Hoo Hall Equine Surgery, Oak Road, Rivenhall, Witham, Essex CM8 3HG
01376 513369
01702 551600
01371 223101
info@patonandlee.co.uk

Contact

The emergency number for outside office hours only is tel: 07894682937

Main surgery

Tel: 01376513369
Fax: 01376501714
Email: info@patonandlee.co.uk

Paton and Lee
Hoo Hall
Oak Road
Rivenhall
Witham
Essex
CM83HG

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Other 'no visit fee' locations

Routine appointments can be made to meet and treat your horse at the following locations for no visit fee:

Ragwood Riding Centre, Thundersley, Essex, SS7 2TB Tel: 01702 551600 for details. CLICK HERE FOR MAP VIEW

Walk to Canter Equestrian Supplies, Stebbing, Essex, CM6 3BS Tel: 01371 223101 for details CLICK HERE FOR MAP VIEW


Social Media

At Paton and Lee we believe strongly in good client communication and education: important factors in equine preventative medicine. In addition to our annual lectures and monthly newsletters, we have a strong social media presence. Please join us online for all the latest news and information from Paton and Lee, and feel free to contact us via our social media sites for any non-emergency questions you may have. In an emergency it is always best to contact us via the office numbers above.


Collection & postage of drugs or prescriptions

Treatments, drugs or prescriptions for your horse, pony or donkey can be collected from the main practice at Hoo Hall, Rivenhall, or posted out to your chosen address. Drugs cannot be left out for collection from any of our branch practices or no visit fee locations. Office staff are not able to prescribe or hand out veterinary treatments without first consulting the treating veterinary surgeon.
 
For this reason please note that:

THE OFFICE REQUIRE 24 HOURS NOTICE FOR THE PREPARATION OF DRUGS OR PRESCRIPTIONS FOR COLLECTION. 
- IF YOU REQUIRE DRUGS TO BE POSTED OUT ON THE SAME DAY, ORDERS MUST BE PLACED BEFORE 12PM.

Prescription only medications (POMs) can and will only be supplied to horses under our care with direct approval by a veterinary surgeon. For horses on a continuing prescription, a health check must be performed for the continuation of the prescription at least every 6 months to ensure that the medication is still suitable for the patient and being prescribed at the correct dose. Before any POM is given your horse's passport must be presented to the prescribing veterinary surgeon. We strongly recommend that Section IX of your passport is signed to declare that your horse is NOT intended for human consumption, because for many of the medications we use routinely this section MUST be signed. Having your Section IX signed and recorded in advance allows us to use such medications without delay in an emergency.

Please note that all prescriptions will be sent directly to the pharmacy or veterinary practice from which the medications are being purchased - we are not able to hand over copies of prescriptions to our clients.

WE HAVE A FULL RANGE OF NON-PRESCRIPTION TREATMENTS THAT CAN BE SOLD WITHOUT PRIOR VETERINARY APPROVAL. CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS.

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