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Nurse Clinics

Having qualified and trainee Veterinary Nurses who between them have a wealth of knowledge and experience, allows us to run a number of clinics to help and support our clients with the care of their pets.

The majority of advice relates to preventative care and keeping your pet in the ideal condition. Apart from helping your pet, a nurse consultation can also help you, as a number of these clinics are free of charge or have a reduced fee compared to that of an appointment with a veterinary surgeon!

Nurse appointments can be made for some general check ups, clipping nails and administering of medication – we also recommend them for routine wound checks and suture removal; dressing checks and changes, and post dental checks.

In addition our Veterinary Nurses offer the following clinics:

Puppy & Kitten Clinics (free)

Come along for a Peace of Mind appointment which can be booked anytime after you have collected t

he new addition to your family. During this appointment one of our nurses will discuss a range of topics that you will find helpful and please ask any questions you may have so that you can become a confident pet owner.

Adolescent Clinics (free)

These appointments are booked to follow on from once the primary vaccination course is complete and help you through the next stage of your pet's growth and development.  The first and second adolescent appointments run at monthly intervals following their vaccination course.

Weight Clinics (free)

Let us help you to maintain a healthy body weight for your pet, where we will assess your pets body score, condition and measurements before recommending an individually tailored programme of exercise and diet.

Golden Oldies (free) for cats aged 11 years or over

Appointments for senior cats including a questionnaire, blood pressure reading, weight check and urine analysis.  

As our pets get older a number of conditions can develop. The aim of these checks is to catch any disease process or ageing changes as early as possible before any overt clinical symptoms may have arisen. This allows us to treat or support a patient at the earliest stage of a problem.