We offer a full range of veterinary treatment and expertise from our beautiful, Grade II listed building in the centre of High Wycombe.
We have a team of 11 highly experienced vets, with over 120 years of practice between them, so you can be sure that your pet is in the best of hands.
There is ample parking at all four sites and a warm welcoming atmosphere for you and your pet. Being pet owners ourselves, we care passionately about the well-being of your animals and are open 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
Meticulous management of ongoing medical problems such as cancer, endocrinopathies (hormone problems), organ failure, etc
Diagnosis and treatment of heart conditions.
Control of skin complaints.
Treatment of infectious diseases, bowel upsets and neurological disease.
Reproduction and breeding
Years of experience in breeding Bitches, Queens, Does and Sows.
Support for birthing problems – caesarean surgery where indicated.
Investigation of infertility.
Neonatology – care and treatment of young animals
Fully equipped in house laboratory – the vast majority of blood and urine tests can be processed in our on site laboratory. Any tests that require an outside laboratory are sent by courier the same day.
Digital x-ray facility – allows rapid accurate processing, image manipulation and digital storage.
Ultrasound – allows non invasive examination of internal organs.
Flexible and rigid endoscopy.
Our team of veterinary nurses can offer free or value-for-money follow-up services should an issue or concern be identified during a routine check-up. They have a wealth of knowledge and experience that they will be keen to share with you.
We offer free advice and recommendations on feeding your pet. Our team are trained to help you select the right diet according to your pets needs.
A weekly get together of all recently vaccinated puppies. These evenings are excellent socialisation for the puppies and great fun for all. Our nurses are also on hand to answer any questions.
Post Op Checks
In the majority of cases our nurses monitor wounds and recovery from surgeries. They will advise on exercise, diet and wound care.
Our nurses can offer free advice on keeping your pets teeth as clean and healthy as possible. If dental disease is already present then they can help you take measures to control it or let you know if a dental procedure is necessary.
The nurses can show you how to correctly administer tablets, eye drops or ear medications. In some circumstances it can be easier for the nurses to administer medication on your behalf.
Fit n Trim Club
With the help and enthusiasm of the nursing team your pet can achieve their optimum weight. Pets of the correct weight live longer, enjoy a better quality of life and are less prone to illness.
Flea and worming check-ups
We would be happy to tailor a specific prevention protocol. If you have found parasites at home we can advise you on how to best eradicate the problem and prevent it reoccuring.