Our practice provides a range of pet care services.
If you have any questions about your pet's need for treatment or a specific aspect of our service, please call the veterinary practice or email us.
We offer a complete veterinary service
The practice provides a full range of services and our veterinary care is underpinned by the use of a full range of modern treatments.
A list of services is detailed below:
- 24-7 emergency service on our premises by our own vets.
- Pet passport and DEFRA LVI services.
- SMS text and postal or email reminder system
- Situated in modern, spacious and comfortable premises
- Diagnostic and medical technology including Ultrasound, endoscopes, automated laboratory, Computed radiography, Blood pressure Doppler.
- Surgical technology including electrosurgery and temperature-controlled beds and peri-operative monitors.
- Visiting multi-disciplinary specialists
- House-call and off-site treatment where appropriate.
- Store for pet foods and accessories
- Nurse clinics e.g. weight control
- Active support for local charities, animal rescue and rehabilitation of strays and pets forced into feral existence.
- Plentiful parking
- Financial assistance to those who cannot afford to pay (see below)
- Identity Microchips
- Booster and Other Reminders – SMS Text and postal. Some of you may already have received text messages to remind you that your animal’s booster vaccination is due. This is an addition to the usual postcard. If you do not get them, make sure we have your mobile number. If you prefer to opt out of text reminders, please let us know.
Home visits can be arranged for consultations or treatments if it is not practical or possible for your pet to be brought to the practice. Because these have to be arranged outside the clinic appointments, we ask that home visits are booked at least 48 hours in advance if possible. In emergency situations, it is always preferable for the pet to be brought to the practice where we have a full range of medications and facilities.
Help with vet bills - RSPCA
With the help of the local RSPCA, we can often offer limited help and first aid.
For more advice on how the RSPCA can help you please phone 01638 508316.
If you find an animal, injured or uninjured, please call the RSPCA to obtain a log number and advice.