Opening Times
Consultation Times
Nurse Times
Monday - Friday  Monday - Friday
  • 9am – 10am
  • 2pm – 3pm
  • 4.30pm– 6.30pm
  • 9am – 12pm
  • 5pm– 6.30pm
Saturday  Saturday
  • 9am – 11am
  • 9am – 11am

Appointments

RECEPTION is open for enquiries and booking appointments at the following times:

8.00am and 7.00pm Monday to Friday.
8am and 1pm Saturdays

All consultations are by appointment. Please see appointment times below.

(If you are unable to attend during ANY OF THESE TIMES, we will do our best to accommodate you for a special appointment time. All emergencies are seen immediately)

Veterinary Surgeon appointment times

Monday - Friday
9am – 10am, 2pm – 3pm, 4.30pm – 6.30pm

Monday and Friday ONLY
10.30am – 11.30am

Saturday
9am – 11am

Nurse appointment times

Monday - Friday
9am – 12pm, 2pm – 4pm, 5pm – 6.30pm

Saturday
9am – 12pm

Admission appointments for operations

Animals will be admitted between 8.15am and 9.00am on the day of the operation. During the admission process we will make an arrangement to contact you during the day and make an appointment for you to collect your pet when it is ready to leave. If you have not been contacted by 3.00pm on the day of the operation, please phone to check on your pet’s condition and arrange an appointment for collection.

Visits

These prove unsatisfactory and because they need to be arranged when a Veterinary Surgeon is available they can cause unnecessary delay in treatment. We prefer to see the animals at the Centre, where our facilities are available. When circumstances dictate, visits can be arranged.

Contact us at…

Acorn Veterinary Centre
21 Station Road
Studley
Warwickshire
B80 7HR
Tel: 01527 853304

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  • July's Pet of the Month

    July's Pet of the Month award goes to Niko.

    Niko has just turned 1 year old and he was rescued by his owners when they were on holiday in Greece when he was just a few weeks old.

    Unfortunately for Niko, his first year was rocky to say the least.  Mr and Mrs Wright first brought Niko to the practice back in October last year for a check up after his journey into the country.  Niko was showing symptoms of kennel cough which needed to be treated and required vaccinating but otherwise was well.

    The following month, Niko started having seizures.  These started to become more frequent and resulted in Niko being taken to our emergency out of hours clinic, Vets Now, for treatment.  The following day, he came into our hospital for continued monitoring and support.  The seizures caused temporary hearing and sight loss, which was quite frightening for Niko but with gentle care and support in the hospital and at home, Niko's senses recovered.

    A few months later he started to have diarrhoea which despite regular routine treatments became persistent.  Other symptoms then started to occur including lameness and skin problems.  The vets suspected there was a likely link to all of these conditions and so Niko was booked in for a diagnostic work up which included blood samples, xrays and skin biopsies, all of which were sent to our external laboratory for testing.  

    Results showed Niko was suffering from Leishamiasis.  Leishamiasis is a parasite infection caused by the sand fly that is found in the blood and can cause a range of symptoms.  Although not endemic in this country, it is very common in Greece.

    Niko has started treatment for the condition and is showing very good improvement.  The condition will need to be treated for at least 6 months and will always be a threat throughout his life.

    Niko will need to be reguarly monitored throughout his life but is looking good and behaving like a happy and healthy dog.  Niko has been a pleasure to care for.

    WELL DONE NIKO!

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  • Fireworks
    Fireworks

    ‘Fireworks!’

    How can I prepare my home for fireworks season?Firework
    You can help your dog or cat by creating a den.  If your pet already has a hiding place then this space can be used making it as snug and secure as possible by adding blankets or bedding. If you are making the den from scratch, its best to do this a few weeks before so that your pet knows it is a safe place for when fireworks start.

    Top tips for firework night!

    • Provide a den for your pet
    • Keep your dog indoors during fireworks and ensure their microchip details are up to date
    • Ensure windows, doors remain closed during firework season to both prevent pets escaping and reduce the noise
    • Provide distractions e.g. new toys and treats. Draw curtains and put the TV or radio on to hide any noise
    • DO NOT punish your pet! This will only make your pet more distressed
    • Try not to leave your pets alone when fireworks are going off
    • Contact the surgery for sprays and diffusers to help relieve anxiety for your pets
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  • Slimmer of the Month
    Slimmer of the Month

    This is George, he is a Golden Retriever who has been on a weight loss mission!

    Last August, George weight 54.6kg and was severely overweight, putting him at a greater risk of many health problems.

    With the help and support from Shelley, our Weight Watcher's Nurse and George's amazing and dedicated owners, George now weighs a healthy 44.4kg and officially has an ideal body condition score!

    We are SO PROUD of George and his owners and would like to share his fantastic success!

    WELL DONE GEORGE!

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