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RABBIT AWARENESS WEEK 2017:

Rabbit Awareness Week (RAW) takes place this year from Saturday 17th June to Sunday 25th June.

RAW is a very important week for our furry friends as it is dedicated to spreading to word about the importance of rabbit welfare and improving the lives of the UK’s rabbits, which are now the 4th most popular pet in the UK (PFMA Pet Population 2016 report).

Here at Holly House we will be showing our support by offering FREE rabbit health checks with our clinic nurse throughout the week.

We are also hosting a FREE Rabbit Awareness evening on Thursday 22nd June at 7pm at our Moor Allerton Clinic. Led by Sarah Brown, one of our fantastic exotic animal vets, the evening will be suitable for not just current but also prospective rabbit owners and will cover various topics including general rabbit care and preventive medicine. You will have the opportunity to put any rabbit-related questions that you may have to Sarah or to Hannah from local small animal charity Camp Nibble who will also coming along for the evening.

To book your Rabbit Awareness Week appointment or reserve your place at our Rabbit Awareness evening, please call the surgery on 0113 2369030 or email us on info@hollyhousevets.co.uk.

For more information about Rabbit Awareness Week and their mission, visit www.rabbitawarenessweek.co.uk.
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ACCESS TO HOLLY HOUSE VETERINARY HOSPITAL DURING ITU WORLD TRIATHLON ON SUNDAY 11TH JUNE:

With the triathlon taking place this Sunday 11th June, a number of roads in the local area (including Street Lane) will be closed.

Holly House Veterinary Hospital on Street Lane will be open as usual (10am-4pm) and our 24-hour onsite emergency service will remain available at all times, however vehicle access to the practice is going to be restricted for the majority of the day. Pedestrian access will be available via pavements.

If you have an emergency whilst the closures are in place, please call us on 0113 2369030 and we will assist in any way we can.

We would also advise that you take a look at the links below for further information before making your way to the practice.

https://leedscc.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=e9c9b6fb68234a228ed6ad2d67c94938

http://leeds.triathlon.org/event_info/local_information/
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BANK HOLIDAY OPENING TIMES:

There will be a slight change to our opening times over the Bank Holiday weekend.

Holly House Veterinary Hospital - Street Lane
Saturday 27th May: 9am - 5pm (as normal)
Sunday 28th May: 10am - 4pm (as normal)
Monday 29th May: 10am - 4pm

Holly House Veterinary Clinic - Moor Allerton Centre
Saturday 27th May: 9am - 5pm (as normal)
Sunday 28th May: 10am - 4pm (for enquiries and food / prescription collections)
Monday 29th May: CLOSED

Outside our Bank Holiday opening times we of course have our emergency service available in case of the unexpected.

Our out-of-hours service is located on-site at our Street Lane hospital and is available 24 hours a day, every day. This service can be accessed day or night by calling the usual number 0113 2369030.
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BANK HOLIDAY OPENING TIMES:

There will be a slight change to our opening times over the Bank Holiday weekend.

Holly House Veterinary Hospital - Street Lane
Saturday 29th April: 9am - 5pm (as normal)
Sunday 30th April: 10am - 4pm (as normal)
Monday 1st May: 10am - 4pm

Holly House Veterinary Clinic - Moor Allerton Centre
Saturday 29th April: 9am - 5pm (as normal)
Sunday 30th April: 10am - 4pm (for enquiries and food / prescription collections)
Monday 1st May: CLOSED

Outside our Bank Holiday opening times we of course have our emergency service available in case of the unexpected.

Our out-of-hours service is located on-site at our Street Lane hospital and is available 24 hours a day, every day. This service can be accessed day or night by calling the usual number 0113 2369030.
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KEEP YOUR PET SAFE THIS EASTER:

At Easter, it is important to remember that many of the delicious seasonal treats that are around at the moment could potentially be very harmful to our pets.

What we consider to be treats can be extremely dangerous for our furry friends - chocolate, raisins, sultanas and currants should all be avoided, as ingestion can be toxic, even fatal. Please ensure all chocolate goodies and hot cross buns are kept well out of your pets reach, and if you have children ask them not to feed your pets anything.

Keep your pet on their normal diet and avoid giving them any of your leftovers as it may cause an upset tummy, or worse. Do not give your pet cooked bones; they can splinter or get lodged in your pet’s throat, fracture teeth or cause serious internal damage if swallowed.

If you suspect your pet has eaten anything poisonous, it is very important that you contact us straight away - the sooner we can take action, the better.

Remember, with our 24-hour on-site emergency service we are here for you and your pet whenever you need us, day or night! Just call us on 0113 2369030.
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EASTER WEEKEND OPENING TIMES:

There will be a slight change to our opening times over the Bank Holiday weekend.

Holly House Veterinary Hospital - Street Lane

Friday 14th April: 10am - 4pm
Saturday 15th April: 9am - 5pm (as normal)
Sunday 16th April: 10am - 4pm (as normal)
Monday 17th April: 10am - 4pm

Holly House Veterinary Clinic - Moor Allerton Centre

Friday 14th April: CLOSED
Saturday 15th April: 9am - 5pm (as normal)
Sunday 16th April: 10am - 4pm (for enquiries and food / prescription collections)
Monday 17th April: CLOSED

Outside our Bank Holiday opening times we of course have our emergency service available in case of the unexpected.

Our out-of-hours service is located on-site at our Street Lane hospital and is available 24 hours a day, every day. This service can be accessed day or night by calling the usual number 0113 2369030.
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HOP OVER TO OUR SHINY NEW PAD - OPEN DAY SUNDAY 9TH APRIL:

The Holly House team would like to invite you to a fun-filled afternoon at our new Moor Allerton clinic on Sunday 9th April between 12pm and 4pm.

Everyone is welcome, so please spread the word!

There will be stalls, games, lucky dip, a treasure hunt and much much more...

And don't forget, to be in with a chance to win lots of amazing prizes in our prize draw, register your details via our online form (open to new and existing clients)... but hurry, the draw will close on Friday 7th April!

http://hollyhousevets.co.uk/main/pre-registration-form
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FREE PET FIRST AID WORKSHOP:

Ever wondered what you would do if your pet had an accident or suddenly became unwell, or how to recognise when your pet needs to be seen as an emergency?

On Thursday 16th March at 8pm, our qualified nurses will be running a FREE pet first aid workshop to help pet owners learn about what to do in emergency situations, and give those who attend a chance to have a go at some animal first aid.

Topics that will be covered include: wounds, cut paws, what to do if your pet eats something it shouldn’t, fitting animals, fly-strike, and more…

Call us on 0113 2369030 or email us via info@hollyhousevets.co.uk to book your place at our workshop.
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HALF PRICE BLOOD PRESSURE CHECKS FOR SENIOR DOGS AND CATS!

At Holly House we are committed to offering outstanding veterinary care for your pets and what we recommend to you is what we do for our own pets. For that reason we are currently offering a half price blood pressure check to all dogs and cats over the age of 7 at the same time as their annual booster. This test, which usually costs £27.00, will be offered at only £13.50.

Once your pet reaches the age of 7 they are classified as “senior”. This means that their needs change, for example they benefit from a senior, rather than an adult, pet food. It also means that certain conditions become more likely. Early diagnosis of these conditions has been shown to increase life expectancy because changes to their diet or lifestyle can be implemented and treatment can be started sooner.

Hypertension (high blood pressure) is seen commonly in senior pets. It can be caused by other conditions such as diabetes or kidney disease, or it can occur on its own. The symptoms are often subtle and it can go undetected for several months or even years. If left untreated it can lead to blindness, kidney failure or even death. We recommend that senior pets have their blood pressure checked once a year.

If you would like to take advantage of this offer, please contact the practice on 0113 2369030 or via our online booking form to arrange your pet's booster appointment and half price blood pressure check. Offer ends 30th April 2017.
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ST GEMMA'S HOSPICE 'BARK IN THE PARK' SPONSORED DOG WALK:

On Sunday 19th February, a team from Holly House Veterinary Hospital will be taking part in the St Gemma's Hospice 'Bark in the Park' sponsored dog walk at Temple Newsam.

St Gemma's Hospice is located in Moortown, very close to Holly House and we have great admiration for the work that this hardworking charity does caring for terminally ill patients.

We would really appreciate it if you would sponsor us! To do so, just head to http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/team/hollyhousevets

Thank you!
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