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If you would like to make a payment via bank transfer, please use the account details below:

Bank Account: Priory Veterinary Group (Christchurch) Ltd​
Sort Code: 30-80-89
Account Number: 33900868
Bank: Lloyds
Reference: Please use your surname and your pet's name as reference.

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Christchurch Hospital
01202 484466
59 Purewell
Christchurch BH23 1EN

Highcliffe Surgery
01425 273102
301 Lymington Road
Highcliffe BH23 5EG

Bransgore Surgery
01425 674080
Old Telephone Exchange
Bransgore BH23 8AA

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If you would like to make a payment via bank transfer, please use the account details below:

Bank Account: Priory Veterinary Group (Christchurch) Ltd​
Sort Code: 30-80-89
Account Number: 33900868
Bank: Lloyds
Reference: Please use your surname and your pet's name as reference.

Priory Veterinary Group – Our Brand-New Website is now live!

Priory Veterinary Group – Our Brand-New Website is now live!

Priory Veterinary Group are delighted to announce that we have launched our brand-new website! We are an R.C.V.S. (Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons) Tier three Accredited Hospital in Christchurch, with two branch surgeries in Highcliffe and Bransgore, in...
Tick Bite Prevention Week

Tick Bite Prevention Week

It’s tick bite prevention week As the weather is starting to warm up it’s important to be aware that we live and work in an area with a high risk of tick bites, and prevention is the best way to protect yourself and your pets. Ticks are commonly found in areas...
Separation Anxiety Info Sheet

Separation Anxiety Info Sheet

Separation Anxiety Summary From Priory Vets’ client talk with Denise Nuttall on 27/4/21 With the lockdown restrictions being lifted, there is a chance of separation anxiety developing in dogs who have become accustomed to having their owners around all the time....
How to Help Make Your Visit to the Vets Stress-free

How to Help Make Your Visit to the Vets Stress-free

Priory Veterinary Group have made the local news! Have you seen this article in our local paper about how to avoid stress for your pets when visiting us? Make sure your collars and leads are secure – and bring treats if necessary! Use a top loading cat carrier...
Firework Advice – Keep Your Pet Safe & Happy

Firework Advice – Keep Your Pet Safe & Happy

Info Sheet Due to the longer duration of the firework season, it is not always practical or desirable to sedate animals repeatedly. This sheet offers practical advice and information on several natural, herbal alternatives available in tablets & drops to help...