Team members, from left, Holly Bearsley, Laura Proudlove, Natasha Johnson, Lauren Harrison, Jenny Woolley and Kate Abraham, at the new-look Littlecroft Bebington practice.
Two Veterinary Practices Team Up To Improve Care And Support For Pets
29th September, 2022 11h14
TWO veterinary practices on the Wirral have joined forces to strengthen the support they provide for pets and their owners.
CVets and Littlecroft Vets, two small animal practices, have merged to provide improved care and services for clients in Bebington, Wirral.
CVets’ site in Town Lane, Bebington, has undergone a major refurbishment thanks to a £95,000 investment to create a modern, pleasant, and welcoming environment.
It is now called Littlecroft Bebington, and the revamped practice will offer clients and their pets enhanced facilities, including a second consultation room and new equipment.
The extra space and a larger nursing team mean more appointments will be available to help meet growing demand.
There has also been significant investment in new equipment, including a new digital X-ray and ultrasound scanner so more procedures can be carried out on site, saving pet owners from having to travel further.
CVets has been part of the community for more than 30 years and has built up a trusted reputation. Many long-standing clients will continue to see familiar faces at Littlecroft Bebington which will continue to offer a comprehensive range of small animal services, including vaccinations, neutering, and microchipping.
Katie Abraham, practice manager at CVets and Littlecroft Vets, said: “We want to combine our skills and knowledge to make the team stronger. All of our vets and nurses bring different skills.
“By joining forces, we are able to offer our clients a bigger and better service, along with X-rays and ultrasounds which are two diagnostic tools we didn’t have previously. That will make a huge difference to our clients, saving them from having to travel.
“Having a second consultation room also means we can effectively double the number of appointments. Before, we struggled to see the number of clients who wanted an appointment.
“The most important thing is to be able to improve the client and patient care we offer and build on that, and to offer new things we couldn’t offer before because our team is bigger, and our pool of knowledge is greater.”
Littlecroft Vets has been caring for pets for more than three decades after being set up in a tiny cottage in 1987 behind its current location in Station Road, Little Sutton, Ellesmere Port.
Both CVets and Littlecroft Vets are part of VetPartners, which is made up of some of the UK’s most respected and trusted veterinary practices, and which has funded the £95,000 investment.
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