Rory Lydon, principal, at Lydon Veterinary Centre has been nominated for 2011
The Petplan ‘Vet Of the Year ‘ Awards.
These are equivalent to the ‘Oscars’ .. so he is delighted that his talents have been recognised
Lydon Veterinary Practice has been nominated for Veterinary Practice Of The Year
Sharon Mosley has been nominated for Veterinary Support Staff of the Year Award
Yesterday , 22/1/2013 ,we had our inspection by an RCVS inspector for the Practice Standards Scheme. He was impressed by the practice and remarked ” you get a feel for a practice within 5 minutes” and ours was very favourable .
This is a great reassurance to you the pet owner , knowing that your pet is been cared for in a Practice that meets the standard of the RCVS.
NOT ALL practices are inspected by RCVS. It is a voluntary scheme run by the RCVS to assist the pet owning public in choosing a practice that meets certain criteria (in ours .. 90 pages of regulations to assure the pet owner that your pet is cared for properly)
The RCVS is the regulatory body for veterinary surgeons in the UK. Its role is:
To safeguard the health and welfare of animals committed to veterinary care through the regulation of the educational, ethical and clinical standards of the veterinary profession, thereby protecting the interests of those dependent on animals and assuring public health.
To act as an impartial source of informed opinion on animal health and welfare issues and their interaction with human health.
We are the veterinary practice to the North Birmingham Branch of The Cats Protection . All the cats they home are fully vaccinated , and at least one from a colony/ litter are tested for Feline Leukaemia AND Feline Immundeficiency Virus before the kittens / cats are rehome , after a full veterinary check.
Some of these kittens come in as Fiery little fellows , but with the care , patience , and attention they turn into every bodies dream kitten.
Please check their website for their latest arrivals
Their website http://www.northbirmingham.cats.org.uk/index.asp?m=hac
Perhaps you would like to give a kitten a home ?
Last week my in-laws lost their dog (luckily Found),and the whole experience allowed me to look at the crisis from an owners point of view ! Help
Lost Pet Action Plan
- Contact your local vets and inform them
- Contact the Night/Weekend Emergency Clinics
- Contact your local Dog Warden Birmingham 0121303 9900 – Great Barr/Walsall 01922652217
- Contact the Dogs Home 0121 643 5211
- Contact West Midlands Police 0845 113 5000
- Contact Cats Protection 0121377 6302
- Contact RSPCA 08705555999
- If your Pet is Microchipped .. Do they have your latest mobile telephone Number?
- Contact People near where your Pet is Lost , Leaflet drop/ poster / Newspaper article /Local radio Etc.
Use your Mobile No , one your out searching for your pet and people can contact you & Secondly odd people can use your home number if used in leaflet drops etc