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Covid-19 Adjusted Opening Hours

Opening hours:  28 March – mid April

 

We are available on the phone or video-consulations:

Weekdays: 8:30am – 7pm.

Saturdays: 8:30am – Midday.

 

When is there someone in the building at the Market Square?

Weekday opening:  10am – 2pm  Please call first.

Saturday Opening:  10am – Midday  Please call first.

 

We are available to help you and your pets if needed throughout the day.

Please bear in mind we are trying our very best to help you and you pets and keep everyone safe at the same time.

The situation will be reassessed in roughly 2 weeks when new regulations are announced.

We do not expect any vaccination breakdowns for this period in pets who have had regular vaccinations in the past.

 

 

Covid19 has changed the way we work.

 

We are no longer doing routine booster vaccinations or routine procedures/surgeries, e.g. neutering, clip claws etc until government and governing body reassessment in mid April.

We are available for video or telephonic consultations throughout the day with a vet or a nurse for any queries you may have (ideally between 10am and 2pm when we know there is someone at the surgery).

There are members of the team in the building at Potton Vets from 10am and 2pm weekdays, this is the time to collect medications, food and anything else you may need, please call us and we will arrange a collection time slot for you, so that we don’t have queues outside the door.

If consultations or treatment is needed, we will arrange a mutually convenient time  – usually between 10am and 2pm.

We really appreciate your ongoing patience and support.

We all wish you well during this trying time, please keep safe.

Alan, Rene and all of us at Potton Vets.

Video-consulations

 

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