Covid - 19

Update 31 March 2020

Cambridge Vets COVID 19 Update 31 March 2020

Hello to our valued farm customers.  We hope you are all well in these challenging times.

This is just a quick note to say Cambridge Vets are registered as a provider of essential services to the farming industry.

The government has expressed a firm desire for farm production to continue at as near to normal production levels as possible.

This means we are here to help!  We just have to do things a little differently. We cannot let customers enter our clinic under our MPI registration limitations but we can get you what you need.

If you need products including both OTC treatments (like zinc, worm drench, metabolic products or vaccine) or RVM treatments and Drycow therapy we can organise them for you, leave them outside the clinic for you or we may even be able to deliver them to your farm.

Just give the clinic a call and we will make the necessary arrangements. Call again when you arrive at the clinic and we will safely put them out for you.

We are still offering most services if they come under the welfare, emergencies or cow/herd health umbrella.  As long as we can manage the risk and keep the 2m distance.  We can still offer vaccinations that are due, pregnancy testing, lame cows visits etc.  We may just have to think carefully about how races are filled and animals are presented.  Our vets will use PPE as necessary to ensure no risk of disease spread.

We have safely been doing calvings and animal treatments over the last few days and are comfortable we are able to do this with no risks in most situations.

We are also happy to do tele consults if appropriate!

If we do need to get close to you or your staff we will assess any risk with you before proceeding.

If you need anything or have any questions please call the clinic or your vet and we will be happy to help you.

Covid-19 Update 😷

To our wonderful clients, we are working hard to keep you and our team safe during this current climate. Unfortunately, even with protocols in place, people are still being impacted by this illness and that includes our team. We are managing this the best we can but there are times when we are not fully staffed.

Please be advised there may be longer wait times, days where we cannot offer our full range of services, and changes to our usual hours. Please be patient with us.We may have to reschedule your appointment at short notice as we take care of our staff too. We are sure you will appreciate that we are working exceptionally hard to provide the best care for your pets.

Thank you for your understanding and we will keep you updated as we work through the next few weeks.

Monday 8am - 7pm
Tuesday 8am - 7pm
Wednesday 8am - 7pm
Thursday 8am - 5pm
Friday 8am - 5pm
Saturday 8am - 12:30pm
Sunday 9am - 12noon