COVID-19 update: Client advice on what to do during the Coronavirus crisis
We offer a range of services for pets
Emergencies will of course be seen immediately, but please telephone first to inform the staff. During office hours, the surgery is open for prescription collection, counter sales and general advice. Outside office hours, your calls will be redirected to our out-of-hours emergency veterinary service, which depending on what you require is currently provided by Worthing Emergency Vets or Vets2Home. If you do have to use the emergency service during the night or at the weekend, please be aware that emergencies for Worthing Emergency Vets are seen at Worthing Emergency Vets' premises in Upper Brighton Road, Worthing and will incur additional costs due to it being out of surgery hours. These fees must be paid direct to Worthing Emergency Vets. Your pet can be transferred to Northdale the following day to continue treatment.
We offer routine consultations, Monday to Saturday, for any health concerns that you may have for your pet. Please contact our surgeries to make an appointment. We also encourage our clients to have their animals checked regularly in order to pick up on problems at an early stage. Preventive treatment includes weight checks. Elderly animals in particular need to be closely monitored.
We offer a variety of nursing clinics, many of which are free of charge or a very small cost. These include clinics for monitoring your pet’s weight, diabetic clinic, renal clinic, senior and mobility clinics, as well as free health checks for your new pet with our nursing team. Please contact reception for more information or to make an appointment.
We also offer free vet checks to new pets - for both new & existing clients. Contact reception for details.
We have a dedicated operating theatre with separate areas for preparation and non-sterile procedures. Animals generally make better surgical patients than humans and modern anaesthetic techniques greatly reduce the risks involved. All animals are given a pre-anaesthetic check at admittance, to keep anaesthetic risks to a minimum. Trained and dedicated nurses monitor the anaesthesia carefully during any surgical procedure. The evening before procedure, most animals will need to go without food and water. A pre-op advice sheet will be given to you at the time of booking, this will give full details.
We recommend that cats and dogs are treated regularly - monthly or quarterly, depending on the product used. Please discuss with the team.
Did you know that if you join our Pet Health Club you can spread the cost of all your pet's routine treatments? Vaccinations, worming and flea treatments are included within the 12 monthly payments. You'll also save money on food, waiting room stock, neutering, passports and much more!
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