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Appointments can be booked through the receptionists at the surgery required.  

We have morning and afternoon appointments through the week with some surgeries extending to 6.45 pm.   Saturday mornings are kept for emergencies where possible.

If you have an urgent problem out of normal hours there is always a nurse on duty at the Hospital to take your call.  You will be directed to the emergency number by the answer phone.  

Vets run regular surgeries each week so that you can follow through with a specific vet for a certain condition.  Due to the size of the practice we are able to make use of the specific knowledge of differing  vets to whom you may be referred with a certain problem.

If you are bring more than one animal or have a specific problem please let the receptionists know when booking your appointment.


Visits are co-ordinated through the Hospital with a dedicated visit line on

                    023 80845586.

(For account enquiries and detailed information please use the Hospital number on 023 80842237)

Vets are assigned to the visits each morning around 9 am.  We should be able to give an idea of the time of your visit at around 9.30 am.  If you have an urgent problem we will get a vet to you as soon as possible.  

A large animal vet is available for emergency calls out of normal hours and this is co-ordinated by the duty nurse through the emergency number.

Other Services

Nurses surgeries

These are run by our qualified Veterinary Nurses each morning and on a  Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon.  The nurses are available for advice on all aspects of pet health care and have expertise in areas of;

          Nutrition               Behaviour

          Obesity                Geriatrics

          Dental Care     

They are also able to see animals for routine tasks such as weight checks, blood sampling, dressing changes, suture removal, minor dematting, flea consultations clipping claws and inserting identichips.

Puppy Parties

These are run at the Hospital for any puppies between and 8 and 12 weeks of age.  The aim is provide a time of supervised socialisation for the pups as well as chance for the owners to learn more and raise any questions on looking after their animals.

The parties are run by the veterinary nurses and a course of four weeks is set up to cover set topics.  

Please contact the Hospital for more information.