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Visit Us: 1a Stony Lane, Christchurch, BH23 7LQ

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Magnolia House Veterinary Clinic

Why should you entrust the care of your pets to Magnolia House Veterinary Clinic? Excellent question!

We can meet your pet’s every need, from the first puppy or kitten (and bunny or gecko!) health check, through preventative care, to the most complicated investigation and treatment when they are unwell. We have the advanced facilities and expert knowledge you may expect from a much larger practice, and yet our small size allows us to retain the friendly, comfortable, and caring atmosphere we are known for.

We do not take our clients for granted. To us, you are not just a number, you and your pets are members of the Magnolia House family, and we shall always do our best to get to know you individually, to address all your concerns, and to provide you with the highest standard of service and medical care.

We have an integrative approach to veterinary care – we consider the pet as a whole when approaching its problem, including its environment, diet, and lifestyle. Our treatment recommendations include diet changes and supplements where appropriate, and aim to minimise any complications or side-effects. We offer reduced consult fees for repeat prescription exams and for follow up exams.

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Caring For Your Pet

We can meet your pet’s every need, from the first puppy or kitten (and bunny or gecko!) health check, through preventative care, to the most complicated investigation and treatment when they are unwell. We have the advanced facilities and expert knowledge you may expect from a much larger practice, and yet our small size allows us to retain the friendly, comfortable, and caring atmosphere we are known for.

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New Website
New Website

Welcome to our long awaited new website.Put together with help from RiotSpace Creative who we must thank for their never ending patience.We hope you find…

Coronavirus update June 2020
Coronavirus update June 2020

At the end of March the veterinary profession was restricted to providing emergency and urgent care only, both by government lockdown rules and by our…

Travelling with your pet
Travelling with your pet

For those interested in travelling with their pet abroad For travel until 31st December 2020, dogs and cats (and ferrets) will need: – a microchip–…

Grass seed injuries
Grass seed injuries

This spring and now technically summer we have seen a spate of grass seeds. So far we have retrieved them from feet, ears, and two…

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