Our experienced registered nurses are fully trained to help patients with many issues
What our veterinary nurse can help with
Free kitten and puppy check-up
Pet weight clinic
Stress management / advice
Flea and worm check
Check and help clean pet's teeth
Post surgery help and advice
Nail clipping / anal glands
Ensuring any pet is in optimal body condition is important. Our nurses can weigh your pet and check them for signs of excess body fat. Overweight pets should go on a weight loss programme. Our nurses can advise with a diet and exercise plan. Ideal weight should be achieved within 4-6 months.
Weight loss can also be a sign of a health problem too and should be investigated.
Puppy and Kitten Developmental Checks
As part of our vaccination package puppies and kitten should visit one month after their second vaccination. This nurse consultation will be a thorough health check including checking their weight. Our nurses can advise on the best diet for your pet and answer any other questions that you may have.
6 month check-up
The 6 month check-up is part of the vaccination package and is important to check the normal growth and development. We will examine your pet from nose to tail and check for normal weight gain, tooth development, arrange parasite treatment and discuss diet and neutering as well as any other concerns you may have.
Flea and worm check
Nurses can check for fleas and worms, give advice and help with treatment application.
After surgery our nurses can check wounds, remove stitches and replace bandages.
If you're concerned and need dental advice, our nurses can check the health of your pet's teeth and gums. If you need further work you may need an appointment for further work with the vet.
Nail clipping, anal gland emptying, ear cleaning.
Nurses can help when you need repeat medication appointments including if treatment involves injections.
Stress management - Cats
Cats are very good at hiding their problems so it is important for owners to appreciate the subtle signs of stress in their cats. Our nurses offer advice to help reduce stress within the home environment.