General Health examinations - heart, eyes, ears, teeth, gums, abdomen, weight and more., Vaccinations – primary vaccination and booster vaccinations, and we always undertake a general heath check.
, Identichipping – we insert a small implant under your pet’s skin, which provides the most reliable method of identification should he or she get lost.
, Pet Passports / Export Health Certificates – help you easily and safely transport your animal around Europe and elsewhere.
, General surgery - including neutering and orthopaedic (fracture repairs).
, Advice - relating to good husbandry and animal management, including treatment of fleas and worming.
, Diagnosis and treatment of animal behavioural problems – provided by Claire, a qualified Animal Behaviourist.
, Weight clinics and advice - regarding your animal’s diet., All our animals are routinely anaesthetised using the safest and most up to-date anaesthetics available.
, Hospital standard flooring has been laid throughout the premises
Established in 1982, the surgery employs a range of fully trained and qualified staff, including five veterinary surgeons, seven veterinary nurses and two trainee nurses. The surgery at all times adheres to the highest standards set by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) and is a Tier 2 Accredited Practice*. It is also an Approved Training Centre for Veterinary Nurses.
The surgery is open: Monday – Friday 9.00 am – 6.00 pm, Saturday 9.00 am – 12.00 noon - Consultations are by appointment, and we always encourage clients to see the same veterinary surgeon wherever possible as this enables us to provide continuity of care.