Please see below the terms and conditions (T&Cs) for Avonvale’s summer campaign, which starts from 31st May 2019 and ends on 31st August 2019, which will from here on in be referred to as the “qualifying period”.

To participate, customers must be a new member, signing up one pet, to Avonvale’s Healthy Pet Clubs within the qualifying period. This will entitle them to a “free gift” as offered by Avonvale.

If the customer then takes out a separate plan for an additional pet during the qualifying period, they will not be eligible for an additional free gift.

The free gift given is subject to availability and the product given is at the discretion of the brand, and may differ from practice or site, or change at any time during the qualifying period or after. You may need to provide proof of purchase onto the scheme, for a minimum of one month, to receive your free gift.

Please note that the Terms and Conditions you will be given when you sign up to the Healthy Pet Clubs will also apply. Please read these carefully when you sign up as they may also include information on price changes to the scheme. We will also manage your data in line with GDPR compliance and you can view our policy here.

Avonvale is owned by the Linnaeus Group. If you have any questions or concerns about the T&Cs supplied, then you may contact us on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or write to us at Campaigns Manager, Marketing Department, Linnaeus Group, Friars Gate, 1011 Stratford Road, Shirley, West Midlands, B90 4BN.

We are excited to announce our major development to our Warwick hospital including a new procedures room and our brand-new 16 slice, GE Revolution CT installation. We are one of only a few Small Animal Veterinary Hospitals in the UK to benefit from having a CT scanner on site.

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How does it work?

CT examination provides us with cross-sectional and 3-dimensional images of some of the more complex problems our pets face. It uses a motorised x-ray source that rapidly rotates around the circular opening of a donut-shaped structure called a gantry to take multiple sliced images of the area required. Our CT machine employs the very latest advanced imaging technology and the first of its kind in a primary care veterinary surgery in Warwickshire.

Advantages of using a CT

CT imaging enables a more rapid and precise diagnosis which in turn will provide quicker treatment to your pets. In addition, our procedure room is a fully functional operating theatre equipped with both video endoscopy and diagnostic ultrasound. With these new additions, the combination of our diagnostic services and our highly trained team makes Avonvale Hospital Warwick a leader in veterinary diagnosis and treatment across our region.

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Common conditions that may benefit from CT scanning:

  • Elbow and joint assessments
  • Spinal disease including lumbosacral disease
  • Nasal and airway disease
  • Pulmonary and mediastinal disease
  • Peri-ocular disease
  • Middle ear disease
  • Some musculoskeletal problems
  • Abdominal and thoracic neoplasia including metastatic disease diagnosis
  • Lung and chest problems
  • Porto-systemic shunts
  • Complex fracture assessments

For more information about our CT scanner or any other of our diagnostic equipment please contact our clinical staff on 01926 400255 who will be more than happy to help you, or alternatively please email us on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


We have a set of simple ‘house rules’ for our Facebook page.

We want you to engage with us on social media, but we reserve the right to remove posts when our house rules aren’t observed. We may also block users without explanation if our guidelines are breached.

Please do not use our Facebook page to:

  • Post offensive content. We will treat a post as offensive and delete it if it contains swearing, personal attacks or threats, or if it is libellous or discriminatory.
  • Advertise products or services, or share personal information.
  • Post the same message, or a similar message, repeatedly.

Responding to your messages

If you contact us on Facebook, we aim to reply to your message as soon as we can but our page isn’t monitored 24-7. If you have an emergency, please call our out-of-hours service on 01926 400255.

If you have specific questions regarding your pet's health then it is best to speak to us in person.

Please don’t hesitate to call your usual surgery number, or just pop in.

bailey ashmoreBailey is 12½ years old. He has been a regular visitor to our hydrotherapy unit for the past couple of months.

Bailey has suffered with weakness and osteoarthritis in his hind legs for a little while now, and until recently it was under control with just anti inflammatory and pain relief medication.

As time has gone by the strength in his hind legs has gradually worsened creating stability problems.

Bailey’s vet suggested hydrotherapy as a way of helping to build up some strength, stamina, and muscle tone in his hind legs.

It turns out Bailey is a natural water baby and enjoys the sessions almost as much as the endless amounts of treats that he gets during them.

He has completed an initial course and has shown signs of improvement which is very encouraging, and will continue with maintenance sessions to help control his condition.

Lara is a lovely young Golden Retriever that has been coming for hydrotherapy treatment in order to see if it would help improve the left fore leg lameness that she has had intermittently for a couple of months. Investigations indicated possible ligament or soft tissue damage in her shoulder, and hydrotherapy can help to regain the confidence to strengthen muscle and mobilize joints without experiencing further discomfort whilst the tissues repair.

Lara has thoroughly enjoyed her hydro sessions, and fortunately they seemed to have done the trick. After 10 sessions Lara’s lameness has all but disappeared, she no longer needs pain medication, and her owners have been able to gradually let her return back to normal activity.

Lara will need to continue coming for a little while longer, but as you can see from the pictures, I’m sure she doesn’t mind.

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