Puppy and kitten health checks and vaccination courses
Internal and external parasite management (e.g. fleas, intestinal worms)
Treatment for skin conditions, allergies and ear infections
Examination of lumps and bumps, and removal of smaller lumps under local anaesthetic
Nutritional management and weight management plans
Full diagnostic pathology
Nail trimming and expressing anal glands
Cartrophen injections for arthritis
A broad range of veterinary product supplies
Animal taxi service available
We are equipped to treat wounds and perform any procedure that can be undertaken with sedation and local anaesthetic.
There are certain situations where it is best for your pet to head straight into the Veterinary Surgery, and we can assist you in transportation.
These may include intractable vomiting and diarrhoea, breathing problems, tick paralysis or snake bite, road traffic accidents, constipation or difficulty urinating, birthing complications, a painful swollen abdomen and collapse/seizures.
If your pet is really unwell or needs a general anaesthetic, radiographs, oxygen therapy and intensive care or hospitalisation, they are better off coming straight to our Veterinary Surgery where they will be closely monitored by our veterinary team throughout the day.