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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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If you would like to contact us, please call us on one of the numbers below, or send us a message via either Whatsapp, or our contact form.

FOR EMERGENCIES, PLEASE CALL OUR CHRISTCHURCH HOSPITAL NUMBER.

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.

Free Client Information Evening for Priory Pet Club members – Adolescent Dogs


UNFORTUNATELY THIS EVENT IS NOW SOLD OUT BUT KEEP CHECKING BACK HERE FOR INFORMATION ABOUT UPCOMING TALKS, AND REMEMBER, PRIORY PET CLUB MEMBERS GET EARLY ACCESS!

We are proud to be hosting a client information evening for owners of adolescent dogs. We are delighted with the response from our Priory Pet Club members who filled the spaces from their early bird access.
Our Registered Veterinary Nurse Jess Hall is hosting a talk for owners of puppies and young dogs to talk through some of the common problems owners face at this life stage. 
 
Jess has a special interest in puppy and young dog behaviour, owning two herself, and has undergone further training in this area. 
The evening will involve a discussion about behaviours including:
 
– Difficulty getting your dog to focus and avoiding distractions.
– Their increasing independence and decreasing desire to stay close to you.
Barking and lunging on the lead at things that didn’t bother them before.
– Frustration behaviours like jumping up, biting, mouthing and nipping
Christchurch Vets - Dogs Running on the Beach Reviews - Priory Veterinary Group
We are excited for Jess to share this useful information with our clients, and very much hope you will be able to join us for this informative yet, informal evening on:   

Thursday 23rd May at 7.30pm St Joseph’s church hall (next door to our Christchurch hospital)  

UNFORTUNATELY THIS EVENT IS NOW SOLD OUT BUT KEEP CHECKING BACK HERE FOR INFORMATION ABOUT UPCOMING TALKS, AND REMEMBER, PRIORY PET CLUB MEMBERS GET EARLY ACCESS!