COVID UPDATE – We are currently seeing essential appointments only whereas non-essential appointments may be delayed.
If mutually agreeable, subject to face coverings being worn, no clinical signs of COVID and the type of appointment, consultations will be carried out inside the building. In order to maintain social distance we have a maximum occupancy level policy and thank you for your patience whilst waiting. We kindly request only one member of the family attends and where possible aim to get for us at the correct time for your appointment to avoid ongoing delays.
Please be aware that as from 18th January due to altered working practices we intend on closing at 6pm for the foreseeable future and will keep this under review until current lock down rules change. Our full list of opening hours can be found here
For repeat medication requests, please order in advance as usual by telephoning us on 01458 832972 or emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You will be requested to pay prior to collection and our reception team will provide you with further instructions as appropriate.
If you are shielding or self-isolating and require repeat medication or veterinary advice please contact us on 01458 832972.
Owning a pet is great fun and rewarding but it’s also a massive responsibility.
We’ve created some useful hints and tips for caring for your pet that you can access as and when your pet’s life stage or circumstances change. As well as advice on general care, you’ll find information on: general anaesthetics, pre-surgery advice, neutering and pain management, plus many other topics.
And, of course, there’s no substitute for getting professional advice specifically for your own personal circumstances. So, if you need any extra advice, remember our professional team are always available to help so do contact us for further advice.
Disclaimer: As far as possible we have taken all due care to ensure that the information and advice given here is correct. It must, however, be understood that advice can differ in different circumstances. We can therefore accept no responsibility for errors and always suggest seeking direct, professional advice whenever there is any doubt.