We have gaseous anaesthesia, digital x-ray and a practice laboratory with Idexx haematology and biochemistry machines allowing rapid diagnostics to be carried out. We conduct our own in-house parasitological examinations for faecal egg counts for our farm, equine and small animal clients.
We routinely carry our bull fertility examinations, mastitis investigations along with Johne’s and parasite control programmes and herd health plans for our farm clients (the benefits of having a Dairy Herd Health Certificate holder). We have 2 linear rectal probe ultrasound scanners for scanning cattle and mares, along with a dedicated small animal ultrasound machine for diagnostic imaging.
We are able to offer vets an attractive on-call rota (1 in 6 nights for the majority of the year) in an area of the country where accommodation is not difficult to find (yet!).
Our day-to-day work is varied. Whether you are a vet interested in medical or surgical cases, small or large animal orientated, there are many areas to hone and develop your skills. Perhaps you are veterinary nurse who would like to engage more in case work-ups (such as preparing slides for ear canal cytology) and being part of the medical and surgical fabric of the practice (for instance monitoring gaseous anesthesia)?