Home visits are available at any time but please telephone early in the day where possible. House visits do take much longer than a consultation at the surgery, and are therefore more expensive. For a more thorough examination and often more speedy service, it is generally better to bring your pet into one of the surgeries where the necessary equipment and drugs are available. This is particularly true for road traffic accidents, when prompt attention can often be life saving.
If you have any questions or want further information on any of our services, please do not hesitate to contact us. If you have an emergency, please call us using the branch phone numbers shown at the top of every page. You can use either the details available on the surgery/branch information pages or the form below to email us.
If you would like to register yourself and your pets details online so that when you go to the practice there are no forms to fill out then you can now register online. Once we receive your information we will register you on our practice system for both our branches.
Help and Advice
We get a lot of requests for advice on common animal and pet issues such as vaccination, castration and general well-being. We have now put on our website a great deal of information to help you make the right decisions; you can find it in the help and advice section.