We understand that your pet is a very special member of your family and our aim is to offer a friendly, caring and compassionate professional service for our patients throughout their life.
We practice Fear Free Veterinary Visits. What do we mean when we say that a veterinary visit is Fear Free?
We are taking lots of measures to make every effort to reduce any fear, anxiety and stress related to our veterinary examinations and procedures.
We want you and your pet to have the best and most enjoyable experience that we possibly can by taking care of their emotional needs as well as their medical ones. Click Here For More About Fear Free
We are extremely proud to be an ISFM Gold Standard Cat Friendly Clinic. Under this rigorous program we have proven to have facilities, standards and attitudes to reduce stress in our feline patients. Click Here For More About Cat Friendly Advice
Our equine facilities include stables and paddocks on site as well as the usual visiting service.
The practice has been successfully serving the local farming community for decades. We are proud of our working relationship with our farming clients which has been enhanced by our in depth understanding and involvement in preventative health schemes.
We are very proud to announce that we able to offer our patients Therapeutic Laser Therapy.
This is a non invasive, pain free, drug free method of treating painful or inflammatory conditions such as osteoarthritis, back pain, hip and elbow dysplasia. It also treats wounds and infections.
Please read on and watch our videos to see how we are using this amazing treatment to help our patients.
Below are just a small selection of services we offer.
It is important to us that we provide the best treatment and care of all of our animal patients. We look after all our patients as if they were are own. In order to do this we continually invest in the most up to date equipment and facilities making us proud to be a top class first opinion practice.
We have modified how we are doing it but we are able to do it.
We have altered the way we do things at the practice in order to keep us humans safe but still allow us to treat your animals, read on to find out what we are doing.
As of 14th April 2020 there are updated guidelines on primary and booster vaccinations for dogs, cats and rabbits