Referrals

We may advise that we refer you and your pet to a Referral Centre to see a specialist. We pride ourselves on having close working relationships with all the best specialists so that we can make sure we get the best possible care for your pet during these sometimes stressful and worrying times. Examples of when we might refer are:

  • MRI or CT scans
  • Specialist ophthalmology
  • Complicated orthopaedic cases
  • Specialist soft tissue surgery
  • Complicated neurology cases

We shall always discuss costs and options with you before we refer.

Second Opinions

We’re happy to see second opinions and for you to seek a second opinion if you wish. If you wish us to give a second opinion then we shall request your pet’s notes from your previous vet, give you our opinion and offer to send your notes back to your previous vet. It is up to you whether you wish us to do so. If you request a second opinion after seeing us then we shall transfer your full notes to the new vet with your consent.

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