COVID-10 Update – From 4th July 2020

A big Thank you to all our clients that have been working with us to ensure Human health and welfare and then animal health and welfare during these unprecedented times. Following the Government’s announcement that the 2-metre distancing rule may be reduced to 1-metre plus from the 4th July we are now planning on allowing […]

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Cheap Milk and Broken Windows

You may have woken up to a bottle of milk on your doorstep this morning. Firstly, we’re sorry we couldn’t deliver to everyone but there simply wasn’t enough to supply the whole of Ormskirk. In total we were able to hand out 247 bottles of milk for free. A little bit about what we did […]

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COVID-19 Update

Version 2 (18/03/2020 1700hrs) In response to a rapidly evolving situation regarding COVID -19 and advice issued by the UK Government on  16th March 2020, our practice protocols have been altered to ensure the health and welfare of persons and patients.  This may seem to be excessive, and we hope it is, we would never […]

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From fighting crime to fighting for his life

Retired Police Dog Tango sadly passed away at home last week after he came in to see us the previous week for emergency surgery.  Tango was presented for not being his usual self and a bit lack lustre. After examination and bloods it was discovered he had an abdominal bleed. That same afternoon surgery was […]

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1 week ago

Barn Lodge Vets
This adorable litter of 12 Dalmatian puppies came into our Kirkby surgery a few weeks ago. All pups had a full health check, weighed and microchip checked! See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

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**UPDATE: Our Kirkby surgery is now up and running once again!!**KIRKBY SURGERY TEMPORARY CLOSURE – IMPORTANT COVID-19 UPDATEUnfortunately with a heavy heart we must close the Kirkby surgery with immediate effect. This is a temporary measure and after staff testing and site deep clean we aim to reopen on Monday. No staff will be present on site so please do not attend the practice for appointments or medication collection. Further instructions: 1) Please call the surgery to rearrange your appointment for a later date or at an alternative site – Ormskirk, Orrell, Skelmersdale or Upholland 2) Medication collections can be diverted to another site 3) Urgent appointments can still be made at other sites 4) Emergency appointments can still be made at other sites 5) Telephone appointments and remote prescribing are in use where appropriate We thank you for your ongoing support throughout these difficult times,The Barn Lodge Team See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

Barn Lodge Vets
**** URGENT INFORMATION ****Following the Governments latest lockdown regulations and to help reduce the risk and spread of Covid-19 we have made the difficult decision to not allow clients into the Practice. We will still remain open for appointments, however when you arrive for your appointment please remain in your vehicle and call the practice to announce your arrival. A member of the team will come out to your vehicle to collect your pet and it bring inside for the Vet to carry out the examination.Thank you in advance for your co-operation and patience during these difficult and challenging times.The Barn Lodge Team See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago

Barn Lodge Vets
New rules will take place regarding travelling with your pets abroad starting 1st January 2021.As the UK was granted Part 2 listed status by the EC, the main changes are:Pet passports will no longer be valid for trips to either the EU or Northern Ireland.If you wish to travel with your cat, dog or ferret, you need to apply for an Animal Health Certificate (AHC), which is valid for a limited period.Regarding vaccinations, worming treatments and microchipping, the requirements stay the same :Your pet must be microchipped.Your pet must have a valid rabies vaccination.Tapeworm treatment requirements will vary according to the country you’re travelling to.Regarding pets entering Great Britain from the EU or Northern Ireland from 1st January, there will be no change to the current health preparations or documents.For detailed information on pet travelling after 1st January, please visit:www.gov/guidance/pet-travel-to-europe-from-1-january-2021If you are planning to travel with your pet in 2021, make sure you start preparing in advance! See MoreSee Less
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1 month ago

Barn Lodge Vets
Just a few hazards to be aware of 🐹🐱🐾🐾 See MoreSee Less
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