WHAT WE OFFER
We provide routine dog, cat and other small animal’s vaccinations, including yearly boosters and starter courses for young and rehomed pets.
Microchipping is a legal requirement for all dogs over the age of eight weeks and from 10th June 2024 for all cats over the age of twenty weeks. We also provide microchipping for other small animals.
Fleas, ticks and worms
We can advise on the best products and routines to keep your pet healthy, happy and free from pests.
Castration and spaying for your pet, as well as advice on when and why to perform them.
Travel advice, documentation and preparation to ensure you and your pet can travel safely.
We offer dental procedures and x-rays at both surgeries. All dental work requires a general anaesthetic and your pet will stay with us for the day.
Both surgeries have digital xray machines. Pictures are instant so we can discuss results the same day.
We have a small in-house lab enabling for quick results, more complex testing is carried out at our chosen external laboratory.
We offer ultrasound scanning and often this can be done on conscious animals. We can scan a range of areas including cardiac and pregnancy scans.
Our clinical director, Catherine, is a small animal surgery certificate holder and carries out much of our orthopaedic surgeries.
If your pet needs a second opinion, then we are happy to arrange a referral for you with a specialist.
We offer one to one session for patients post-operatively and for those who could benefit from physio because of injury or disease.
Our separate dog and cat kennel areas are supervised by our qualified nurses who ensure the comfort and well being of all hospitalised animals.
We offer a wide range of clinics with our registered and students nurses.
End of life
We know how difficult it is to lose a pet, and are here to help you through the process with compassion and understanding.