To Fit4dogsuk friends and family.
Like you, we are following the updates about COVID-19 with concern for those who've been affected. Our hearts go out to all those who've been impacted and as a pet parent, we understand you have concerns for your dog's Rehabilitation and Fitness.
As the situation continues to evolve, we are monitoring guidelines and information from The British Veterinary Association, National Association of Registered Canine Hydrotherapists who take advice from RCVS - Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons
The BVA has stated that:
During this period veterinary professionals can continue to work, in line with the UK government’s advice to business, but must only provide in-person services that are needed to maintain the food supply chain, or which are essential for animal health and welfare or public health, including to relieve pain and suffering. As a registered clinic we must follow direction from trade associations which states that only animals that are emergency cases can be seen.
We will be closed until further notice and all appointments will be postponed.
If you are worried about your pet please contact your vet as they will be providing phone or Video Consultations.
You can also contact your insurance company Cliverton Insurance is offering Free Video Consultations with UK Vets for policyholders until the end of April.
What can FirstVet help with?
•Vomiting and diarrhoea
•Eye and ear problems
•Coughing and sneezing
•Itching and skin problems
•Minor injuries and accidents
If they advise that you need to physically take your pet in and your usual vet is not able to help, FirstVet will also refer you to the closest open clinic.
Fit4dogsuk Team are also still here to support
you and your dog
Offering our Clients virtual Video Consultations and online chat.
Home Exercise Programs
Online Membership with support and online workshops and education.
Interviews on our Facebook page with other Pet professionals.
We are missing you and all our doggies very much, stay home and stay safe.