We offer all the services you’d expect from a modern and well equipped veterinary practice. Find out a little bit more about what we can do to keep your pets fit and healthy!


If your pet isn’t well, we’re here to find out what’s wrong as quickly and accurately as possible. Whether that means running blood and urine tests in our own lab, taking x-rays or using specialist camera equipment to see inside your pet, we do everything it takes to get to the source of the problem – and fix it.


As you’d expect, our clinics are fully equipped to ensure that we can provide the treatment your pet needs. Whether surgical or medical treatment is required, we ensure your pet receives the best care possible. Our experienced veterinary and nursing team are here to help every step of the way.

Dental Treatments

Don’t forget that vets are dentists too! Most people go for a check-up once a year, and the same should be too for our pets. Most pets will need dental treatment during their lifetime and bad breath, sore gums or discoloured teeth are all signs that some attention is needed. We’re here to help your pets with a full range of dental treatments to ensure they stay healthy.


Sometimes your pets will need to be monitored and treated at the practice over several hours, or occasionally several days. We have the advantage of offering a complete hospitalisation service which ensures we can give your pet constant care if required. We know it’s no fun for your pet to be away from home, but we do everything we can to ensure that they have a comfortable time with us.

We also offer several services which you might not have seen at other vets before!


We know that needles sound scary, but acupuncture is a really effective way to alleviate pain and improve recovery. It can be used to treat a variety of illnesses where there is pain or inflammation. It’s a very safe treatment and, surprisingly, is tolerated very well by most pets. Some even seem to find it relaxing! Acupuncture has been shown to have a positive effect on a number of conditions, including after surgery, in arthritis, spinal problems, muscle strains, gastrointestinal disease, epilepsy, and even urinary disorders.

Laser Therapy

Did you know that lasers can be used to help many common problems in our pets? We find many clients opt to use laser treatment to improve the healing time for wounds, or to treat conditions like joint pain and arthritis.