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It’s almost holiday time!

It’s almost holiday time!

It's almost holiday time! Traveling with Your Pet to Europe? Planning a trip to Europe with your wee one? Make sure you're prepared with all the necessary documentation to ensure a smooth journey. Here’s what your pet needs: Microchip: Ensure your pet is microchipped...

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Important Update for XL Bully Owners

Important Update for XL Bully Owners

Important Update for XL Bully Owners! The Scottish Government has announced new regulations concerning XL Bully dogs, which are now in effect. What is an XL Bully? An XL Bully is characterized by its large, muscular build, with males standing at least 20 inches and...

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RCVS accreditation standards

RCVS accreditation standards

We are proud to be a Tier 2 RCVS Accredited small animal practice. As a team we are delighted to announce that we passed our recent RCVS inspection for the Practice Standards Scheme. It is optional for veterinary practices to join the scheme and we pay an annual fee...

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CMA Investigation

CMA Investigation

Dear Clients As you may well be aware, the Competition and Marketing Authority have released an interim report into the veterinary industry. As one of the few remaining small animal, independent veterinary practices in Glasgow, we welcome the investigation into the...

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Saturday Hours Extended

Saturday Hours Extended

We are delighted to announce that our Saturday hours are now from 9am-4pm, allowing us to provide an excellent level of care to our patients over the weekend. Call the practice to book your appointment or alternatively you may book via PetsApp.

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Outdoor Space

Outdoor Space

Many of our clients may not be aware that our practice has a lovely back garden in a protected and safe environment to exercise inpatients when necessary. We are very proud of this space as its a unique feature for a Veterinary clinic to have within a city.

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Wellness Plans

Wellness Plans

We have recently launched two new Wellness Plans with PetsApp! Our Wellness Plans are a great way to ensure your pet is kept up to date with vaccinations and appropriate parasite prevention, as well as providing a means to spread out the cost of routine health care....

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Our Environmental Policy

Our Environmental Policy

Queens Crescent Veterinary is committed to the continual improvement of our environmental performance in relation to our services and operations. At Queens Crescent Veterinary we value reducing the impact that the medical industry has on environmental wastage. We aim...

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Humm Finance

Financing options are available Please speak to a member of the team for further information

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Raw Food Diets

Raw Food Diets

Why do people feed raw diets? A lot of people who feed their dogs a raw diet do so because they see it as being a more “natural” option to traditional dog food. However, there are no studies to support that raw feeding is better than traditional dog food. Owners who...

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Dry Eye

Dry Eye

March Newsletter – Dry Eye Dry eye is a condition which affects 1/22 of all dogs in the UK. It is caused by irreversible destruction of the tear glands by a dog's own immune system. Predisposed  breeds include Yorkshire Terrier Pekingese Lhasa Apso Bull Dog...

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Taking your pet abroad

Taking your pet abroad

The holiday season is coming up!Many pet owners are not aware of the changes to pet travel since Brexit. If you are planning on travelling to an EU country (Or Northern Ireland) Unfortunately British pet passports are no longer a thing! Instead, they have been...

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Firework season!

Firework season!

Fireworks are joyous for many however they are often a terror for our furry pals! We are rapidly approaching firework season which can be an incredibly stressful time for many of our clients.Now is the time to plan ahead! As expected, the demand for both herbal and...

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‘Kennel’ cough

‘Kennel’ cough

‘Kennel’ cough, if only it was that simple! Kennel cough is a very contagious and uncomfortable condition that can rapidly spread between dogs during socialization, such as puppy classes, playtime in the park and of course from areas where dogs are kept in dense...

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