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Christmas & New Year Opening
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Christmas & New Year Opening

Christmas & New Year Opening

Bognor Regis Hospital: 01243 842832 AlphaPet Chichester (Kingley) 01243 528899 AlphaPet Chichester (Birdham) 01243 513514 Our Christmas and New Year services are as follows: Christmas Eve: Bognor Regis West Meads Hospital: 8.30am to 4pm Christmas Day & Boxing Day: CLOSED: 24/7 Emergency Service at Bognor... read more »

Xylitol - a hidden risk

Xylitol - a hidden risk

This is Buster,  a 10 year old  miniature Schnauzer who recently had a near miss after he managed   to  get hold of a small bar of chocolate from his mum's bag. Now we all know that chocolate can be toxic to dogs, but... read more »

Staff News

Staff News

The last few months have seen quite a few changes at AlphaPet and we are please to welcome some additional staff. Vet, Alex Avery, sadly returned to New Zealand in October, and vet Nicky Bird has left us temporarily on maternity leave. But .... Three new vets We... read more »

Unnecessary suffering

Unnecessary suffering

Did you know: Anyone owning or taking on a new pet (whether that be a dog, a cat, a rabbit or even a bird or reptile), has a duty, under the law to ensure they take steps to make sure they know how to look after that pet... read more »

AlphaPet Pet Health Club

AlphaPet Pet Health Club

Ask us about the AlphaPet Pet Health Club It could save you £££££s!read more »

Seasonal awareness

Seasonal awareness

Christmas is a time of increased risk for our pets. We usually see a higher incidence of foreign body ingestion in both dogs and cats. Turkey bones, bits of childrens toys, pieces of tinsel, and small balls are commonly swallowed and frequently end up having to be removed... read more »

Marley's story

Marley's story

Marley is one very fortunate dog! Marley is just over a year old. She presented to us as an emergency with life-threatening peritonitis. Her owner understandably wanted everything done to try and save her, but she wasn't insured and she needed complicated and expensive surgery. We were assured... read more »

Did you know ....

Did you know ....

Since AlphaPet started in September 1993, we have treated over 80,000 pets belonging to over 24,000 owners! In the year to December 2016, we have registered 1090 new clients!read more »

Dog show results

Dog show results

It was another hugely successful  AlphaPet Fun Day and Dog Show on August 14th with Catastrophes Cat rescue and Guide Dogs sharing the £2780 raised on the day!read more »

Vaccination - separating fact from fiction

Vaccination - separating fact from fiction

Following media reports earlier this year about alleged side effects resulting from vaccinating dogs against leptospirosis, Health for Animals has produced  a "myth-busting" factsheet to address misconceptions about vaccination. It is available at http://tinyurl.com/zmnsslr We continue to  hear  a lot of misinformation being  fed... read more »

AlphaPet Achieves Hospital Status

AlphaPet Achieves Hospital Status

Earlier this year, AlphaPet achieved Small Animal Veterinary Hospital Accreditation under the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Practice Standards Scheme. We are the only practice in the Chichester and Bognor Regis areas to have achieved this. What this means for our clients is that we have been inspected... read more »