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#721279 - 31st Aug 2012 1:24pm Seaview road pets ****
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Hi, Ive booked my dog int the vets on seaview road for a general check up and to look at her sore ear. We have only had her for a few weeks and took her in from someone who was struggling to cope with her. As this is my first dog I have no experience with any vets in the area so picked it randomly. So Id like to know if anyone else takes their pets here and how they have found them, just so I know I am getting the best care. Thanks

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#721282 - 31st Aug 2012 1:28pm Re: Seaview road pets [Re: OutlawBlues]
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Seaview vets are ok, our dog and all our pets go there for treatment, vacccinations etc. Weve had no problems with them.

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#721303 - 31st Aug 2012 3:16pm Re: Seaview road pets [Re: OutlawBlues]
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Good to know, thanks.

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#721306 - 31st Aug 2012 3:20pm Re: Seaview road pets [Re: OutlawBlues]
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I have allways used this vets for my cat, never had no problems there, and staff are very friendly.
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#721336 - 31st Aug 2012 5:46pm Re: Seaview road pets [Re: OutlawBlues]
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I take my dog there and the staff are very friendly and I have never had any problems there.

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#721344 - 31st Aug 2012 6:01pm Re: Seaview road pets [Re: OutlawBlues]
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heard it's a bit pricey but good service, had my kittens neutered there and it was all good, also my sisters cat needed fixing up when it came home with a hole in it's side and she was doing brilliant straight after

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#721362 - 31st Aug 2012 7:07pm Re: Seaview road pets [Re: OutlawBlues]
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Very pricey. Paid £340 last Sunday to bring my cat home in a box

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#721628 - 1st Sep 2012 10:12pm Re: Seaview road pets [Re: OutlawBlues]
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We use Seaview for the dogs, mostly, and Rob McNulty in Meols for the reptiles.
I have taken the dogs to Meols, however, as I find they accept the 'natural' feeding regime and Seaview discourage it.
That said Seaview were £2 cheaper for a castration than Meols.
For a personal choice I opt for Meols as I tend to see the same vet whereas Seaview we see different vets and in my experience Seaview are always running late.
Both vets have always been right in diagnosis which is the most important part.

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#722199 - 5th Sep 2012 1:16pm Re: Seaview road pets [Re: LittleFoote]
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I think we went to birch vets for our corn, but they seemed a bit unsure of what to do with him, never needed to take any of our other reptiles and are too far away as I dont drive.

A few people told me they were expensive but when I called up to ask about prices they seemed cheaper (only by £1 or so) on the consultation. And overall it wasn't as expensive as I thought it might have been and they saw me straight way and seemed friendly enough and gave good advice, dogs ear is clearing up well so I think I'll stick with them...although I am considering a more natural diet so that may cause issues in the future with them, LittleFoote which natural diet do you feed your dogs, and where do you buy? I'm looking into RMB

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