Why use a mobile vet?
Our home visit service eliminates all of the problems associated with transporting your pet to the surgery, when he/she may be unwell or dislike travelling in the car. There is no long wait in a crowded waiting room, which can be difficult for anxious pets or for cats and small furries who may become distressed by the sounds of other animals. There is also no risk of your well pet coming to the surgery for vaccination, and coming into contact with other sick animals.
There are illnesses or behavioural problems in small animals that can be related to their home environment, and in these cases it is of a huge benefit for us to be able to see your pet in their own home to address these issues. This is especially useful for stress related cystitis in cats, and in hock pressure sores in rabbits.
If the time has come for you to say goodbye to your pet, we offer a compassionate at home service, where you will not be rushed during your decision or during the euthanasia process. We also offer individual cremation with your pet’s ashes returned personally to your door.
How to make a booking?You can book an appointment via our website, phone or email. We will confirm your booking within 24 hours and you will receive another message from us on the day of your appointment when we are on our way to your premises with an estimated time of arrival.
What are your opening times?
Monday 8.30am - 3.30pm (last appointment 3pm)
Tuesday 8.30am - 7.30pm (last appointment 7pm)
Wednesday 8.30am - 3.30pm (last appointment 3pm)
Thursday 8.30am - 3.30pm (last appointment 3pm)
Friday 8.30am - 12.30pm (last appointment 12noon)
We do not open weekends or bank holidays
Safety policyWe will contact you via text message or telephone shortly before we arrive at your premises, and kindly request that if possible dogs and cats are isolated in a room shortly prior to our visit.
We kindly ask that if your pet has shown any aggression towards strangers or veterinary staff previously, that you forewarn us before our visit. We also ask that nervous dogs who may be inclined to snap or bite be muzzled before our arrival. If you do not have a muzzle, please let us know and we can provide one on arrival.
We reserve the right to refuse treatment if an animal shows such aggression towards our staff that a visit becomes unsafe. We will then aid you with an alternative means to seek treatment for your pet.