What we do
Routine Pet Services
We strongly recommend that all dogs, cats and rabbits which go into a public area or mix with other animals be vaccinated annually to protect them from the major infectious viral diseases.
‘Identichip’ is a tiny microchip with an identification code unique to you and your pet. There are various other criteria you must meet before taking your pet abroad.
For most owners the fact that your pet will not be responsible for a litter of potentially unwanted puppies or kittens is the main reason for neutering. The benefits also range from correcting behavioural issues to lowering the risk of fatal cancers.
ANNUAL PEACE OF MIND
Our Premier Health Plan for Dogs & Cats
Membership costs as little as £15 a month paid by a simple monthly Direct Debit. Annual savings on the plan range from £56 – £200.
HOW TO JOIN?
Download our application form and hand in at the Practice or email to email@example.com and we will contact you. Alternatively, you can speak to one of our team who will complete a form with you. Please note you will need to provide your Bank details for the Direct Debit
During your puppy’s first 16 weeks, it is essential that they are exposed to a wide range of positive, new experiences. A well socialised puppy is more likely to grow up to be a friendly and outgoing dog.
Dogs that have not been socialised can suffer from anxiety, fear and can develop behavioural problems.
We use the safest and most up-to-date anesthetic agents and equipment, you can be confident that your pet is in good hands before, during and after any procedure.
Your pet will be admitted by a Vet who will carry out a general health check. The Vet will go through the consent form with you and answer any questions you may have about the procedure and costs.
We ask most of our clients and all new clients to kindly pay for any treatment at the time of the appointment. We can print a detailed statement listing all items charged and our admin team are available should you have any queries.