Consultation. Advice. Pharmacy. Delivery
By your side through any emergency
Sometimes you just need advice and reassurance from someone who knows what they’re talking about. Whether you’re away from home, have an emergency, can’t reach your usual vet or aren’t signed up to a practice right now, we've got your back.
There for you when you need us most
Our experienced vets are available from 8am to 11pm to provide exceptional support and advice for you and your pet, ensuring that you never have to worry about finding great veterinary care whether you're at home or on the go.
How does it work?
• Book a virtual consultation with one of our friendly vets.
• We can assess your pet on a video call and offer compassionate support and advice.
• Pay at the end of your pet’s appointment with a credit or debit card.
We all know how stressful it is to take your cat to the vets or the cattery: stressful for you and stressful for them …. but there is help here to make it less so for both of you! Making visits better begins with having the right type of cat carrier - even if that means changing the current one if it is hated or feared. With time and a little patience, you can help your cat to like a new carrier.
Cleaning and treating your pet’s ears
It's rarely your pet's idea of fun, but cleaning and treating cats' and dogs' ears is a skill we may need to acquire. We look at what you need to know to succeed.
"Breeding like rabbits" - that phrase was coined for a reason! Well-known for their ability to rapidly increase numbers, those two cute bundles of fluff you brought home can quickly turn into dozens, even hundreds, of rabbits if not neutered. Neutering also has health and behavioural benefits for the individual. Our Lead Veterinary Surgeon has a Certificate in Zoological Medicine (Exotic Pets) and looks at the subject in depth.
GDV in the dog: a twist in the tale
A twisted stomach, which vets call Gastric Dilatation and Volvulus (GDV), is a potentially life-threatening condition that can progress very quickly. Urgent veterinary care is needed to ensure your pet has the best chance of survival. We look at what you need to know to understand the condition and spot the signs promptly.
Bladder stones in dogs
Dogs can suffer from bladder problems if crystals develop in their urine and these crystals clump together to form stones within the bladder. We look at why this happens and what can be done about it.