Pet health – the vital services we provide
Your pet’s health is our main priority. That’s why we strive to provide you with a consistent and dedicated service that will prove vital to the wellbeing of your loved one.
Young pet vaccinations
Having your pet vaccinated early in their life is vital to protect them from a huge variety of illnesses.
Puppies should receive their first vaccination between eight and 10 weeks of age, and their second two weeks later.
Kittens should receive their first vaccination around nine to 10 weeks of age, and their second three weeks later.
Rabbits should be protected with a vaccination from five weeks of age. This vaccination can be administered with a single shot.
Your animals will then require a regular series of vaccinations as they grow older, usually at annual intervals, to ensure they remain safe and healthy throughout their life.
Even if your pet seems fit as a fiddle, we recommend you bring them to us annually so we can give them a clean bill of health.
A standard examination of your pet will check for underlying health conditions, such as digestive, skin or eye problems.
Many of these issues may not be immediately apparent, so we ask you to bring your pet to us for your peace of mind and to maintain your pet’s overall health.
If we do encounter any problems with your pet’s health, we’ll let you know in clear and concise terms, and tell you how those problems will be fixed.
If your pet is in need of a surgical operation, don’t worry – we can give them exemplary surgical care onsite.
Our dedicated team will work for as long as is needed to be precise and professional in looking after your pet and will make sure your mind is put at ease both before and after any surgical procedure.
For more information on some of the equipment which may be used during a surgical procedure, please consult our specialist services page.
To experience the best in pet health, get in touch on 01942 242464 or visit our practice