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We aim to provide a complete healthcare for your pet. Here’s a brief outline of all the services we can provide.

If you like to discuss any aspect of your pet’s care in more detail, please call us on 01463 711777.

  • Vaccination & pet passports
  • Nurse clinics & puppy parties
    Our main aim at Puppy Parties is to socialise your puppy from an early age. We cover topics such as house training, dental care, worming and neutering. the most important part is making sure your puppy has a good time and finds the whole experience fun. Please ask if  you would like more information.
  • Behavioural advice
  • Neutering
    As a practice we advise neutering as un-neutered animals can develop certain health and/or behavioural problems as they grow older. It also helps with unwanted pregnancies!
  • Microchipping (now a legal requirement as of 6th April 2016)

               Bpy and dog


  • Pet Dentistry
    A major part of pet ownership is dental care. This is often overlooked by many owners. Nurses are available to discuss dental care from toothbrushing to dental diets. We recommend regular dental checks as prevention is always better than cure!
  • 24 hour emergency cover
    In case of an emergency, please call 01463 711777. If out of normal consulting hours  you will be put in touch with the on call vet.
  • Home visits
    If you require a home visit, please give as much notice as possible . Please bear in mind that in the surgery we have the full range of materials and equipment for treating your pet. In an emergency, it is usually best for you to bring your pet direct to the surgery.                                                                                                                                                    
  • Surgical procedures
    Our vets are happy to discuss any routine or non routine surgical procedures and give estimates. Please see our Price List for routine procedures.
  • Pet Healthcare Plan - Making the Best More Affordable
  • The Pet Health Plan is a budget scheme which spreads the cost of routine treatment over the year by convenient ,monthly, Direct Debit payments, which includes:-
  • Full Clinical Examinations, twice per year, to include:
  • General Health, Ears, Eyes, Skin and Coat, Heart and Lungs, Weight, Claws, Dentition, Anal Glands, Joints and Muscles.
  • Annual Vaccinations, including Kennel Cough vaccination.
  • Worming treatments (sufficient for 12 months)
  • Flea treatments (sufficient for 12 months)
  • Treatment Planning
  • Dietary advice
  • Optional Accidental Injury Cover
  • Vaccinations within the plan:- Dog (Distemper, Hepatitis, Parvovirus,Parainfluenza, Leptospirosis) Cat  (Flu, Enteritis, Leukaemia) Rabbit (Myxomatosis and Rabbit haemorrhagic disease)
  • Senior Pet Clinic
    Senior Pet Clinics are run at the same time as your pet's booster and are for dogs over the age of 8 years and cats over the age of 9 years. It involves an extended consultation, examination and health questionnaire with a vet and a nurse. Blood tests and urine tests will be run to check for kidney disease, diabetes, liver damage, cholesterol and urinary tract disease. We also offer blood pressure testing for cats in the senior pet clinic. In this case the owners have the option of leaving their cat for a short time as this is best done when the cat is completely relaxed.

                Children and pets

  • Weight Clinics
    Like humans, some pets can put on a few extra pounds. this can have certain health implications. Nurse clinics are here to provide advice, support and encouragement on types of food and a weight loss programme for your pet.
  • Dog Grooming we have a fully qualified experienced, full time Dog Groomer.
  • Hydrotherapy - which can help a number of conditions from arthritis, hip/ elbow dysplasia, pre and post operative muscle maintenance, weight control and many more. All cases must be referred by your own vet and a report will be sent to them after your appointment.
  • Veterinary and Nurse Training
    If you are at school and want to go into the veterinary profession, this information may be of help to you.
    After School Opportunites:- We welcome students who are still at school to apply to come to the surgery one weekday between 4pm and 7pm to work with the evening nurse helping her out with various duties. Students must be aged 14 years or over due to insurance regulations. Due to the demand, the placements are for a six week block at a time.  Email us at
    Animal Nursing Assistant Course at Thurso College:-
    The North Highland College run an Animal Nursing Assistant Course in Thurso. We can provide a placement for one student per year, to complete the course.
    Veterinary Nursing Courses
    Edinburgh's Telford College run veterinary nursing courses and as we are a registered training practice we are more than happy to provide placements for students subject to availability.
    Veterinary Surgeon Placements
    For university students looking for a placement please contact by email to