We all want the best for our pets, but sometimes it’s easy to forget to keep their regular vaccinations up to date. Unfortunately, the longer we leave it, the more vulnerable to infectious diseases they become.
Vaccination is one of your pet’s health care essentials. By vaccinating, you protect your pet, and the wider animal population, by minimising the chances infectious disease has to infect new victims.
The good news is that we would like to offer you an opportunity to bring your pet’s vaccinations up to date during our Vaccine Amnesty. As part of our Vaccine Amnesty, we are offering a full primary vaccination course of two injections for the usual price of one.
Your pet will also receive a free full health check by a vet as part of their visit, and give you the chance to highlight any concerns you have about your pet’s health. We can also give you up to date advice on the best ways to keep your pet and your family safe by using the best flea and worm protection too.
We understand that vaccination is a personal choice and our team are happy to discuss your individual pet’s requirements with you to enable you to make an informed choice on this matter.
Please note that this Vaccination Amnesty is only available for dogs and cats who have lapsed in their vaccination boosters or who have never had a vaccination, and is not suitable for new puppies or kittens.
This offer is not exclusive, so even if you’ve never been to us before we’re happy to get you registered and your pet’s vaccinations back on track at this special price.
Why not consider joining our Pet care plan? For a monthly subscription all future vaccinations, worming and flea control are taken care of with substantial savings.
If you would like to take part in our offer, all you have to do is make an appointment with our receptionists and say you would like to take part in the Vaccine Amnesty scheme or you can book online
If you would prefer to check your pet’s individual protection from immunity then we are also able to provide titre testing at the practice and our vets will be more than happy to discuss this with you. Unfortunately we are unable to offer titre testing as part of our vaccine amnesty.
We will always do our best to support everyone we can in the community
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