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Last Post 23-04-2013 4:58 AM by  SharonH
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21-04-2013 4:51 PM
    I'm not sure who updates the vets lists but I have discovered that the Bird of Prey Centre in Knutsford (which I know Kim and Kerstin have used for SH birds) is not on the vet listings. There's no problems with the boys, I was just looking up avain vets for the girl in work who is planning on taking on some chickens and was asking in advance. Could this vet be added to the list please?
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    22-04-2013 1:03 AM
    Thanks Helen I will get it sorted. You have also reminded me that Ian Sayers has moved!!
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    22-04-2013 3:09 AM
    So does this mean that the Abbotskerswell vets are no longer listed?  Where has he gone?
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    22-04-2013 4:23 AM
    Jenn, don't worry, he's still in the area, in Paignton.
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    22-04-2013 4:30 AM
    OK Thanks
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    22-04-2013 7:20 AM
    All done. To find Ian Sayers just search by his surname
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    22-04-2013 2:49 PM
    hi there is there a vet for us to use in the dorset area cos the ones on the lists are too far away? unless the list has been changed? thank you
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    22-04-2013 3:22 PM
    Nick I am pretty sure there is one near Dorchester. Give me till the end of Tues and I will confirm details.
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    23-04-2013 3:24 AM

    Have to post as well sorry lol

    There is a vet on list in Penkridge

    E C Straiton & Partners LLP
    The Veterinary Hospital
    Cannock Road
    Penkridge
    Stafford


    But been told we dont use them anymore for whatever reason - maybe it can be removed as it caused confusion to SH in that area who now have to make a 98ml round trip to another vet 

    thanks x

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    23-04-2013 4:58 AM
    I know Debs (Greysroost macawsmansion on FB) has someone called Tom she uses in Dorset. He is very good to her re her rescue birds (not BL ones) and has a lot of avian experience but I don't know about the qualification.
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