Vaccination & routine procedures:
•Dog full course – £35
•Dog booster – £25 (Lepto 2 as standard; Lepto 4 available if required but will incur a £2.40 surcharge).
•Dog kennel cough – £20
•Puppy pack – £55 – Full course of vaccines, ID chip & 1 month of flea & worming treatment.
•Cat full course – £40
•Cat booster – £27.50
•Dog / cat Rabies – £30
•Pet passport – £80
•Rabbit combined Myxo / RDH – £35
•Rabbit combined Myxo / RHD & RHD-2 – £45 (more info)
•Nail clipping – £15.70
•Anal gland expression – £10
Get 50% off your full course when you join our practice health plan with your new puppy or kitten. Also includes ID chip, flea & worming , kennel cough vaccine for dogs and 10% off in house products, services & treatment.
Microchip (we only use mini chips) – £13 – (now registered with a database that allows new owners to change the chip into their details free of charge).
Scan animal to check chip no. – free
Flea and worming:
Weight checks – free
We will usually need to weigh your pet before dispensing most products as they are prescription only – you won’t be charged a consultation fee (unless you have other problems that you want the vet to assess). If you already know your pets weight and know what you want then please call us for a price.
For dogs we recommend either a combined spot-on which covers fleas, mites + most worms including lungworm OR a combined tablet which covers most worms, fleas and also ticks.
For cats we recommend either a combined spot-on which covers fleas, mites + most worms (but not tapeworm) or for cats who hunt and kill a lot a spot on which covers all of the above but also ticks and tapeworm.
Please call us for advice on which product would be best suited for your pet, prices based on your pet’s weight or if you wish to order in a product which we do not routinely use.
Initial consultations for new conditions – £28.60
Repeat consultations and check-ups for ongoing treatment – £19.10 (requires 3 initial consultations at full price before this takes effect)
Please call or email us for neutering price estimates. We require your pet’s weight in kilograms to give you an exact price, but we can estimate from a guess or rough weight.
Your pet will receive pain relief before the surgery, pain relief to take home and an Elizabethan collar (cone of shame). If you would prefer to source your own collar or would like us to order you something different (e.g. inflatable collars) then please let us know when you book in.
All cats and male dogs can usually be neutered any time from around 5 months of age. Female dogs we usually prefer to have their first season and be neutered ~2 months after the end of this first season.
Soft tissue surgeries:
(e.g. lump removals, stitch-ups). We regret that we are not usually able to estimate for these surgeries without first seeing your pet. If we have not seen your pet please call us to arrange a consultation so that we can provide you with an estimate.
(e.g. amputations, cruciate repairs, patella luxation surgeries, fracture repairs). Again, we cannot usually provide an accurate estimate without first seeing you pet so please call us to arrange a consultation. Orthopaedic surgeries are carried out on site by orthopaedic surgeon David Strong. Click here to go to his website for more details.
Dog scale and polish (under general anaesthetic) – £120
Cat scale and polish (under general anaesthetic) – £90
Dental extractions – this will depend on which teeth need to be removed and how well attached they are. Teeth which can be removed simply by pulling them out will not cost you much on top of your scale and polish. Teeth with multiple roots which need to be split with a drill and removed in pieces or well attached canines which require extensive work to sever the ligaments holding them in will be more expensive.
You will not be charged for more than a scale and polish unless you have agreed to a price range beforehand or we have contacted you once the scale and polish has been performed to give you an accurate price based on exactly what needs to be done.
This will depend on how many x-ray views we need to take. Usually we will need to have seen your pet to tell you whether radiography will be of diagnostic use and how many different views we anticipate needing.
We can perform pregnancy diagnosis ultrasound scans on request and also use ultrasound as a diagnostic tool for some conditions.
Pregnancy diagnosis ultrasound – £68
We can also offer specialist ultrasonography on site through Ultrasound4Pets, including detailed abdominal scanning and cardiology. It is also possible to arrange endoscopy, rhinoscopy and other advanced procedures on site through this service which allows us to perform these procedures on site.
Written prescription (per item) – £15