Oak House Vets clients Jonathan & Sue are super proud of their gorgeous black Lab Molly, who has saved them not just once but twice from potentially serious harm.
Several months ago Molly started to act strangely and refused to sit on her rug in front of her favourite gas fire.
After some puzzling her owners discovered that the flue to the fire was blocked and dangerous levels of carbon monoxide were building up in the room!
If that wasn’t enough just last week she was staying at her grandparents house and again she refused to go in the kitchen & stayed in the garden barking – after ringing the vets because they thought she was poorly they again discovered she had spotted a gas leak on the cooker!
Needless to say her parents were super proud of her – as are we!
We welcome new clients from Nottingham and beyond to our surgeries
Head Vet Andrew Draper is taking part in a challenging London to Paris cycle ride
Concerns have been raised Alabama rot disease in dogs is being picked up in muddy and wooded areas
Sadly we have to report the death of our retired Practice Administrator, Brenda Moffatt, who passed away after a short illness on the 13th of February