We use the latest equipment and techniques to ensure that every pet is cared for the best way possible.
Home veterinary care
made simple affordable honestly suited for you.
Friendly, caring treatment for pets
All ages are loved and appreciated
Also, as good practice, we focus on prevention just as much as on treatment to avoid problems, and to pick up on little signs of abnormalities on time.
We have health plans and packs any age group can benefit from – from regular or senior health plans to puppy/kitten packs. With these, for a reduced overall price, you can provide the best start in life for your little rascals, and then regular check ups to keep an eye on the health of your adult or older animals.
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Does your dog have sore ears or itchy skin? Does your cat have problems peeing? Is your old animal coughing a lot recently? Has your old cat got skinny and hyperactive? We are here for you to help. While these symptoms all sound suggestive, you can rest assured, we will not jump to conclusions. The vet’s job is not to look at your animal and instantly tell you what the problem is – but we have to know how to find out. Open discussion of possible causes of illness, options for diagnostics and treatment, basically, involving you in the whole process of your pet’s healing is key to success.
It is not about giving you a bottle of medication with no explanation (which, I am sure, you have experienced before at the vets, or at your doctor’s office). You will always know our thought process, what our recommendations are and why. You are not left alone in this situation, always welcome to ask, but similarly, we would also like to stay in the loop, and for you to keep us up to date on your pet’s progress. Our care does not end when we walk out your door.
As opposed to some other mobile vets we do not offer end of life service or euthanasia as a first line treatment, but only offer this service for existing clients that have gone through a work-up with us, so that we have a clear picture of what the problem is and what treatment options are, and having considered all options we have come to an informed conclusion that euthanasia is indeed in the animal’s best interest
- Flea and worm treatments
- General health consultations
- Nail clipping
- Anal gland expressions
- Skin, ear/eye problems
- Minor wound management that does not require general anaesthesia
- Checks and fine needle aspiration of lumps
- Basic orthopaedic workup
- Weight management advice
- Puppy packs
- Senior pets (regular extra tests like bloodwork, blood pressure tests, blood sugar, eye pressure checks)
- Blood and other diagnostic laboratory tests
- Internal medicine
Can have various applications, like pregnancy scans, looking for stones in the urinary tract, foreign bodies, or any abnormality in the abdomen like tumors, intestinal obstructions, abscesses.
Makes it easier and safer to visualise the ear canal, gives a clearer picture that the owner can also see!