135 Wigan Lane
Lancashire WN1 2NB
Reviewed by: Victoria Henderson on 06/05/2016
My dog Maisy is a very shy dog even more so when at the vets! The nurses helped me weigh her as shes afraid of the scales then went into the consult room, Luc was brilliant with her and i did not feel rushed in anyway and all medical jargon was explained to me. Maisy was given some medication for her itchy skin and is doing really well! Would highly recommend the practice and all its staff!
Reviewed by: Lisa on 22/04/2016
Brillant practice very proffessional and caring staff would recomend anyone to go in a heartbeat
Reviewed by: Ann and Ian McCartney on 14/07/2015
We have used this veterinary practice for 25 years, first with our tom cat, Growler, who lived for 18 years, then with a rescue wife fox terrier bit h, Kerrie, who, aged 10 when we took her as our own had a myriad of health problems and she was always dealt with by vets, nurses and staff with such affection. Now we have another rescue wire fox terrier both, Mollie Mae, who, being the love our life, we wouldn't dream of taking her anywhere else because we want the best for her. We always feel at home there, they include our pet in the conversations and have respect for the animals they treat.
Reviewed by: Angela & David on 17/03/2015
Our dog Pippa is a 12 year old cross breed. She began treatment in May 2012 for degenerative joint disease (DJD) as she was showing signs of arthritic changes in her front paws. She was limping quite noticeably on her right front paw, and both front "wrist" joints were swollen and knobbly.
She has been treated with tablets (Synoquin) which have made a great difference, but as she is now getting older, we have noticed that lately, in the last few months or so, she has been a lot less fluid in her movements and could no longer jump up into the car or onto the sofa for cuddles!
She appeared quite stiff in her legs if she had been lying down for any length of time, and a few weeks ago I was very surprised when one morning she refused to go to the park.
About four weeks ago we had to take her to see Luc as she was very unlucky to get stung on the eye by a wasp whilst she was out in the garden.
Luc asked us how she was getting along, as usually she only goes to see him for her booster jabs, so I mentioned that she appeared to be slowing down and was moving more stiffly.
He told us about the new lazer treatment which would soon be available to treat these symptoms and so we decided to book Pippa in to try it. If it would alleviate any discomfort and improve her quality of life then I felt we must give it a go.
She began the treatments on 21st October, two sessions a week for 3 weeks and the maintenance sessions, 1 a week reducing to every 2 weeks if improvements seen.
After the first two sessions we noticed that she was standing much taller on her hind legs and was moving much more freely.
She continued to improve during the next four sessions and is now on the maintenance course.
She is much happier, wants to play ball, wants to go to the park, and indeed last week she met her favourite doggy friend there and managed to have a little play time with him, which she enjoyed greatly!
She can now get on the sofa for cuddles ( I'm usually squashed up in the corner) and is a much, much happier dog.
She is still an old lady, and won't be running a marathon any time soon, but the treatment has undoubtedly made a huge difference to her comfort and quality of life.
Pippa is quite a nervous dog, and like most dogs doesn't like going to the vets, but the treatment is non invasive, causes them no discomfort and only takes about 15 to 20 minutes per session.
The staff at the surgery are all very kind and lovely with the animals. We have been going to this practice since 1977 and have always had great confidence in them to do the best for our dogs.
Many thanks to Luc and all the staff,
Angela & David Beckett.
Reviewed by: Andrew & Jan on 14/12/2014
We have been using LucÃ¢'s veterinary practice for 18 years, starting with our first dog Goldie, and now our second Spaniel Sonny. Over the years both Goldie and Sonny have received first class care and attention from Luc and his Veterinary Nursing and Reception Staff.
Sonny is prone to a variety of joint issues and has had both cruciate ligaments repaired by Luc and his veterinary team. SonnyÃ¢'s joint problems have resulted in arthritis in most, if not all his joints and had resulted in him being medicated long term with Meloxidyl.
Recently Luc purchased a K-Laser for the practice, and this has proven to be a very beneficial form of therapy for Sonny and has allowed us to stop using Meloxidyl. The K-Laser has enabled Sonny to be more comfortable when walking and exercising . He is now happier and more content while having his daily exercise and we are now only left giving Sonny the dietary supplement Yumove.
Thanks Luc, for bringing this new treatment to the practice.
Jan & Andrew