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Hundreds of Champion Vets customers are now enjoying the benefits of our well-established Valuvet Plan. That not only means their pets are receiving essential medical care throughout the year, it also allows them to take advantage of a number of generous discounts.
When you become a member of the Valuvet Plan, your pet will enjoy an extensive list of services and treatments at a cost that is remarkably easy on your wallet.
I HEAR THERE'S TEN EXCELLENT REASONS TO JOIN ME UP TO THE VALUVET SCHEME!
1. Two annual full health consultations with one of our experienced vets (one included with vaccination)
2. Comprehensive vaccination against the major infectious diseases of dogs, cats and rabbits, including kennel cough in dogs
3. 12 months protection against parasites such as fleas and worms (including the sought-after Program injection for cats and Program tablets for dogs, worth in excess of £100 per annum per pet)
4. 15% off procedures including blood tests, dental work, spaying and neutering
5. 15% off all medicines both acute and long term, such as arthritis, diabetes and heart medicines
6. 15% off all toys, foods and other pet products sold in practice
7. Accidental injury cover from under £3.00 per month
8. Exciting seasonal offers throughout the year
9. Payment scheme through your direct debits for work over £200
10. Best of all, the Valuvet Plan allows you to spread the cost of your companion’s healthcare over the year through monthly direct debit payments. Dogs, cats and rabbits of any age, breed or size can benefit from the Valuvet Plan, with the cost starting from as little as £7.21 per month.
For more information about the Valuvet Plan PLEASE DOWNLOAD OUR CURRENT BROCHURE HERE!
Alternatively call your local Champion Vets surgery to discuss the Valuvet Plan with one of our knowledgable and friendly reception staff.
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Our puppy, kitten and rabbit packs are designed to help you give your pet the very best start in life
Getting a new pet is extremely exciting and providing you care for your companion correctly, they could go on to become one of the best friends you have. However, just like a baby human, it’s important you provide your young animal with everything they need early on in life to help them grow into a healthy and happy adult.
At Champion Vets we recommend you bring your new companion to see us once a month until they are 6 months old. While this seems a lot, it allows our veterinary experts to ensure your new companion doesn’t have any potential problems and that they are developing nicely.
Also, bringing your pet to see us regularly allows them to get used to a veterinary environment. While we don’t think we’re very scary, some pets can develop anxiety when taken to certain environments if they’re unfamiliar.
At Champion Vets we have designed puppy, kitten and rabbit packs to help you ensure your pet gets the best start in life. In fact, we’ve spent the last 10 years listening to loyal pet owners and developing our starter packs so that your new companion receives everything they could possibly need during the first 6-12 months of their life.
For more information about our puppy, kitten and rabbit packs, please click the link that applies to you below:
If you would like to know more about young animal health checks, or to book an appointment for your pet, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
At Champion Vets we like to save you money whenever we can. That’s why our senior clients can benefit from 25% off the cost of all consultations and vaccinations for their pet all day every Wednesday at our branches in Grangemouth and East Kilbride.
To receive your discount, you will need to have qualified to receive your pension. You may be asked to provide proof of either your age or your pension in order to enjoy your discount. Please don’t be offended if we ask you for this – all it means is that you may not look quite as old as you are, so please take it as a compliment!
Appointments need to be booked in advance to receive the discounted price, which will be offered on a first come first served basis, so book early to avoid missing out. Please note that the offer applies only to the fees for consultation or vaccination. Any additional services required including medicines, treatments and operations, will be charged at full price.
For more information on our Wednesday pensioner discount, or to book an appointment for your pet, contact Champion Vets today on 01324 472915 (Grangemouth surgery) or 01355 229753 (East Kilbride surgery).
Just as human children learn about the world around them as they grow and develop into adults, so do puppies during the first year or so of their lives. Without help in acquiring these important skills, your puppy may be limited to their interaction with people, other dogs and the world they live in.
Socialisation and habitualisation are the two key processes your puppy needs to go through. Socialisation teaches your young pet about the dogs, other animals and humans that they will come across, and how they should interact with them. Habitulisation focuses on your puppy’s understanding of their environment, including how to deal with vehicles and traffic, crowds and strangers, thunderstorms and fireworks, and many other potentially stressful circumstances for your pet.
If socialisation and habitualisation do not happen effectively, the behavioural consequences for your dog can be serious. These can include extreme difficulty in training, excessive fear or anxiety and behaviours related to them, unwanted barking or howling, and even aggression towards animals and people. Issues such as these are far trickier to rectify in an adult dog, and in the most extreme cases can even lead to you no longer being able to keep your pet.
Champion Vets have put together a comprehensive guide to socialisation and habitualisation for your puppy, which can be downloaded completely free of charge here: Download our comprehensive guide to puppy socialisation.
If you require more in-depth advice and assistance however, we can also refer you to one of our professional pet behaviourists and trainers. If you would like any further advice about either socialisation or habitualisation, please contact a member of our team of veterinary professionals at your local Champion Vets branch. brought your new puppy to a Champion Vets practice already then your vet will have spoken to you about these concepts and recommended that you download this guide