Qualified veterinary nurses; because pets deserve the best supportive care.

Veterinary nurses play a varied and vital role in the provision of care for our patients and as such, all of our vet nurses are qualified and registered with the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons.  Having undergone rigorous training and examination, you can have confidence in the excellent care they provide and the advice that they give.

If you have a question on your pet’s health, our nurses might be the best people to talk to.  Providing a range of advice and procedural consultations which are free of charge, our nurses can advise you in a range of areas including parasite treatments, dental health, diabetes and dietary advice.

Our nurses can provide the following services :

  • Puppy/Kitten clinic
  • Geriatric clinic
  • Selected Vaccinations
  • Weight Clinic
  • 6 Month FOC Flea Check
  • Post Operative Check
  • Remove Stitches
  • Dental Check
  • Nail Clipping
  • Anal Glands Expressing
  • Microchipping
  • Tick Removal
  • Blood Sampling (Vet Advised)
  • Bandaging
  • Desensitisation

Puppy and kitten clinics

 Puppies and kittens develop rapidly in their first few months, and getting off to a healthy start gives them the best chance of health in adulthood.  When puppies and kittens are vaccinated with us our nurses offer free puppy and kitten checks where they track weight and development and can advise on matters such as parasites, diet, neutering and behaviour.

Geriatric clinics

There are certain conditions associated with life’s later years that if picked up early can be more effectively treated.  So we offer all pets over the age of 7 a free nurse consultation, a chance for us to check in with an elderly pet’s health and behaviour.  By evaluating their lifestyle and behaviour patterns and listening to an owner’s concerns, our nurses can help identify any problems that arise, early, for the best chance of treating them.

Book now for one of our Nurse clinics