Wednesday, 24 February 2010

Most up to date list of vets who have prescribed CV247

1.Mr Richard Allport B.Vet. Med.,Vet.M.F.Hom., M.R.C.V.S.
Natural Medicine Centre
11 Southgate Road
Potters Bar

Telephone: 01707 662058

2. Barbara Jones BVMS MRCVS VetMFHom
Oakwood Veterinary Centre
Babbinswood Farm
Shropshire SY11 4PF

Telephone: 01691 679 699

3.John Hope-Ryan
Masefield House Veterinary Surgery
Wells Road
Malvern Wells
WR14 4PA

Telephone: 01684 576464

4. Paul Grant
35 Addington Road
West Wickham

Telephone: 020 84623455

5. Alan Marshall BVMS MRCVS
The Bard Veterinary Group
15 Catherine Street

Tel: 01387 255295

6. Jane Murphy
Lordship Lane Vet Surgery
509-511 Lordship Lane
London SE22 8JY

Telephone: 020 86934677

7. Andrew Prentis MRCVS
Hyde Park Veterinary Centre
61 Connaught Street
London W2 2AE

Telephone: 020 7723 0453

8. Peter A Culpin BSc MA VetMB MRCVS
Clinical Director 
Pets Naturally
26 Chepstow Corner
Chepstow Place
W2 4XE

Telephone: 020 7221 9200

10. David Batchelor BVM&S MRCVS
Batchelor, Davidson and Watson
19 Hillhouse Road

Telephone: 0131 332 0458

11. Nick Thompson BSc.(Hons) Path. Sci., BVM&S, VetMFHom, MRCVS
Holisticvet Ltd.
Apthorp Centre,
Weston Chiropractic and Holistic Centre,
Weston Road,

Telephone: 01225 48 7778

12. Gavin Durston BVM&S, MRCVS
Thrums Veterinary Group
20 Forfar Road
Scotland DD8 5BY

Telephone: 01575 572643

13. Manuela Wight, MRCVS
Highfield Veterinary Centre
145-147 London Road
Sheffield S2 4LH

Telephone: 0114 2554667

14. David Beech
The Veterinary Hospital
175 Newport

Telephone: 01522 800333

15.Tim Couzens BVetMed, MRCVS, VetMFHom, CertVetAc.
The Holistic Veterinary Medicine Centre
Unit 2, The Village Works
London Road
East Sussex BN8 6QR

Telephone: 01825 840966

16. Jeremy Edwards B.Vet.Med MRCVS
1 Clayhill Cottages
Uckfield Road
E. Sussex BN8 5RS

Telephone:  01273478488

18. Sue Armstrong MA VetMB VetMFHom CertIAVH MRCVS RSHom
Balanced Being
Unit 8
Erivan Park
Sandbeck Way
LS22 7DN

Telephone: 01937 543860  

19. Dr Birgit Ahlemeyer MRCVS
21 Post Horn Close
Forest Row
East Sussex
RH18 5DE

Telephone: 01342 826 104

20. Andrew Carmichael Vet mb, MA, MRCVS
The Addison & Holland Park veterinary clinic
7 Addison Avenue
W11 4QS

Telephone: 02076034094

21. Mr Simon Caple BSc, MA,VetMB, MRCVS
Alnorthumbria Veterinary Group
Belvedere Terrace
NE66 2NX

Telephone 01665 602516

22. Mr Terence Oomerjee BVSc BSc MRCVS
Arthur Lodge Veterinary Surgery
17 Brighton Road
 West Sussex
 RH13 5BE

Telephone: 01403 252964

23. John Stoker B.V.Sc., MRCVS
Hollington Cross Farm,
Hollington Cross,
Berks. RG20 9SE

Telephone: 01635 253441

Monday, 22 February 2010

What a wonderful email...

Hi Beverley
Sorry I havent been on the blog for so long..almost a year...where does the time go?  My time has been spent enjoying every little minute with Chilli Pepper who is still doing well.  The tumours seem to be getting bigger but slowly in my view as they were cut out last April so I think they are growing slowly as it is an agressive type of cancer that is in her lymph nodes and liver.  She is finding it harder to poo now but they are still an okay shape(yes I am now a poo watcher!) but apart from that she is healthier, thinner and happier than she has been in her 8 short years.  I was so glad to get her to her 8th birthday as I didn't think it would be possible due to the agressive nature of her cancer and bleak prognosis from the Dick Vet in Edinburgh.
Needless to say I havent been back there as I found them a miserable lot and my own Vets are all very positive ie they think she looks great and none of them are saying' well you know she will die of cancer unless she is run over by a car'.  I may be optimistic but I am not stupid and know she will die of cancer probably this year as if the tumour continues to grow it will eventually constrict her rectum, intestine or stomach.  Anyway no more negativity!
The diet has been easy for CP to digest and eats it very well..she is still on carrots, broccoli and raw liver..though I dont add oats to her night feed as she seems to process the veg and liver fine but there is more bulk when she has the oats.  Another miracle is she had a substantial  heart murmour but 2 of my vets have recently been unable to hear any murmour so she is definitely finding something to make her healthier.  I dont know if it is the cv247 or the diet or the vitamins and mineral supplements I give her but she has never looked better and that is all the evidence I need..she is still on no medication as shows no signs of pain(believe me I would know as CP is a bit of a drama queen!)  She is still going for 2 hour walks with my other two dogs and doggy friends and never gets tired so I think I made the right decision to start CV247 with the help and advice from you and the other bloggers so BIG THANKYOU to you all!  Taking each day as it comes.

love Nikki and Chilli Pepper XX

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Monday, 1 February 2010

Mail on Sunday article

We've just heard that there was an article in the paper at the weekend about the human use of CV247. Click here for more info...

... and check out the previous blog here for a list of vets who have previously prescribed  CV247 for animal use.