Our team of highly dedicated and experienced veterinary surgeons and vet nurses are devoted to your pet’s wellbeing. We are passionate about animals care. We all have our own pets and work hard to provide the same service to you that we would want for our own much-loved animals.
At our surgeries we provide continuity of care, working with you to provide effective and high quality treatment. From routine vaccinations through to surgical consultations, we build client relationships that support you. And whatever medications you need, our on-site dispensary will be able to provide them.
You and your pet benefit from our comprehensive services:
- Continuity of care
- Access to emergency and out of hours care
- Home visits
- Pet passports
- End-of-life care and support
Across our surgeries we have a wide range of facilities including:
With up to date anaesthetic machines, which allow anaesthesia with a high safety margin to be performed on all sizes of patient from hamsters to Great Danes.
Our facilities at Alnwick and Morpeth branches have individual kennels which are warm, clean and secure. They are positioned so that patients can be observed frequently but does allow us to separate our dogs, cats and small furries. They also include isolation kennels for potentially infectious patients, minimising the risk to other pets.
X-ray machines are located at most centres, to allow rapid production and interpretation of radiographic plates. Please ask the vet if you would like to see your pet’s X-rays.
Ultrasound is frequently used to help with the diagnosis of internal problems as well as the more usual pregnancy diagnosis. More advanced ultrasound investigation is performed at our Morpeth and Alnwick surgeries.
These are very helpful in the correct diagnosis and treatment of heart disease, and can help save lives in conjunction with fast treatment.
This allows us to investigate internal problems in the respiratory and gastrointestinal tracts, without invasive surgery.
Facilities are available at all surgeries. Peri-odontal disease affects over 80% of dogs and cats, and dental work forms a significant part of our work load.
Our facilities are up to date and give rapid results, which helps with a speedy diagnosis for your pet. Some tests still have to be done by outside laboratories, but are usually faxed to us within 48-hours.