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BVA/KC/ISDS Eye Scheme

  • 15 min
  • From 50 British pounds
  • Customer's Place

Service Description

BVA/KC/ISDS Eye Scheme The Eye Scheme is run in conjunction with the British Veterinary Association (BVA), the Kennel Club (KC) and the International Sheep Dog Society (ISDS), all of whom are working together to identify inherited and non-inherited eye disease in dogs and puppies. The tests are carried out by BVA/KC/ISDS appointed panellists who perform the clinical examinations of the dogs participating in the Eye Scheme and are qualified to a diploma level. James Rushton PhD DipECVO MRCVS is the panellist joining Kirkbourne for the eye testing clinics. Your Eye Scheme appointment Please arrive 30 minutes before your appointment time so the appropriate eye drops can be given to your dog. You MUST bring your KC registration certificate (the green A5 certificate NOT the pedigree tree) or ISDS registration certificate. Failure to bring these documents will mean that the test result cannot be given and an additional fee will be charged for postage and administration. All dogs, including puppies, need a microchip implanted before the examination. Please ensure your dog is clean and in an appropriate condition for handling on arrival. All dogs much have been let out to do their business before entering the building. There will be a well marked and dedicated area to ensure this on arrival. What to book: Please ensure you know which test your dog needs to be booked for. If unsure check the list for requirements HERE. The Routine Eye Test should be conducted annually for those dog breeds who require it, especially is actively breeding. The Gonioscopy should be completed every 3 years once the dog reaches 18 months old for those breeds who require it. For breeds who require both, a discounted package is available. Terms and Conditions: For the safety of the panellist, the volunteers and other owners and dogs, its is your responsibility to ensure your dog is of amenable temperament to receive eye drops and be restrained by yourself for the eye examination. If it is not possible to administer eye drops or perform the examination then the appointment will be abandoned. All bookings are non-refundable and non-transferable to a different dog, due to the time, required to process the paperwork for individual dogs, and that of the panellist and volunteers to allow for these clinics to take place. Rude, violent, disrespectful or confrontational behaviour will not be tolerated. If any of this is deemed the case you will be asked to leave immediately, wit


Cancellation Policy

**All booking are non refundable and non transferable unless cancelled by the organiser


Contact Details

+ 07967 485487

Info@kirkbournespaniels.co.uk

STUBBS HALL FARM, DONCASTER, ENG , GBR


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