Detailed below are the clinics available. We have appointment times daily with exception to a Wednesday. Throughout the week we offer a variety of times ranging from early morning to evening to try and suit your needs. If there is only a certain time you can come, please ask and we will do our best to accommodate you.
Nurse clinics are only performed by Registered Veterinary Nurses.
Please call for an appointment with one of our Registered Nurses.
Puppy and Kitten clinics
Getting a new puppy or kitten is very exciting and we as a practice offer a lot for you and your new addition. During a puppy and kitten clinic we will discuss toilet training, crating, Feeding, Worming, Fleas, ID chipping, Vaccines, Insurance, Exercise, Handling, Grooming, Dental care, Socialisation, and the pet health club we run. We also give four weeks free insurance and a new puppy or kitten pack with lots of information to take away.
We also run our very special puppy parties
which are lots of fun for both puppies and owners.
2nd vaccination Clinics
Puppies must be over 10 weeks of age and/or 2-4 weeks since first vaccine.
Kittens must be 12 weeks of age and/or 3-4 weeks since first vaccine.
If all was well after the first vaccination a nurse will do the second vaccination, this enables us to help you with any queries you may have regarding your puppy or kitten and we can id chip them at the same time.
Weigh and Worm Clinics
We aim to see puppies and kittens every month until 6 months of age and then every 3 months. We do a weight check to make sure your pet is gaining weight and any adult dogs are at the correct weight. We will then advise you on the correct worming
and flea product
for your pet.
Post op checks
Check over including wound.
During this clinic we will weigh your pet, discuss feeding, flea worm treatment, tooth brushing, socialisation and neutering.
6 months post neutering
We do a weight check on your pet and discuss and problems concerns.
Dental and 3 months post dental checks
We have a good check over your pets teeth and gums, and then discuss preventative dental care and any treatment required.
We weigh your pet and look at ways in which to either help your pet lose weight or in some circumstances gain weight. Each pet is individual and breed weight guidelines are only a guide an assessment by a nurse can give you a better idea if your pets weight is accurate.
Each diabetic patient has its own case Veterinary Surgeon and Registered Veterinary Nurse. After initial stabilisation diabetic checks are usually performed by a Registered Veterinary Nurse with any problems/dose adjustments discussed with the case Veterinary Surgeon. The frequency of diabetic checks vary depending on how stable the patient is. During the clinic a history is taken and a blood glucose measurement. The clinics are usually carried out mid afternoon between 1.30pm – 3.00pm depending on what time the glucose nadir is expected.