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7 Feb 2019

February is our senior pet month

With advances in veterinary medicine our pets are enjoying longer lives. Sometimes this means an increased incidence of age-related conditions. This should not stop them from enjoying a good quality of life in their golden years. However, it could mean a need for some changes to be made. It’s  not always “just getting old”


Please take advantage of our FREE nurse checks if your pet is over 10 years old, during month of February. Call one of our surgeries and our friendly nurses will make an appointment to have your pet checked.

19 Jan 2019

Nominated for the Practice of the year

Great start to the New Year. Our team at Gordon House Veterinary Centre have been nominated by Pet Plan Veterinary Awards for the Practice of the year


11 Jan 2019





We have an exciting opportunity for a small animal vet to join a well-established independent small animal practice for 2/3 days a week (No OOH and Weekends). Our two RCVS accredited surgeries are well equipped including digital x-ray and ultrasound and is supported by a dedicated team of nurses.


For further information and an application form, please send you CV to the Practice Manager alternatively you can post to the address below:


Miss Karen Collie

Blackwater Valley Vets

Gordon House Veterinary Centre

216 Gordon House



GU15 2NT


19 Dec 2018

Christmas opening hours

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all our patients and their families.

We hope you do not have to use our services over the festive season, but we will be open most of the days. If we are closed please call VetsNow on the 01252 737555

7 Nov 2018

Dental Month is extended through November

We have had a large interest in our dental month in October. In fact, to make sure all patients needing dental attention benefit from our offer we have decided to continue through November.

If you think your pet would need our free dental check offer please call our reception soon.


Pembroke Welsh Corgi puppy with a toothbrush

26 Oct 2018

How to help your pets which are scared of fireworks

Fireworks season is around the corner. This can be fun for humans, but more than 40% of pets in UK have a degree of phobia of fireworks!
There are a lot of simple steps we can take to prevent anxiety and help our pets. But you have to think ahead and prepare for firework nights. Please do not hesitate to ask our staff for advice and here are a few useful tips:

Tips to help your dog:

1. Make sure your dog gets plenty of exercise earlier in the day.
2. Keep your dogs inside during fireworks, preferably with human companionship. Bringing your dogs to a fireworks display is never a good idea.
3. Provide a safe place inside for your dogs to retreat. When scared of sounds they can’t orient, dogs often prefer small enclosed areas. If your dog is comfortable in a crate, that is a good option.
4. If possible, keep the windows and curtains closed. Covering the crate or lowering the blinds can also be helpful. Removing visual stimulation can also help calm dogs.
5. Make sure all your dogs are micro-chipped and chips registered to your current address and phone number.
6. Leave your dog something fun to do – like a frozen Kong filled with his favourite treats.
7. Put on soft music in the background (classical music is a good idea)
8. Using supplements like Zylkine, Calm food and Adaptil can be very useful if used in appropriately and together with other modifications

Tips to help your cat:

1. Provide hiding places in your home
2. Cats can become more stressed if they’re outside during fireworks
3. Microchip your cats in case they’re startled and escape outside
4. Using supplements like Zylkine, Calm food and Feliway can be very useful if used in appropriately and together with other modifications

Tips to help your rabbits and guinea pigs

1. Partly cover outside cages and pens with blankets so an area is soundproofed and hidden, but allow another area for the animals to look out
2. Provide bedding small animals can burrow in
3. Consider bringing them indoors – this will need to be done gradually so plan ahead

17 Oct 2018

In October we are offering FREE dental checks by our qualified nurses. We are also offering 20% off dental procedures

Dental problems are the most common health problem of our pets! Especially middle aged and senior dogs and cats are affected. However, it is often overlooked and poorly understood.
In October we are offering FREE dental checks by our qualified nurses. We are also offering 20% off dental procedures.
Common signs of dental problems in dogs and cats are:
• Smelly breath
• Salivating
• Pain when mouth is touched
• Reluctance to play with toys • Inflamed/red gums
• Rubbing or pawing at the mouth

Please don’t let your pets suffer quietly have them checked by our qualified nurses if you suspect it

8 Jul 2018

Frimley Green Carnival

Blackwater Valley Veterinary Centres would like to thank everyone who visited our stand. We had a glorious sunny and a very hot day at The Carnival. Loads of people and quite a few brave dogs. We provided plenty of water and a paddling pool to help them cool down.

The raffle helped us rise money for the local charities. Also, congratulations to the worthy winners. Great day



5 Jul 2018

This Sunday is Frimley Green Carnival

This Sunday is Frimley Green Carnival. As we have done every year we will support our local community and take part. We will be on hand to chat toy you about your pets, offer free advice and treats for your furry friends. We will also have a raffle with wonderful prices and all the proceeds going to RSPCA and Cat Protection League . We look forward to seeing you there!


22 May 2018

We are helping Surrey Heath keeping our Recreation Grounds Clean

Blackwater Valley Vets is taking part in a two-year project aimed at keeping our Recreation Grounds Clean. We are happy to support Surrey Heath providing dog waste stations and free dog waste bags. All dog walkers should take advantage of this and make sure they clean after their pets. This helps reduce the spread of parasites and helps everyone enjoy our borough.

Best wishes from Blackwater Valley Vets



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