Nurse Clinics enable clients to get advice on a range of things involved with pet care and health from our experienced nurses, without the necessity of booking an appointment with a vet.
The nurse can often spend more time with clients than the vet is able to, so you can ask more questions about any aspects of caring for your pet.
However should the need for seeing a vet be identified at any point this would be recommended by the nurse.
Behaviour clinics £19.70:
We can help discuss behavioural issues, what might be the cause of it, and what you can do to manage the issue
We may recommend a check up with the vet in case it stems from a medical issue such as pain or to see a qualified behaviourist that can come to your home to better help you
We can help you with problems such as:
Types of aggression: food aggression or fear-aggression
Senior Wellness Clinic £91.84: includes a blood test
If your pet is a bit on the older side but otherwise healthy and well, we recommend a yearly wellness check
This includes a general health check and a blood test
If the results are normal, a nurse will contact you with the results after a vet has checked them.
If something shows up on the results, a vet may contact you to discuss the next steps such as collecting a urine sample (this will be an additional fee)
This may include booking in a consult with a vet (this will be an additional fee)
Diabetic and Hyperthyroid clinic £11.65:
If your pet is newly diagnosed and you are feeling over-whelmed or confused, then this is the clinic for you
We will help educate you on your pet’s condition for a better understanding of what it is and what it means for you and your pet going forward
We can also help show and teach you how to give their medication confidently such as giving injections or tablets at home
Nutrition and weight clinic £11.65:
We can help monitor you pets weight to ensure they stay within their ideal, healthy weight
We can also help if your pet is already under or overweight including helping you chose the right food
This can be crucial to ensure a long, healthy, and happy life for your pet
If you want general information about what to feed your pet, then we are here to help
Dental clinic £11.65:
General dental health is crucial for your pet and reduces the need for a general anaesthetic for a dental.
We can provide information on:
How best to care for your pet’s teeth
Show you how to clean their teeth if they allow us!
The best products to use that will fit in with your busy schedule and what your pet will tolerate whilst ensuring the best care for their teeth
This is ideal for puppies and kittens. We will discuss anything from toilet training to diet and neutering.
This is an ideal clinic for owners with first-time kittens or puppies who may have a lot of questions or may be feeling a bit overwhelmed.
End of life clinic-Free:
Your pet becomes part of your family, so it is understandable that saying goodbye to your pet can be heart-breaking as well as overwhelming.
This clinic allows you to have a chat with a nurse on what to expect when the time comes to say goodbye.
We can tell you about the different options available to you, what will happen when you decide it is time to say goodbye and answer any questions you may have
This will allow you to feel more prepared when it is time so you will not feel so overwhelmed on the day. This way, you can focus on saying goodbye without worrying about what is going to happen next or what you need to do.