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Some really good advice on preventing dog bites hereDog bites are not uncommon, and the majority of dog bites occur in young children.

A number of studies suggest that both children and adults misinterpret dog facial expressions and body language. Teaching children how to act around dogs is fundamental to reduce the risk of bites.

Our latest infographic is aimed at children to help prevent dog bites.
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Coastal Veterinary Group

If you think any vet, nurse or veterinary practice is great then please give them your vote!Nominations for 2019 Veterinary Awards are now open!

Has your practice put the bounce back in your dog’s step? Does your practice or member of staff treat your cat as if it were their own?

If you know a vet, vet nurse, practice team, or practice support who deserve a thank you make sure you nominate them in the 2019 Veterinary Awards bit.ly/2AWVnxu
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***Good News! Now home.safe and well!***

This gorgeous girl is Molly and she has gone missing from her home in Tapping Close, Snettisham. Has anyone seen her? She hates this weather and may have hidden away to escape it so please check garages and sheds. Thank you!
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Find Coastal Vets in Snettisham

at 16 Alma Road, Snettisham, Kings Lynn, Norfolk, PE31 7NY

Opening hours:

Monday to Friday: 8.30am – 6pm

Saturdays: 9am – 12 noon

Find Coastal Vets in Burnham Market

at Creake Road, Burnham Market, King’s Lynn PE31 8EA

Opening hours:

Monday and Wednesday: 2pm – 4pm

Friday: 9am – 11am

Contact Coastal Vets on 01485 544201

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