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Rutland House Customer Satisfaction

5 star Absolutely fantastic vets, all the staff are so friendly and helpful. Both my pugs have needed surgery within days and I can not praise them enough. Especially Harry who has stayed in contact all weekend with me, after my little girl pug became unwell. Thank you all so much
Debi Moorcroft

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Both of my dogs have been referred to Rutland House Referral Hospital for a number of different disciplines.
Beluga has been most recently for Ophthalmology, Dermatology & Orthopaedic surgery. All of the staff from the consultants down to the nursing team have been absolutely fantastic & I would have no hesitation in recommending Rutland House to anyone
Mrs Oldknow with Beluga & Bullseye



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Came in to Rutland House Referrals in March 2015 with Sasha for Orthopaedic surgery. I was very happy with the service we received from Duncan , the nursing team & reception. Sasha has recovered very well.
Mr Parr - Sasha

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Jess's Story


Jess's was out exercising back in august 2014 when she came back with her ball limping quite badly - We went to the vets on the Monday as I was certain it was luxating patella and when the vet confirmed it I requested to be referred to Rutland House having had experience there with one of my other dogs.
We got an appointment for the Wednesday to see Duncan Midgley who fully confirmed it was luxating patella - After showing me his bone model (and Jess trying to chew it) Duncan said that they could operate the next day - Jess stayed in the Wednesday night ready for her op on the Thursday and also after the operation stayed in the Thursday night to ensure she wasn't in to much pain before coming home.

On collecting Jess I was given her recovery plan which was the first week was to be cage rest and only toileting in the garden and then after the first week we could start with 10 minute walks a few times a day (this was with a dog that doesn't know the meaning of the words sit still) In addition during Jess's pre-op examination the Vets noticed that the light was not reflecting properly from Jess's eye so asked the ophthalmologist to examine her who discovered she has early stages of anterior lens luxation - As upsetting as this was for me firstly because there is a possibility she will loose her sight and secondly because it meant I could no longer breed from her, it was also a blessing that they noticed this as it was now able to monitored and managed meaning she will hopefully have her sight for many more years than if the vets hadn't spotted it.

We went away and followed the recovery instructions for her knee recovery (which were so hard as she is so young and being in a cage was hard for her) - Taking our time and following the advice within 4 weeks she was out walking on lead for longer periods and showing no signs of ever having had an operation. We had a check up with Duncan after 4 weeks and he was happy for her to return to agility however i decided that I wanted to do it very slowly to ensure she was fully fit and ready. She attended hydrotherapy sessions for a while and then started to do agility very slowly again. By december 2014 she was back competing and I am convinced was running so much faster. I believe that prior to her operation she was in pain pushing off her hind legs with the bad knee and the operation has repaired it meaning she will hopefully have a long and full agility career as she absolutely adores it. Even with 6 months out of agility and at a crucial age of learning she has still come back full steam ahead. We have people saying "oh no your in my class" when we join a queue because of how fast she is. I am so very thankful for what Rutland house have done for us and thank them from the bottom of my heart.

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Jayjay's Story


Jayjay is my 10 year old tonkinese, very much part of a tight family group with her half sister and son.
When she became ill I couldnt imagine not having the three of them together. Jayjay was operated on successfully and the team at Rutland House
couldn not have been more caring and helpful. Six months on and Jayjay is as if she had never had cancer, surgery and chemotherapy.

I want her to see out her natural life happy and healthy thanks to the care she has had.


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Misty's Story


Jan Beranek operated on Misty Livesey last year in July. He saved his life by removing a benign tumor that was blocking his bowels. We are so happy to let you know that he is doing so well and he is happy and healthy.

Because Misty was doing so well we decided in January to look for a whippet puppy to join our family. We ended up getting TWO whippet brothers. All dogs are getting on so well and even Misty looks 3 years younger. They all play and "hunt" together. I would like to thank Jan from the bottom of my heart for saving Misty, he is my favourite and I am so grateful that Jan saved his life.
Fokel Livesey - Misty

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Alice's Story


We found Alice in our local animal hospital in Sunbury, Australia. We had taken our animals for their check ups and while waiting in the reception noticed a sign that said "good home wanted for kitten". We resisted for a while but in the end curiosity got the better of us. Once we saw her we loved her and took her home with us. She was quite sick and had to have antibiotics and TLC but grew strong and got on well with our other cat and 3 dogs.
She liked to come on walks to the local park with our dogs and would play and climb trees while the dogs had a run and then follow us home when we had finished walking the dogs. The neighbours were quite shocked at first seeing a little cat walking with the dogs but soon got used to seeing her.
We decided to return to England and of course, Alice came too and has settled in very well although visits to the park are not possible as Southport is a lot busier than country Australia.
It was a shock to find that Alice was quite sick but thanks to Rutland House Vets she is getting treatment for lymphoma and after one week we can see a great improvement in her condition and are feeling a bit more optimistic about her future.

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Alice's Story


We found Alice in our local animal hospital in Sunbury, Australia. We had taken our animals for their check ups and while waiting in the reception noticed a sign that said "good home wanted for kitten". We resisted for a while but in the end curiosity got the better of us. Once we saw her we loved her and took her home with us. She was quite sick and had to have antibiotics and TLC but grew strong and got on well with our other cat and 3 dogs.
She liked to come on walks to the local park with our dogs and would play and climb trees while the dogs had a run and then follow us home when we had finished walking the dogs. The neighbours were quite shocked at first seeing a little cat walking with the dogs but soon got used to seeing her.
We decided to return to England and of course, Alice came too and has settled in very well although visits to the park are not possible as Southport is a lot busier than country Australia.
It was a shock to find that Alice was quite sick but thanks to Rutland House Vets she is getting treatment for lymphoma and after one week we can see a great improvement in her condition and are feeling a bit more optimistic about her future.
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Isabella's Story


I was referred to Rutland House Referral Hospital with Isabella to see the Ophthalmologist after she received severe trauma to her & also to the hospital after she had eaten a gladioli.
Isabella was given the best of care & all of the staff involved from reception/consultant/nurses were very helpful and friendly & polite

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Woody`s Story


In July, Woody my 9 year old Labrador was diagnosed with a lump, which proved to be cancerous, in his anal gland. An operation was required to remove it. Prior to the operation I had a consultation with Jan Beranek, the surgeon who would perform the operation. At this meeting the procedure, the risks and the prognosis were fully explained. Now, four and a half months after the operation he is lively and happy and at this stage all the evidence is that he has made a full recovery.

I would like to offer a sincere thank you to all the staff at Rutland House Hospital for Woody`s treatment and care while he was there. I must also include a very special thank you to Michelle Weston (Woody`s guardian angel) at the Village Veterinary Surgery at Bryn, who diagnosed the problem and arranged for the operation. Also the subsequent care that Michelle gave to Woody was first class as was the reassurance and guidance that she gave to me.

Once again a sincere thank you to all at Rutland House for the excellent service provided.

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