Join our Family Fun Day on 23rd September 2018 – All Welcome!

Moor Cottage - Family Fun Day

Join us from 1pm to 4pm on Sunday 23rd September 2018 for our Family Fun Day! Our lovely team of veterinary professionals will be happy to show you around. Look through a microscope, check out some X-rays or witness a mock Caesarean! Enjoy tea and cake in the garden, face painting and visit some wonderful …

Curious tale of Molly the much-loved missing moggy who came home to die

Curious tale of Molly the much-loved missing moggy who came home to die

Molly the cat had been missing from her Binfield home for an incredible 12 years before she was finally reunited with owners Carly and Anthony Stears. However, the happy homecoming had a poignant ending as 16-year-old Molly, who was suffering from cancer, died just a month after her return. After giving up on ever seeing …

Poisoned puppy’s heart-stopping drama

Olli the Dog

A poisoned puppy’s brush with death has prompted a Bracknell vet to issue a warning to pet owners about keeping human medicines away from animals. Olli, an inquisitive eight-month-old Cocker Spaniel, became seriously ill after accidentally swallowing some of his owner’s heart tablets. He was rushed to Moor Cottage Veterinary Hospital, in London Road, Binfield, …

Cat Friendly Practice

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We are pleased to have been accredited as a Gold Award Cat Friendly Practice by the International Society of Feline Medicine. With separate cat and dog waiting areas as well as separate hospital wards, not only are the cats happier, the dogs are less stressed too!

Important information for pet owners insured with More Than/Tesco

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If your pet has been newly insured or recently renewed with either More Than or Tesco, (underwritten by Royal Sun Alliance, RSA) and you are seeking referral for treatment elsewhere, there may be certain new restrictions on your policy. RSA have formed a list of practices (currently 28 referral providers) as their ‘Preferred Providers’ of …

Snakes and adders not a game for dogs, warns Bracknell vet

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A vet is urging pet owners across Bracknell to be on their guard as adders emerge from hibernation and pose risks to animals. Fraser Reynolds, a vet surgeon from Moor Cottage Veterinary Hospital, which is based in London Road, Binfield, has issued the warning after a number of snake attacks on dogs have been reported …