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Coronavirus Update: March 18, 2020

By |2020-03-24T19:19:18+00:00March 18th, 2020|Announcements|

For our latest announcement regarding the ongoing Covid-19 outbreak and how it affects Crossways Vets, please visit this post. The ongoing situation regarding COVID-19 is impacting all of us and in this time of uncertainty we wanted to reassure you that providing care for our clients and their pets remains our top priority. Our practice

A27 Roundabout Works – Worthing

By |2020-01-31T12:13:59+00:00January 31st, 2020|Announcements|

We'd just like to take a moment to make our clients aware there are some road works taking place outside the entrance to our Emergency & Critical Care Out-of-Hours provider, Grove Lodge. Rest assured that the Grove Lodge site remains accessible and that there will be someone on-site should you have difficulty in gaining access. If

Christmas & New Years Opening Hours

By |2019-12-17T00:58:16+00:00December 10th, 2019|Uncategorized|

Our hours over the festive period are as follows: Monday 23rd December All sites 08.30 - 18.30 Tuesday 24th December Storrington 08.30 - 15.30\ Steyning 08.30 - 14.00 Findon Valley 08.30 - 14.00 Wednesday 25th December All sites closed Thursday 26th December All sites closed Friday 27th December All sites 08.30 - 18.30 Saturday 28th

Paws For Thought – How to avoid a visit to the vets this Christmas

By |2019-12-06T19:39:45+00:00December 6th, 2019|Cats, Dogs|

The festive period can be a great time for all the family including our furry family but it is also the time when pets really do prove that they can get into anything. Chocolate isn’t the only food hazard to be aware of. When we think of pets eating things that cause harm, we often

Update: Alabama Rot

By |2019-11-23T00:15:15+00:00October 31st, 2019|Announcements, Dogs, Latest News|

Two new cases of cutaneous and renal glomerular vasculopathy (CRGV) have been confirmed by veterinary specialist referral centre Anderson Moores. It brings the total number of cases of the disease – commonly known as Alabama Rot, to 16 in 2019. These are the first cases since June and they were recorded in Wiltshire and Gloucestershire.

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