Health care for animals requires a similar level of training, skill and hygiene as for humans. In addition to the normal costs of running a business, the costs of training and new equipment, as well as drugs, are extremely high. The diagnostic procedures and treatments available today are far more advanced than they were even a few years ago, but they are not cheap.
The level of service we provide can only be maintained by charging realistic fees.
In order to keep administrative costs under control, we must insist that all fees are paid at the time of consultations or visits or, in the case of a pet requiring in-patient treatment, at the time it is collected. Before expensive surgery is undertaken, you may be asked for a deposit when your pet is admitted.
Please feel free to ask for an estimate of the costs for any procedure we have recommended for your pet. We are very happy to do this for you, but please remember that it is not always possible to foresee the exact nature and extent of the treatment required before it has been completed. All our estimates include VAT, which is chargeable on all services and drugs.
We are happy to accept cash, most debit cards and most types of credit card.
See a list of some of our prices here.