Consultations can be arranged to take place at our central surgery in Newport or conveniently in your own home.
Our central surgery boasts ample parking and longer than average appointments (15 minutes as standard), this gives us plenty of time to thoroughly examine your pet and talk to you about your concerns.
We offer a variety of nurse-led clinics such as PetFit Club for weight management clinics, laser therapy clinics for laser treatment courses and post-operative checks after their operations.
Our highly qualified nurses are here to help with any queries.
Yearly vaccinations for your cats, dogs and rabbits are essential to keep them protected from infectious and potentially fatal diseases. We offer competitive prices, plus a free annual health check is always performed alongside vaccinations, aiding us to identify illnesses early. Additional savings can be made with certain vaccinations carried out at home for three or more pets.
We offer primary (juvenile) vaccination courses for puppies and kittens to avoid them developing serious illnesses when they are the most vulnerable. It is important to keep your puppy or kitten away from other animals until completion of their inoculations (vaccines).
Rabbits also require annual vaccinations against myxomatosis and Rabbit Viral Haemorrhagic Disease (VHD) which we can perform whilst providing a free annual rabbit health check.
Additional vaccinations such as kennel cough vaccine may be required if you are planning to put your dog or cat into kennels or a cattery. Please check with the boarding facility for the vaccinations required. Rabies vaccinations and pet passport service are available if travel abroad is intended with your pets. Please contact for more details.
Both kennels and catteries now require up-to-date vaccination certificates and therefore it is important to maintain updated vaccination records.
Please note - Vaccination prices differ between home visits and those performed at the surgery.
Did you know that that it is illegal not to have your dog microchipped?
It's also important to ensure your dog is microchipped for peace of mind. If they get lost, stolen, escape from your garden or stray – a microchip allows them to be identified as belonging to you and confirms where your dog lives.
A microchip is a tiny electronic chip which is slightly bigger than a grain of rice and permanently identifies your pet. The chip is implanted under the skin between the shoulder blades in a quick and simple manner.
We then enter your contact and pet details onto a national database. Should they get lost, this can be quickly accessed to re-unite them with you.
Don't forget to update your database record if you move or change your contact details!
We offer peaceful euthanasia at our base surgery. We understand how difficult the decision to say goodbye can be and our supportive staff can help guide you through this process.
Euthanasia can take place in our surgery or arranged in your own home. Whichever option that you feel is suited to you and your pet, we are here to lend a helping hand.
We will look after the care of your pet's body as you wish and can discuss the options with you for either an individual or communal cremation.
Travel with your pets can be a great experience and we are qualified to issue pet passports and offer important travel advice.
It is essential that you start preparations for your pet's travel several months ahead - please don't leave it to the last minute as you may not be able to travel!
There are many requirements, including microchipping, vaccinations and records that must be completed before a pet passport can be issued.
Once we leave the EU the requirements for pet travel may change - please visit www.gov.uk for the most up-to-date advice.
Please contact us for more information on pet travel.