Welcome to Crouch Vale Veterinary Practice.
However as the infection rate is rising, especially in this area, our practice protocol will NOT be changing at the moment. I have a duty of care to my team and also to you and your pets.
- Phone us from your car when you arrive at the practice on either 01245 807518 or 01245 321785.
- Wear a face covering even when outside.
- We will be letting clients into the building for euthanasias.
- If you have any covid symptoms or have tested positive please let us know so that we can arrange treatment for your animal appropriately.
I completely understand that this is frustrating but I have decided that keeping my team safe has to be the priority in order to be able to stay as safe as possible and open for you and you pets. As a small practice we cannot socially distance and will not be able to function with a high incidence of illness.
Please be patient with us, we are trying very hard to keep everyone well and happy. I plan to review the situation in 8 weeks when hopefully more of my staff will be fully vaccinated and we will have a better idea of infection rates.
Thank you all so much for your patience, we miss you all and look forward to a day when it will be safe for us to see each other properly again.
Thank you and stay safe
We are an independently run veterinary practice; owned and managed by a local vet and her family who have lived in the South Woodham Ferrers area for nearly twenty years.
Crouch Vale Vets opened in January 2011, we now have two vets – Aisling and Neil, three RVNs – Hannah, Clare and Luke.
Luke is also a qualified animal physiotherapist which means we can offer a full range of therapeutic care.
And not forgetting Carol, our receptionist.
Aisling is a Local Veterinary Inspector and is able to carry out the requirements for the Pet Passport Scheme and other small animal exports. We have digital x-rays, a state of the art operating theatre, and a laboratory that can offer a full range of tests on-site, meaning same-day test results and prompt commencement of treatment.
As our nurses are fully qualified Registered Veterinary Nurses, they are able to offer first-line triage and support, often negating the need to make an appointment with a vet.