Consultations

Consultations are by appointment. Our consulting time is 15 minutes but we understand that sometimes you need more time.

To help keep surgery running on time we ask that you arrive five minutes before your appointment and report to reception, especially if it’s your first visit and we need to register your details.

All patients are weighed and given a full clinical examination. During the consultation we will take your pet’s medical history, discuss possible treatments or further tests and costs.

If you or your pet are particularly nervous about coming to the vet, please let us know so that we can try to see you at a quieter time. If you are unable to bring your pet yourself, please tell us in advance as it is legal requirement for us to have your consent before we can treat your pet.

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What To Do If Your Pet Has A Tummy Upset

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Common Problems To Look For in Your Pets Eyes and Ears

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Taking care of your pet's teeth and gums

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You Are What You Eat - Pet Diet and Weight Management

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