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  • Booking your appointments online means you can also register your pet at the same time. This makes it easier for Lanes Vets to keep you reminded of annual check ups, latest news and special offers which may apply to your pet.
  • New Extended Opening Hours at our Lancaster Surgery from May 2017, click to view
  • Our dedicated Farm Team have been providing veterinary care for our client’s cattle for over 35 years, covering farms and small-holdings in an area which stretches from Kirkham in the south to Hornby in the north, from Chipping in the east to Poulton and the west coast.
  • Lanes Vets facilities include a dedicated laboratory and full surgical suite for swift analysis of samples and diagnostics.
  • Lanes Vets have been providing veterinary care for our client’s cattle for over 35 years, covering farms and small-holdings in an area which stretches from Kirkham in the south to Hornby in the north, from Chipping in the east to Poulton and the west coast.
  • Lanes Vets hold the RCVS Practice Standards award in Client Service to the level of Outstanding in both Small Animals and Farm.
  • Across all roles and disciplines at Lanes Vets, the common attribute of our people is a passion for the care and wellbeing of animals.
  • Lanes Vets hold the RCVS Practice Standards award in Client Service to the level of Outstanding in both Farm and Small Animals.
  • Lanes Vets have been providing veterinary care for our client’s cattle for over 35 years, covering farms and small-holdings in an area which stretches from Kirkham in the south to Hornby in the north, from Chipping in the east to Poulton and the west coast.
  • Our ongoing investment in the latest technology and equipment means our surgical teams work in an advanced operating theatre conditions.

News

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Pet Newsletter – March 2016

You can read the full newsletter here>  Welcome to the March Small Animal Newsletter. This month we will see the annual Bark in the Park event raising money for Cancer Care. We are proud to be sponsors for this event and the team will be in attendance offering free microchipping! For more information visit www.cancercare.org.uk/get-involved/events/bark-in-the-park/ Alabama […]

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Farm Newsletter – November 2015

You can view the full newsletter here> Welcome to November’s issue of the farm newsletter. The team are starting to get busier with routine herd TB testing starting now cattle are being housed. Pre movement tests are still required for those farms which are not in 4 yearly testing zones. Please  call the office with plenty […]

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Maximum Worming Campaign

Regular Worming is Essential for Good Health Elanco, the manufacturer of Milbemax, have launched a campaign to encourage pet owners to regularly worm their pets. Lanes Vets fully supports this campaign and would like to encourage our pet owners to take the short 4 question Worm Risk Checker to assess how often it is optimal to worm […]

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Farm Vets Newsletter – July 2015

You can view the full newsletter here> In this months newsletter: Invitation to Lanes Events. Want a more compact lambing season? Kexxtone bolus warning and competition to win calf jackets!   We would like to invite you to the following meeting: Prevention & Treatment of Lameness in the Dairy Cow  Tuesday 21st July, 7pm At […]

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Pet Newsletter – May 2015

Welcome to the Lanes Vets Newsletter for May. You can download our full May newsletter here > Recently, Lanes Vets has had a few cases of Canine Gastric-Dilation Volovulus, known as a ‘GDV’. A GDV most often occurs a few hours after the dog has eaten. This condition is caused by the stomach twisting. This, effectively, […]

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What a fantastic turnout to Bark in the Park for Cancer Care! Our Lancaster team were proud to sponsor and attend the event!

Pet Newsletter – April 2015

You can download our full April  newsletter here > March saw the Lanes team be sponsors for Cancer Care’s Bark in The Park at Williamsons Park in Lancaster. Over 100 dogs and owners came to the sponsored dog walk and fun dog show. This year’s event saw dogs of all shapes and sizes – plus their […]

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Pet Newsletter – March 2015

You can download our full March newsletter here > Here at Lanes we are constantly trying to improve our skills and maintain a gold standard practice. Take a look at what Carlie is working towards…My name is Carlie and I am one of the Registered Veterinary Nurses based at our Lancaster surgery. I qualified in 2012 […]

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Lanes Vets Lambing Update

Farm Vets Newsletter – Lambing 2015

Welcome to our February Lambing Update - we hope all is going well with your flocks. The main issues we are seeing this year are problems with over conditioned ewes after the mild winter, especially prolapses and twin lamb disease.

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Pet Newsletter – February

Meet Liz and Lauren, our degree student veterinary nurses. We also take a look at the Dobermann breed and remind you that FREE microchipping for dogs finishes at the end of March 2015!

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Bark In The Park

Mark your calendars - Bark in the Park is coming soon! Lanes Vets are delighted to be sponsoring this great event at Williamson's Park in Lancaster in aid of Cancer Care.

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Pet Newsletter – January 2015

Updates on our "Feed a Stray" Christmas appeal, Rock FM's Mission Christmas and an insight into a Day in the Life of a Dog Groomer!

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Pet Newsletter – Christmas 2014

We would like to thank all our clients for their continued support over the past year and wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year.

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Farm Vets Newsletter – September 2014

With the clocks changing and winter just around the corner, this month we take a closer look at Calf Pneumonia, a condition which commonly occurs in young calves (either dairy or beef) and commonly reared indoors.

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Pet Newsletter – Autumn 2014

Once again, the shorter days and cooler weather signify the beginning of Autumn this time of year holds many potential hazards for our pets.

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