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Vets in Essex

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pelicano

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I'm always really interested to hear what vets the Essex locals are using at the moment, if you're happy to share.

Thanks. :)
 

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Ark Vets in Colchester, I really really recommend James. I used to use Marcus but James seems alot more open to ideas and more up to date and on the know with pigs (he knew Septrim was better for UTIs than Baytril, I didnt have to tell him! yay!)

Colne Valley Vets is quite good too.
 

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Hi there,

I am using these:
Lawton & Stoakes Veterinary Surgeons
8-12 Fitzilian Avenue, Harold Wood, Romford, Essex, RM3 0QS

They are specialist exotic vts and Mr Lawton is very experienced with samll animals.

L
 

pelicano

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Hi there,

I am using these:
Lawton & Stoakes Veterinary Surgeons
8-12 Fitzilian Avenue, Harold Wood, Romford, Essex, RM3 0QS

They are specialist exotic vts and Mr Lawton is very experienced with samll animals.

L
That's one I've always wanted to try. It's just slightly too far away. Good to hear from someone who uses them though. :)
 
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