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Keeping pets, clients and our team healthy during COVID-19

Due to the recent change in guidance regarding COVID-19 we are taking the following precautions…

18th September 2020


Coronavirus and your pets

As the situation may change over time, we may issue further updates in due course.…

6th March 2020


Lumbry Park launches Ophthalmology Service from April 2020 onwards

  We will be taking Ophthalmology referrals from April onwards. We look forward to welcoming…

2nd March 2020


SignVideo service for deaf clients

We are delighted to announce a new SignVideo service for our deaf clients who use…

3rd February 2020


All-inclusive fixed-priced TPLO and TTA procedures

Simplicity and transparency for clients All-inclusive fixed-priced TPLO and TTA procedures We’re pleased to introduce…

26th November 2019


Meet Milo

Meet Milo! Milo is a young cat who loves going outside to explore. However, in…

7th October 2019


Bomber’s story

WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT Meet Bomber a one year old lively domestic short hair! After a…

27th September 2019


Roxy’s story

Roxy came to LPVS as an emergency on Saturday 24th August – she had been…

10th September 2019


Hippo’s story

Hippo, a lovely Mexican Hairless, was referred to our Medicine Department because of a chronic…

3rd September 2019


Misty Blues story

Misty Blue, a 1 year old Persian cat, came to see Sam Taylor from our…

3rd June 2019


Jacob’s story

Jacob, a 17 year old cat, was presented to our Internal Medicine Department for further…

20th May 2019


Dulcie’s Story

  Dulcie, a 7-year-old Female Pug, was recently brought in to see our neurology team,…

16th April 2019


Dr Pieter Defauw joins Lumbry Park!

Pieter graduated from Ghent University in 2008, followed by a rotating internship and residency in…

20th March 2019


Molly’s Story

Molly is a fabulous wire-haired Dachshund who was given a new lease of life looking…

31st January 2019


Willa’s story

Willa, an 8-year-old female neutered whippet presented to Lumbry Park’s Emergency and Critical Care Service…

21st January 2019


Successful diagnosis and transarterial occlusion of a patent ductus arteriosus

Finlay, an 8 week old, male Border Collie visited our Cardiology department in July this…

24th September 2018


Finn’s story

    Finn is a lovely elderly gentleman Tonkinese who was referred to the Lumbry…

8th August 2018


Internship Opportunities

We are looking for two enthusiastic Interns to join our team!   Anaesthesia Intern We require…

31st May 2018


Bertie’s fish hook story

Everyone meet Bertie. Little Bertie is a four month old Schnauzer that was referred to…

25th April 2018


Lumbry Park team are fundraising for Naomi House

On Saturday 12th May a Lumbry Park team will be running the gauntlet games at…

9th March 2018


A multi-disciplinary approach to an L7 spinal fracture

Ezra, a one year five month male neutered Poodle cross, was referred to Lumbry Park…

8th March 2018


Team approach to patient management – Alfie’s story

Alfie presented with severe neck pain and high fever to our Emergency and Critical Care…

23rd February 2018


Solving an itchy problem for poor Paddy

                        Paddy had been…

29th November 2017


Ruby’s snake bite story

This is lovely lady is Ruby. Poor Ruby was unfortunately bitten by an Adder and…

29th November 2017


Brave little Rocco!

Rocco presented with history of severe trauma after a road traffic accident , the referring…

15th November 2017


Poppy’s rodenticide story

This is Poppy! Poppy was admitted to our Internal Medicine department as an emergency after…

15th November 2017


We need more feline life savers!

We are looking to increase the number of feline donors on our feline blood donor…

15th November 2017


Meet MooMoo

This is MooMoo MooMoo is a 12 year old Tokinese and has unfortunately been very…

2nd August 2017
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COVID-19 Update

We are working safely and will continue to provide care for clients and their pets during the COVID-19 pandemic. To help us with our new ways of working, and to keep us all safe, please do not attend the practice unless you have a pre-booked appointment. Call for information and guidance.