All prices include VAT at current rate
|First Consultation – Dog/Cat/Small Mammal/ Exotic||£31.86|
|Repeat Consultation – all species – short||£12.89|
|Repeat consultation – all species – long||£22.75|
|Exotic referral/ second opinion consultation||£102.88|
|Exotics beak / nail/ wing trim||£19.80|
|Bird beak correction with GA||£58.60|
|First Dog Vaccination||£35.66|
|Second Dog Vaccination||£35.66|
|Annual Dog Booster||£37.16|
|Kennel Cough Vaccination||£34.20|
|First Cat Vaccination (inc. Leukaemia)||£42.47|
|Second Cat Vaccination (inc. Leukaemia)||£42.47|
|Annual Cat Booster (inc. Leukaemia)||£54.62|
|First Cat Vaccination (exc. Leukaemia)||£34.88|
|Second Cat Vaccination (exc. Leukaemia)||£34.88|
|Annual Cat Booster (exc. Leukaemia)||£36.42|
|Rabbit Combined Myxomatosis/ VHD vaccination
(will include free nurse check or discounted vet check six months post-vaccination if booked at vaccination)
Filavac RHD 2 vaccine
All spay and dog castrate prices include a 3 day post operative course of painkillers
|Dog Castrate – Small||£136.54|
|Dog Castrate – Medium||£151.72|
|Dog Castrate – Large||£166.90|
|Dog Castrate – Giant||£197.41|
|Bitch Spay – Small||£184.33|
|Bitch Spay – Medium||£238.97|
|Bitch Spay – Large||£293.58|
|Bitch Spay – Giant
Laparoscopic (keyhole) spay – additional
|Small Mammal Castrate||£62.99|
|Small Mammal Spay (to include 3 days’ post-op pain relief drugs)||£94.62|
|Ferret Suprelorin hormone implant||£86.59|
|Cat/Dog/ small mammal Microchip||£24.55|
|Cat/Dog/ small mammal Microchip with other procedure||£21.44|
|Bird/ reptile microchip||£43.71|
Dog/ cat dental prices on application dependent on time and extent of procedure
|Rabbit/ rodent dental (incl GA)||£128.77|
|Rabbit/ rodent dental (incl GA and xray and critical care sachet)||£175.60|
|1st scan ex GA/ sedation||£494.40|
|Additional scans (at same time)||£247.20 per scan|
OUT OF HOURS
|Out of hours day appointment||£110.76|
|Out of hours night appointment||£137.63|
|Out of hours day appointment||£142.00|
|Out of hours night appointment||£171.47|
|* For out of hours charges, a registered client is defined as a client who has been seen for any reason in last 18 months.|
We do understand that times are difficult and that vet bills are sometimes unavoidable and hard to pay.
To help with this we can arrange budgeted payments.
While we prefer to be paid in full at the time of your appointment and do insist on this wherever possible, p`arranged (with the Directors) budgeting can be arranged for registered clients.
In the case of routine procedures (vaccinations, neutering, etc) this must be started before the procedure with a maximum of four installments. The final payment must be before, or at the time of the procedure.
For treatment of sick animals we are happy to discuss budgeting at the time and can arrange variable terms over variable periods. However, if payments lapse we will pursue payment in the normal manner.
Payments can be made by cash, cheque, credit cards (including over-the-phone payment) and BACS.
Remember! If you may have problems affording veterinary treatment, pet insurance is a very good idea. We are always happy to deal directly with the insurance companies so we are paid directly by them, though you will need to pay an excess as applicable for that policy.