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Christmas Opening Hours

We would like to wish all our clients a very Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year.   And if you’ve not managed to find that special present for your four legged friends yet, we still have a fantastic range of gift ideas available including Christmas jumpers, pet stockings/selection boxes, toys, coats, collars/leads, plus a…

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Senior Pet Month

November is Senior Pet Month at Overdale Vets We all want a long and healthy life for our pets and as they age they need extra care and attention. When they reach 7-8 years of age they are considered to be “senior” which means their lifestyle and needs will start to change. Your senior pet may…

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Pet Smile Month

When your pet smiles, you smile too!   At Overdale Vets, we’re celebrating Pet Smile Month with some great offers on Dental products and procedures to help you give your pet back that winning smile.   Available between 1st and 30th September: FREE DENTAL CHECK-UPS WITH A NURSE 15% OFF ALL DENTAL HYGIENE PRODUCTS SAVE UP TO 50%…

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Get two vaccines for the cost of a booster

SORRY, OFFER NOW ENDED! Please contact us for our latest prices.   For a limited period, get our full course of two vaccines for the price of just one booster. Plus receive… FREE health check with the vet FREE nurse consultation to discuss your pet’s care And additional discounts on kennel cough vaccination. To take advantage…

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  • Brrr!! It's chilly out there!! Snowy isn't bothered though, check out his new coat! Looking quite smug and snug I'd say 👍🏻

  • This lovely chap was on a walk with his owners when he was startled by some poacher's guns and ran off. His owners are pensioners and are very worried about him. There has just been a possible sighting in Diggle, so here's hoping its him! If people can share this to friends over that way, I'm sure that would be greatly appreciated. Thank you

  • This is Winnie. We have been looking after her and treating her with the help of the RSPCA in Macclesfield since October. She responded well to treatment and is well on the road to recovery and in need of a home. Normally she would go to an RSPCA foster home where she could get lots of fuss and attention but it seems there is a real shortage of them at the moment. As much as we love to have her here it would be nice if she could be fostered or even find her forever home! If you're interested in fostering or adopting Winnie, or other cats like her, please follow the below link for more information. Thank you! http://www.rspca-macclesfield.org.uk/how-you-can-help/foster-an-animal/