COVID 19 UPDATE – We have started inviting clients back into the practice however in order to maintain social distancing we are allowing just 4 clients/visitors in, at any one time. When numbers are reached, you may be offered a pager/buzzer as an alternative and asked to wait outside. Face coverings are required and if you do not have your own, they can be purchased from us. Do let us know if you suffer from any conditions that makes you exempt from wearing one.
We kindly request only one member of the family attends, where possible and aim to get for us at the correct time for your appointment to avoid ongoing delays.
Our standard opening hours are back to normal and can be found here
DO NOT COME TO THE SURGERY IF YOU ARE DEMONSTRATING CLINICAL SIGNS OF COVID-19! Thank you once again for your patience.
In short, we are a fully independent practice, not governed by corporate policy and will do everything we can to make your pet, and you, feel at home.
Our team of vets and nurses keep up to date with the latest knowledge and skills required to run a modern veterinary practice. We are able to offer impartial advice on a wide range of subjects, much of it free, including vaccinations, neutering, behaviour and diet to name a few.
We have ample free on-site parking, our bright comfortable waiting area ensures that your pet has space to relax and our four consulting rooms keep waiting times to a minimum. We will never rush consultations and will make sure that you and your pet get all the time that you need.
Unlike many practices, we have our own in-house laboratory, physiotherapist, dedicated sterile operating theatres and state of the art diagnostic equipment. This reduces the need for unnecessary, stressful journeys for your pet and ensures that you always deal with staff that you trust throughout your pet’s treatment.
Should your pet have to stay with us, they will receive individual care by our vets and nurses while our friendly reception team will put your mind at ease. We have separate wards for cats and dogs to avoid ‘inter-species conflict’ and within each ward all kennels face forward to avoid confrontational staring matches between patients.