Keyhole (laparoscopic) surgery is available at our Rye branch for your dog’s routine spay operation. This is a minimally invasive technique involving 2-3 small skin incisions to remove the ovaries. Both keyhole and conventional surgical techniques have various benefits depending on the patient. Please see our website or call us to find out more information … Read more
This young black headed gull was brought into our Rye branch yesterday by a member of the public walking on Camber Sands. Sadly he had a fishing line and hook stuck inside his throat. Our senior vet, Richard Williams administered some anaesthetic gas and was then able to remove the hook and line. The gull … Read more
Head nurse Tara Evans from our Rye branch of Cinque Ports Vets, assisted by PC Richard Perchard of Sussex Police, managed a difficult pet rescue at Rye Railway Station on Thursday 13th February. A black & white cat had been spotted cowering under the footbridge by rail passengers and there were fears that it was … Read more
This Christmas Cinque Ports Vets at Rye are decorating their surgery with PDSA Paw prints. Make a donation, sign one of the PDSA Pawprint Cards and it will be pinned up with others to make a festive display. A lovely way to help support the PDSA and sick animals this Christmas.