Owning a pet is all about forming those lasting bonds of love, trust, and happiness. You love spending time with your pet, and your pet loves spending time with you. And, of course, those great times are even better when both of you are in good health.

This is where preventative care for your pet makes such a difference. You gain the peace of mind that comes from knowing your pet is fit, healthy, and loving life, and your pet gets timely treatments that actively preserve health, rather than reactively dealing with problems after they have already begun.

Annual preventative care includes the following:

  • Screenings for parasites and infections carried out each year
  • Vaccinations against disease
  • In-depth physical examinations
  • Identify problems early or before they happen
  • Dental examinations
  • Weight and dietary assessments
  • Diagnostic tests to establish baseline values for your pet, which could also detect early stages of disease

Our team works closely with you as the pet owner, to ensure that you feel confident and educated on your pet’s healthcare plan.



What is the best way to cure illness or disease? By preventing it in the first place. This is why you help your pet eat a healthy diet, give him or her regular exercise, and provide all the love and affection they need to stay happy and healthy.

But to make sure your pet stays fit and well for longer, you need to go beyond this. We provide wellness plans and vaccination programs that are designed specifically for your pet to give them the best chance of long term health and wellness.

We’ll start off with an examination. This is how we determine your pet’s baseline condition. From here, we can set out a plan of check-ups, consultations, fitness programs, and more, based on the animal’s current health and risk profile.

Of course, if your pet is to avoid diseases, vaccinations are necessary. We will gain an understanding of your pet’s exposure to risks, and then recommend a vaccination schedule to help your pet stay protected. Reach out to our team to set up a consultation and examination for your pet, and take the first steps on your pet’s long term wellness journey.


In order to give your pet the happy and healthy life you want for them, you need to make sure they get off to the right start.

Your pet’s early years are when they build their immune systems, develop healthy habits, and begin to grow into the strong and resilient animals they will become.

We aim to support this by offering puppy and kitten care, designed to start your pet off the right way. This includes developing a vaccination schedule to help keep your pet safe from diseases and viruses, as well as a long-term program of parasite screening that will help to treat or prevent any nasty intruders in your pet’s body.

Our team will also work with you to devise a plan for your pet as you live life together. This means diet and wellness programs, supported by checkups that help you stay on track. Your pet deserves a great start in life, and we will do our utmost to provide that.


To your pet, the outside is a playground, full of things to see and do and experience. Outdoor fun is something you should encourage, but it is important to ensure your pet is protected again some of the dangers of the great outdoors.

One such danger is the tick. These nasty little parasites dig into the skin of your pet and begin sucking blood. Of course, this is a serious annoyance for your pet. But it can be much worse than this. Ticks carry a range of different diseases, including Lyme disease and Rocky Moment spotted fever.

If you find a tick on your pet, there is no need to panic. Contact us without delay for expert advice on how to remove and deal with these pesky critters.

The best way to keep your pet safe from ticks is through prevention. This way, your pet does not have to suffer the discomfort and risk that comes from a tick bite. We offer topical and orally-delivered preventatives, as well as the Lyme vaccine for dogs with a high tick exposure risk.


Being a pet owner also means being aware of the different types of internal parasites that can affect your furry companion. These parasites range from the annoying and itchy to the potentially fatal, which is why such conditions need to be treated without delay. Our team provides expert treatment designed to take care of internal parasite cases. We also offer preventative medicine that can keep parasites at bay and prevent problems before they occur. This is supported by help and advice aimed at keeping your pet and your family free from these nasty critters.

Be on the lookout for the following symptoms in your pet:

  • Sickness and diarrhea
  • Swollen belly
  • Hair loss
  • Loss of appetite, leading to loss of weight

These may all be signs of a parasite in your pet’s digestive system. Parasites such as roundworm, hookworm, tapeworm and others can be picked up when your pet is playing outside, rooting around in the trash or the undergrowth, grooming themselves or eating. It is also possible for your pet to transfer these parasites to you. Make sure you deal with the problem by reaching out to our team. We will do our best to help your pet return to their normal, happy, healthy self.


Our pets are part of the family, so we want to keep them close to us at all times. Of course, we never want our dog or cat to get lost. But, if this does happen, we need to do everything in our power to help them make it home to us.

Microchip pet identification makes this simple and straightforward, and it does not cause your pet any distress. A tiny microchip — similar in size to a grain of rice — is inserted under the loose skin at the back of the animal’s neck. This provides a permanent means of identification. The chip is found easily using a scanning device, verifying your pet’s identity and giving information on how your pet can be returned to you, safe and sound.

Fitting the microchip is quick and easy. In many cases, you will only have to do it once as the durable chip stays with your pet for their whole life. However, if your chip stops working or is damaged, we will be able to fit a new one for you. You will be able to register your microchip and the information of your pet so all the necessary details are available to anyone who scans the tag. Losing a pet is something that happens from time to time, even to the most responsible owners. Microchip ID offers valuable peace of mind in these distressing situations.


No pet enjoys a flea outbreak. All that itchiness and irritation ruins what would otherwise be a happy time spent playing, exercising, or just resting and relaxing. Unfortunately, fleas can cause more serious problems, and infestations can result in allergic reactions, trauma caused by all that scratching, and even skin infections.

Fleas are also linked to the transmission of diseases and even parasites such as tapeworms. What’s more, fleas have a habit of jumping from pet to pet or from pet to human, which means these little critters don’t only bite your pets ⁠— they could bite you and your kids too! Fleas have a nasty habit of laying their eggs around their environment, so those few fleas you spotted could quickly turn into a full-blown infestation in your home.

Fortunately, our flea prevention and control services work effectively to keep your pet and your household free from these pests. This means no irritation from fleas and no concerns about the more serious problems associated with the parasites.

We use preventative medications, including chewable tablets and topical spot-ons, that are proven to treat your pet with no discomfort or distress, making sure they stay happy as well as healthy and free of fleas and other pests. In the event of a severe infestation, we have sprays, powders, and topical applications to ensure your whole household stays pest-free.

Our team understands the life cycle of fleas and how to prevent and treat an outbreak, and we are adept at noticing the early signs of a flea outbreak. Talk to us about keeping you, your pet, and your whole household safe from fleas.


You want what’s best for your furry friend, so you want to keep them safe and protected from nasty parasites, such as heartworms.

Heartworms are nasty little critters that live in the heart and lungs of pets. They are transmitted when mosquitoes bite the skin of animals and deposit the worm larvae under the skin, where they migrate into the bloodstream. These larvae end up in the heart and begin to multiply. This is a serious condition, causing damage to organs in severe cases. It can even be fatal.

This is why every year we recommend a heartworm test for your dog so that we can detect potential infections early, which will allow us to administer treatment before the disease progresses. Of course, the best way to deal with heartworm is to prevent infection in the first place. This is why we ensure our patients are protected by prescribing heartworm medication from June – November each year.


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