Our Registered Veterinary Nurses run a range of nurse clinics to provide help and advice for pet owners.
The veterinary nursing team at Lida Vets, are passionate about supporting you and your pets. Nurse clinics are an excellent option to get advice and assistance for a wide range of preventative healthcare, as well as support with managing health conditions.
Veterinary nurses can support you with advice (within these clinics) about caring for your pet on a variety of areas such as:
- Senior health care - caring for older pets
- Nutrition and weight management - planning a nutritious diet
- Post-operative care - what to do after an operation
- Dental care - keeping teeth and gums healthy
They can also administer some treatments including:
- Second vaccinations
- Various medications
- Applying flea, tick and worming treatment
Finally, there are many procedures that veterinary nurses can complete during a nurse clinic. For example, wound management (redressing and reapplying bandages) and nail clipping to name just a couple.
As you can see, there are many areas our veterinary nurses can help you with during a nurse clinic, please get in touch to find out more!
Some services incur charges and certain nurse clinics are only available at certain branches due to space and facilities.
Our fantastic team of Registered Veterinary Nurses have the right knowledge and experience to run our nurse clinics. They are available for consultations most days of the week.
Our Peace of Mind Plan includes the use of our nurse clinics as a member benefit.
Our nurses consultations offer:
|Nurse Clinic Service||Price|
|Senior pet clinic||Free of charge|
|Weight clinic||Free of charge|
|Post op check||Free of charge|
|Suture or staple removal||Free of charge|
|Empty anal glands||£25.60|
|Second vaccination (when part of the course)||Free of charge|
|Grooms||£39.42 - £65.70|
|Puppy and kitten checks||Free of charge|
|Weight checks for flea and worm||Free of charge|
If you wish to see a nurse, please contact us to book your appointment.
Please note, our nurses are unable to diagnose, so in the case of an ill or injured animal, you MUST make an appointment with a Veterinary Surgeon.