During the Coronavirus, we can offer telephone or video consultations and if your pet needs essential or emergency treatment, we can see you at the practice. Coronavirus or not, it’s also important to continue protecting both your pet and your home environment from parasites so we wanted to let you know we have treatments now
Following the announcements on the 23rd March, our top priority is to continue to provide care for your pets, whilst at the same time accepting our social responsibility to protect our clients, staff and the wider community against the spread of COVID-19. To achieve this, we have had to change the way we operate for
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
On Friday the 27th March our Steyning branch will be closed for part of the day for staff training. Steyning will be closed between 14.00 - 18.30 Calls into this branch during the period of closure will be redirected to out Storrington branch or alternatively clients can ring Storrington directly on 01903 743040 We apologise
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
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.
Research has shown that pet ownership could have a big part to play in enhancing human well-being by staving off the growing social issue of loneliness and social isolation. The Human Animal Bond Research Institute (HABRI) has said that its research reinforces the importance of the social bond between humans and pets. Many people responding
On Saturday 29th June, Crossways was out in the community again raising funds for good causes. We had a stall at Storrington Village Day with lots of prizes given away to those who had a go at the 'Hook the Duck' challenge, a popular raffle and lots of information about keeping pets safe and well.