls?#naturesrange...
26/06/2022

Something to ponder over on a Sunday morning..... 🤔
Mine would be, who do you love more, me or tennis balls?

#naturesrangepetfood #myfamilyvets #ivcevidensia

24/06/2022

It's bring your dog to work day! Share a picture below... 🐾

Saxon Vets are excited to launch their new range of dog and cat diets!Natures Range is a Vet Approved, British made, aff...
22/06/2022

Saxon Vets are excited to launch their new range of dog and cat diets!

Natures Range is a Vet Approved, British made, affordable pet food range, that contains 100% natural flavourings and preservatives. They offer a nutritional and tasty complete diets for pets of all ages.

With a 100% money back guarantee and home delivery, what have you got to lose? Give it a try - https://www.shop.myfamilyvets.co.uk/ #naturesrangepetfood #ivcevidensia #myfamilyvets

Don’t let flystrike be an issue this summer! Get flystrike prevention for your bunny with the Pet Health Club! Not sure ...
22/06/2022

Don’t let flystrike be an issue this summer! Get flystrike prevention for your bunny with the Pet Health Club! Not sure what flystrike is? It’s a serious condition that can be fatal to rabbits. It happens as a result of flies laying their eggs on a rabbit’s fur. Flies do this when the fur is dirty or damp, and it’s usually the fur around the rabbit’s bottom that is affected. The eggs hatch into maggots and these maggots eat away at the rabbit’s skin, which can lead to severe infection and in some cases, death. It’s preventable with regular treatment and ensuring your rabbit’s hutch is clean and their bottom is clean! https://bit.ly/PracticePetHealthClub

20/06/2022

Although rabbits originate from the western Mediterranean, they’re not actually used to spending too much time in the red-hot sun. This is because in the wild, rabbits hide out in deep burrows where it’s cool and shaded. Hot summer days can prove dangerous to our bunnies. Here are our 5 summer tips for rabbit owners . . . https://www.myfamilyvets.co.uk/5-summer-tips-for-rabbit-owners

Happy Father's Day!
19/06/2022

Happy Father's Day!

Always lovely to see you Sophie and Rupert! ☺️
15/06/2022

Always lovely to see you Sophie and Rupert! ☺️

**LOST DOG ALERT**Elderly black and tan terrier has gone missing from Barhams Way, Wickham Market.She has a white face, ...
15/06/2022

**LOST DOG ALERT**

Elderly black and tan terrier has gone missing from Barhams Way, Wickham Market.

She has a white face, white paws, one prick ear and one floppy ear.

This dog has mobility issues with her hind legs and can't have gone far. Please check you gardens for her.

Please contact the surgery if you have any information - 01728747427 or call the owner directly on 07731559248

How's your knowledge of fleas? People often think if you can't see fleas on your pet, then there's no need to worry. How...
15/06/2022

How's your knowledge of fleas? People often think if you can't see fleas on your pet, then there's no need to worry. However, this is not often the case. Fleas jump so quickly that it can be impossible to see them on your pet and often owners will only know if they notice flea dirt on their pet (🤢). When you see fleas on your pet, it's normally because the parasite treatment you've given them has started to work and they've slowed down. This is why giving regular flea treatment is important, to keep those pesky parasites off our floofy pets. Pet Health Club has got you covered, with year-round protection for fleas, ticks, worms and any other icky parasites that may be lurking in your area. https://bit.ly/PracticePetHealthClub

Address

22 High St
Wickham Market
IP13 0HE

Opening Hours

Monday 8am - 6:30pm
Tuesday 8am - 6:30pm
Wednesday 8am - 6:30pm
Thursday 8am - 6:30pm
Friday 8am - 6:30pm
Saturday 8:30am - 12:30pm

Telephone

01728 747427

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Thank you to everyone who has made the a sad day special we got these after putting our lovely girl to sleep. Thank u for your years of service we appreciate it so much xx
I would like to thank Kyle and the team at Saxon Vets for the sensitivity and utter kindness they showed me when my dear little Daphne had to be put down in June. She meant the world to me and my family and is now scattered in the garden where she spent her entire lifetime trying with a lack of success rate of 100% to catch mice.
I highly recommend Saxon Vets, who put our dog to sleep this evening. The staff members were so compassionate kind and lovely. Thank you for being so brilliant and caring. Thank you Chris.
Remembering the good times --stay safe everyone x
Sorry for our lack of posts recently but we have been extremely busy behind the scenes. There has been many autumn juveniles to get out of critical care and into stabile hibernation weights. We are also in the middle of rebranding for next year and working with lots of new vet practices. We have been working with Sarah at Saxon Vets in Wickham Market who together with the rest of their team have been looking after little Petunia who is thriving in their care. Thank you for contacting us and we feel so lucky to be working with such hedgehog friendly vets. 🦔♥️🦔