One year on. A very busy year indeed. The practice continues to expand and we've taken on a further veterinary surgeon, and we now employ 2 part-time grooms. The equine division has undertaken just under 100 general anaesthetics in its first year.
Plans are in progress to build a further stable block.
Services become available for deep intra-uterine insemination for frozen semen AI.
Dr David Sutton MA Vet MB Cert EM (Int. Med.), PhD, MRCVS arrives to join the equine veterinary team and takes over responsibility for the equine medicine referral side of Clyde Vet Group.
After a hectic first few months we have received referrals from 27 veterinary practices
Opening of the scintigraphy suite
Equine division is added to the BEVA list of approved practices willing to take equine emergencies.
First colic surgery
First arthroscopy, a carpal (knee) arthroscopy in racehorse.
Opening of the new clinic.
Fiona Main VN joins the equine team as our head nurse. Fiona’s experience is a major asset to the development of the equine clinic.
Clyde vet group becomes one of the first members of XLVets, a group of 40 veterinary practices who have got together to form a marketing and buying group to promote their services and skills. John Baillie BVM&S MRCVS becomes a director of the company.
First stem cell implantation undertaken in Scotland by Andrew McDiarmid.
Work starts on the new clinic
The equine team of vets expands to four equine only vets.
Merger of Acorn vet centre and Clyde Valley Veterinary Centre to form CYLDE VET GROUP. The new practice is divided into three divisions: Equine, small and large animal.