Our experienced veterinary nurses work with you to keep your pets fit and healthy so they can live fuller, longer lives. At our dedicated nurse clinics, we run regular check-ups and preventative treatments that also make good financial sense for pet owners – prevention is always cheaper than cure!
And while our nurses are highly qualified, they will always refer you to a vet if necessary.
Below is a list of our clinics, but call us to find out how our nurses can help you with other issues including:
- Microchipping information and implantation.
- Healthy Pet Club six month checks.
- Administering medications.
Nurse clinics are available Monday to Friday on an appointment basis. Please contact us to check the most up to date price and to book your pet in for an appointment.
Dental care clinic
Keep your pet’s teeth and gums in top condition and you won’t face the pain of dental operations or the costs of veterinary cleaning or removal of damaged teeth. Research has shown that by the age of two, around 80% of dogs and 70% of cats will have some signs of dental disease – don’t let your pet be one of them!
Learn how to brush teeth, the best products to use and the best diet for your pet’s teeth at their life stage at our dental care clinic.
Weight management clinics
These specialist weight clinics give advice on the best way to tackle any issues, whether your pet is underweight or overweight. Obesity is an increasing problem in our pets and can lead to, or worsen, many health problems such as arthritis, diabetes and heart conditions.
We know managing our pets’ weight can be challenging, so we provide regular weight checks and discuss different ways to help reduce or maintain your pet’s weight, such as exercise.
Adolescent (pre-neutering) checks clinic
When your dog or cat is six months old, we like to bring them in for a fun session that helps them get used to being at the vet and also checks their growth and general wellbeing.
When they come along, we’ll get them used to having their paws and ears played with and have a look at:
- Flea and worm control
Post-operative care clinic
Following veterinary procedures involving a general anaesthetic or sedation, your pet will need a post-operative nurse clinic with lots of TLC. These clinics are your reassure that:
- Wounds are healing correctly
- Stiches have been removed safely and dressings changed correctly
- Any dental work, especially extractions, are looking good
- In overall terms, your pet has recovered well from the procedure.
We’ll also talk to you about any aftercare you can do, such as preventative care following veterinary dental work.
Post-op checks are included in the cost of all operations.
Fleas, ticks and worming treatments
Prevention is definitely cheaper than cure when it comes to flea, tick and worm treatments. But there are so many different brands that do different things and often need to be administered differently. Which one is right for your pet and how often do you need to use them?
In our specialist clinics, we’ll talk you through all the options and demonstrate the cheap, easy way to remove ticks should your pet ever get one.
Giving your pet regular flea and worm treatment is important for you, your pet and the environment. Get some expert advice today.
If your pet has a skin complaint, be it ongoing, seasonal or acute, you will be referred to see the veterinary surgeons.
Should a more thorough examination be needed, we may need to get a skin sample from your pet.
We understand that bringing your pet in for neutering can be quite worrying. All our nurses can provide advice on neutering and discuss the benefits with you. We can also go through with you what the procedure involves and help discuss aftercare, so you can sure it is absolutely the best option for your pet.
During adolescence and after neutering, our pets often require a change in diet to maintain their body condition; we’ll talk to you about that, too.
Anal sac expression
Our nurses will help your pet feel more comfortable by emptying anal sacs. Any infections or unusual bottoms are referred to the vet for further treatment.
Palliative care is becoming more important in our patients. As our pets live longer and we diagnose illness earlier, there are some cases where we cannot cure but we can make your pet live more comfortably for the time they have. Our nursing team understands and will help you deal with this difficult time.
Some pets may need their nails trimmed if they are not wearing down normally. Our nurses can keep your pets’ paws in good shape with nail clipping.