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  • Wildlife | Bard Vets Ltd.
    of Scotland Wildlife Hospital is a registered charity that relies very much on the work of a dedicated few people and very little funding If you wish to support them please call them on 01387 860461 or check out their web site So if you do come across an injured animal or bird in the first instance please phone the Scottish SPCA who may help with funding treatment of individual cases They may be contacted by phoning 03000 999 999 Be aware that some species ie certain deer hare seals and birds leave their young naturaly for short periods and they have not in fact been abandoned In fact human intervention at this stage can be very harmful Further details and advice can be found on various websites such as the RSPB Scottish SPCA Any incidents involving motor vehicles or traffic should be reported to the police Check out these other web sites for further information on wildlife SSPCA RSPB SNH Red Alert Saving Scotland s Red Squirrels Raptor Rescue Otter Trust Tiggywinkles Marine Life Rescue Back to services Latest news Weight Problems 3 years 3 months This is now becoming a serious problem in many cats and dogs Contact

    Original URL path: http://www.thebardveterinarygroup.co.uk/services/wildlife (2016-02-08)
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  • News | Bard Vets Ltd.
    many cats and dogs Contact Helen at the surgery for up to date advice on how to get rid of those extra kilos You will be doing your pet a big favour There are many medical problems associated with being overweight that not only could severly affect the health of your pet but could also end up costing you a lot of money Read more Contact us Email mail thebardvetgroup

    Original URL path: http://www.thebardveterinarygroup.co.uk/news (2016-02-08)
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  • Special Offers | Bard Vets Ltd.
    designed to tackle those tricky weight issues These diets are specifically designed to help Pets with certain clinical problems which require special dietary needs Latest news Weight Problems 3 years 3 months This is now becoming a serious problem in many cats and dogs Contact Helen at the surgery for up to date advice on how to get rid of those extra kilos You will be doing your pet a

    Original URL path: http://www.thebardveterinarygroup.co.uk/special-offers (2016-02-08)
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  • Weight Problems? | Bard Vets Ltd.
    PDF leaflet Abandoned dog Many of you may have heard of the awful story in the local press about a dog abandoned in terrible condition This is her story Rosie as she is now called was admitted to our surgery suffering from advanced stages of dehydration and collapse She had been found abandoned where she would certainly have died She had severe diarrhoea and was covered in fleas She weighed just over 8 kg Being a lurcher she should have weighed at least double that She was immediately put onto intravenous fluid therapy the fleas were treated and she was gently washed down by our nurses She was unable to raise her head initially but after just 24 hours on fluids and antibiotics her eyes were brighter and she started to be aware of her surroundings She responded well to our wonderful nurses who were caring for her She has received extreme quantities of TLC since then and she has gradaully put weight on her weight on Saturday 22nd August was a remarkable 11 2 kg She is able to spring to her feet like a tiny gazelle Her eyes light up when she sees anybody and she loves attention and needless to say she is very hungry 25th August Rosie becomes television star Border TV film her coming home She settles in very quickly and soon finds the sofa 29th August Weighs in at 12 kg She has developed a spring in her step She loves walking with the other dogs 8th September Everybody I meet seems to know about Rosie and ask how she is She is now almost 13 kg She has come into season which is most surprising after being so malnourished We at the Bard would like to thank those of you who have sent

    Original URL path: http://www.thebardveterinarygroup.co.uk/news/weight-problems (2016-02-08)
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  • Contact | Bard Vets Ltd.
    Dumfries and Galloway DG1 1JF T 01387 255295 E mail thebardvetgroup co uk Name Email Address Subject Message Latest news Weight Problems 3 years 3 months This is now becoming a serious problem in many cats and dogs Contact Helen at the surgery for up to date advice on how to get rid of those extra kilos You will be doing your pet a big favour There are many medical

    Original URL path: http://www.thebardveterinarygroup.co.uk/contact (2016-02-08)
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  • The Team | Bard Vets Ltd.
    University in 2006 After working in mixed practice in South Wales and Annan she began work here in early 2010 Along side Peter she forms the backbone of the production and equine services Routine fertility herd health de horning and emergency visits are all in a days work for Alison Although her particular interest is in the farm animal medicine production and equine areas of practice she maintains a strong involement in the small animal side She enjoys her spare time with her beautiful Labrador and in the unusual sport of Lacrosse Euan McKenzie BSc BVMS MRCVS Euan is the third generation of his family to qualify from Glasgow vet school with his father and grandfather also graduates of the course He took the scenic route to becoming a vet and after gaining a BSc in Agriculture from the University of Edinburgh enjoyed spells as a barman roofer environmental consultant and waste management technician prior to applying to vet school He saw practice as a student at the Bard for three years before qualifying in the summer of 2014 and immediately started working for the Bard as a mixed practice assistant Euan enjoys all aspect of mixed practice work and has recently completed his first year in practice He lives in Dumfries with his wife and three young boys Rebecca Haugen BVMS MRCVS Becca Haugen joined the practice in 2009 She has become a familiar face in the practice and forms an integral part of our increasing small animal team She has a particular interest in small animal medicine Like Laura she has a young family to take care of and works part time in the practice Laura Lammie BVMS MRCVS Laura graduated in July 1988 After graduation spent 1 year in New Zealand travelling and working in mixed practice including deer and penguins On return to UK worked in mixed practice on Isle of Man for 2 years before finally settling here in Dumfries Laura says After 6 years as a full time vet here I moved to part time work to allow more time with my family Nowadays I mostly work with small animals but still get a little practice with farm work at home on the farm Laura also has a special interest in back yard poultry and is our resident chicken guru Roger Lever BVM S MRCVS Qualified at the Royal Dick Vet School Edinburgh in 1973 Started his career in mixed practice in West Yorkshire He spent 4 years in Lockerbie before moving to Tain in Ross shire He then started his own practice in Dalbeattie before joining up with friend and colleague Hugh Dickson in Dumfries Together with Alan Marshall they formed the Bard Veterinary Group in 1989 He has been a keen sports person all his life playing cricket and squash at Dumfries He now has a keen interest in photography Since May 2010 Roger has started to work part time in the practice but still maintains a keen interest in small animal

    Original URL path: http://www.thebardveterinarygroup.co.uk/team?field_job_position_tid=All (2016-02-08)
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  • The Team | Bard Vets Ltd.
    Dumfries and spend a lot of their time exploring the local area through their various outdoor pursuits Peter Lean BVM S BSc MRCVS Peter heads our production animal and equine side of the practice He has spent over twenty years practising in and around the Dumfriesshire area with a particular interest in all areas of large animal practice including routine fertility work and herd health planning He still maintains contact with the companion animal side and has his own collection of dogs and horses at home A keen sportsman he also enjoys squash tennis skiing and canoeing and was a champion at the rather unusual sport of axe throwing Alison Cox BVMS MRCVS Vet Assistant A farmers daughter Alison qualified from Glasgow University in 2006 After working in mixed practice in South Wales and Annan she began work here in early 2010 Along side Peter she forms the backbone of the production and equine services Routine fertility herd health de horning and emergency visits are all in a days work for Alison Although her particular interest is in the farm animal medicine production and equine areas of practice she maintains a strong involement in the small animal side She enjoys her spare time with her beautiful Labrador and in the unusual sport of Lacrosse Euan McKenzie BSc BVMS MRCVS Euan is the third generation of his family to qualify from Glasgow vet school with his father and grandfather also graduates of the course He took the scenic route to becoming a vet and after gaining a BSc in Agriculture from the University of Edinburgh enjoyed spells as a barman roofer environmental consultant and waste management technician prior to applying to vet school He saw practice as a student at the Bard for three years before qualifying in the summer of 2014 and immediately started working for the Bard as a mixed practice assistant Euan enjoys all aspect of mixed practice work and has recently completed his first year in practice He lives in Dumfries with his wife and three young boys Rebecca Haugen BVMS MRCVS Becca Haugen joined the practice in 2009 She has become a familiar face in the practice and forms an integral part of our increasing small animal team She has a particular interest in small animal medicine Like Laura she has a young family to take care of and works part time in the practice Laura Lammie BVMS MRCVS Laura graduated in July 1988 After graduation spent 1 year in New Zealand travelling and working in mixed practice including deer and penguins On return to UK worked in mixed practice on Isle of Man for 2 years before finally settling here in Dumfries Laura says After 6 years as a full time vet here I moved to part time work to allow more time with my family Nowadays I mostly work with small animals but still get a little practice with farm work at home on the farm Laura also has a special interest in back

    Original URL path: http://www.thebardveterinarygroup.co.uk/team?field_job_position_tid=1 (2016-02-08)
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  • The Team | Bard Vets Ltd.
    below Any Vets Nursing Staff Support Staff Ros MacKie Ros came to the practice after many years at Henry Schein formerly known as Dunlops She has been with the practice for many years and is the head of our large animal accounts department Nicola Clark Practice Mnager Nicola has been with us since the inception of the Bard in 1989 She is our longest serving member of staff and keeps everybody on their toes including the vets Susan Callender Receptionist Susan joined us in 2001 from James Thin She forms a significant part of our reception staff when she is not walking her English Setters Maureen Ritchie Maureen Mo joined us in 2002 again a former James Thin employee She has also become a well entrusted member of our reception staff Latest news Weight Problems 3 years 3 months This is now becoming a serious problem in many cats and dogs Contact Helen at the surgery for up to date advice on how to get rid of those extra kilos You will be doing your pet a big favour There are many medical problems associated with being overweight that not only could severly affect the health of your pet but

    Original URL path: http://www.thebardveterinarygroup.co.uk/team?field_job_position_tid=2 (2016-02-08)
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