Pets in the Park

Sunday 18th May 2014

Marbury Park, Northwich CW9 6AT

11am – 4pm

Cheshire’s biggest pet event returns and this year we have made it even bigger and better with more attractions. The ever popular fun dog show returns and this year we have one of the country’s leading dog display teams, doggie fashion shows, snakes, spiders, lizards, meerkats, the world of chicken keeping plus lots of stalls. Admission is free (parking charge applies). If you are coming
please bring some pet food to donate and we will distribute this to local animal charities and rescue centres. Full details of the event can be found at

New Rehoming Website (Posted July 2013)

As part of our ongoing support of local animal charities we have launched a new rehoming website where local animal charities can upload photographs and descriptions of the stray animals in their care that need a loving home. There are sections for dogs and puppies, cats and kittens, small furries (rabbits/guinea pigs etc) and horses. Please take a look at the site and also ‘like’ the facebook page

The more people that spread the word the more homes we can find for these poor animals.

Wilmslow Show (Posted July 2013)

We are delighted to announce that we have once again sponsored the dog show at the Wilmslow Show which takes place on Sunday 14th July. Come and visit our stand and say ‘Hello’. We will be having a little competition to raise some money for local animal charities so please join in the fun and at the same time help some abandoned animals.

Veterinary Practice of the Year Nomination (Posted May 2013)

We are delighted to announce that we have been nominated for the prestigious Veterinary Surgery of the Year award in the annual Petplan awards. Now in their 14th year the awards are viewed as the ‘Oscars’ of the veterinary world. In addition Richard received a nomination for Veterinary Surgeon of the year. The public are instrumental in these nominations so we would like to thank all our clients who put us forward.

Pets in the Park 2013 (Posted April 2013)

pitp 1We must be mad but we’ve organised another Pets in the Park. This year we are moving the event to a Sunday. The date isSunday 19th May and the venue is , as usual, Marbury park in Northwich. The dog show will be there, organised by Four Paws Pet Services and this year there will be a display by Carens K( Dog Display team. The Well Heeled Dog Club are bringing along their Tunnel of Temptation and demonstrating the Kennel Club Dog Good Citizen Scheme. Carens K9 College will also be running a have-a -go agility area. Our big new attraction this year is a travelling zoo provided by Warrington Pets and Exotics. Lee and his team will be bringing along a variety of reptiles and mammals for you to get up close and personal with – his collection includes snakes, spiders, lizards, meerkats, prairie dogs, a tame skunk and much more. Stockley farm are bringing some baby farm animals for you to pet. We have even more stalls coming this year and as usual we have invited all the local animal charities we work with. The fun starts at 11am – see you there!

Introducing Ellis (March 2013)
ellisEllis is our newest member of staff having moved over here from our Lymm surgery where she has worked since 2010. Ellis is our full time Auxiliary Nurse and also, like all of the team, shares the reception duties. Ellis is passionate about animals and when she is not working at the surgery is usually busy helping out on farms or helping pet owners with their dog behaviour problems.

Ellis has a black Cocker Spaniel called Connie (who keeps Louise’s Jack Russell ‘Jake’ company at the surgery), a cat called Donkey, two donkeys andtwo Axelotls – aquatic Mexican Salamanders.



Katie writes for Wilmslow Express (Jan 2013)

Katie has written the first of her editorial pages for the Wilmlow Express (Thurs 10th jan edition). This bi-monthly feature is designed to keep local pet owners up to date with surgery news and pet health care news. In her first article Katie talks about the growing local trend of dogs being poisoned by ingesting rat poison. In the readers question and answer section Katie answers questions on arthritis in dogs, home visits, worms, diet and the ideal pet for retirement

Liz returns to Broom Cottage (Dec 2012)

Many of you will know Liz Broadbelt who worked as the principal Veterinary Surgeon at Broom Cottage for 6 years. Liz moved in 2006 to

work in other veterinary surgeries within our group and will be returning to Broom Cottage in January 2013 to work on Mondays and Tuesdays. Liz is looking forward to seeing everybody and their pets again