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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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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.

Pet Dental Health Month

Did you know that February is Pet Dental Health month?

80% of dogs and 70% of cats will have some tooth or gum disease in their lives. So knowing how to look after your pets teeth and knowing the signs that indicate dental disease are essential. Some breeds are more prone to dental disease than others. For example  nearly 40% of greyhounds will have periodontal disease and nearly one in two Yorkshire terriers will have dental disease from a young age. Small breed or toy breed dogs are much more likely to suffer with periodontal disease than larger breeds.


Veterinary Nurse Clinics - Nurse with Toothbrush - Priory Veterinary Group

As a pet owner, it’s important to:

✅ Brush their teeth daily – checking for discoloured or loose teeth, build up of plaque or tartar, bad breath

✅ Check the gums look healthy with no bleeding, swelling or redness

✅Note any changes in behaviour- your cat or dog may be showing signs of pain- pawing or rubbing at their mouth, they may be reluctant to allow their mouth to be examined  or may be reluctant or have  difficulty eating. Your pet may be less lively, less sociable and have a reduced interest in playing.

✅ Schedule regular vet dental checkups


Veterinary Services - Animal Vaccinations - Priory Veterinary Group

Good oral hygiene can help pets live happier and healthier lives. As part of our commitment to preventative health care, we are offering our Priory Pet Club members a special offer this Pet Dental Health Month.

Priory Pet Club members can get a free dental health check with a veterinary nurse during February and a fixed price scale and polish if needed to help keep your pet’s smile sparkling clean! 😍🦷 A veterinary nurse can assess your dog’s teeth, gums and oral health, talk to you about how to look after your pets’ teeth, discuss diet and make recommendations. If their teeth need cleaning, you will be eligible for a scale and polish including full general anaesthetic and post operative pain relief, for a fixed price of £300 for operations between 1st February and 15th March.


Terms & Conditions: Further dental work will incur further costs. Operation to be booked between 1 Feb and 15th March. Any complications with the anaesthetic or scale and polish may incur further charges.