Get advice on how to keep your pet safe this fireworks season with a Free Nurse Consultation
- RCVS Accredited Practice
- Consultations available six days a week
- Only our own vets will see your pet during the day or out of hours
- Free nursing pet health clinics
- Free weight clinics
- Gold Standard anaesthetics
- Non-invasive anaesthetic monitoring
- Ultrasound and Digital Radiography
- ECG, blood pressure monitoring
- In-house laboratory testing
Our experienced and enthusiastic nurses have their own clinics in which they offer a variety of consultations including general health checks, post operative checks, removal of stitches, weight checks and puppy checks, clipping nails, expressing anal glands and microchipping.
They are also available for advice on puppy and kitten health checks, vaccinations, flea and worm treatment, training and behaviour, neutering, dental care and microchipping.
Physiotherapy can be crucial in the recovery of injuries and operations; it concerns the promotion of mobility, functional ability, quality of life and movement potential through manipulation. We have a qualified animal Physiotherapist and a physiotherapy Veterinary Nurse, who work together to provide treatment for a range of conditions including post operative care in orthopaedic cases, arthritic dogs, nerve injuries, muscle injuries and many more. For more information please contact the surgery.
Acupuncture is an alternative method of treatment that involves the insertion of needles into specific points on the body to cause a desired healing effect. One of our Veterinary Surgeons and directors, James Russell, has a keen interest in acupuncture and provides pre arranged appointments during which this can be performed. For more information please contact the surgery.
In addition to our Veterinary Surgery we have an established Cattery at our Overdale Surgery in Buxton. We have 7 modern, clean, hygienic kennels; large enough for two family cats to live comfortably together. We have incorporated raised levels into the kennels to enable the residents to keep active and stretch their legs. As owners you have the peace of mind that your cats care is in good hands with vets and nurses just downstairs.