We apologise for the inconvenience but for everyone’s safety we are not allowing clients in to the practice. If we need to see your pet we will ask you to drop them off at the door.
In line with the latest government advice, we are limiting contact to emergencies only.
If you are ill or self isolating and your pet needs to be seen, it is important that you do not attend the practice. Please ask someone else to bring in your pet, as you could be risking the health of people around you.
We are still able to take orders for feed and medication. Please email the practice if you would like to order anything.
We ask that all payments are made online via our invoice links, or over the phone to limit the chance of spread.
The practice opened in 2007 in the S10 area of Sheffield, and ever since our staff have been dedicated to good service for our clients, and outstanding care for our patients.
We offer 15 minute consultation appointments as standard to all patients.
Our vets are experienced in caring for a wide variety of companion animals, and as we are a small team it is possible to see the same vet at every visit.
Our receptionist and support staff pride themselves on being friendly, approachable and will always try to help you with any query you may have.
FOR EMERGENCIES CALL
Please call the practice number, which will direct you onto the out of hours vet.
Advice for pet owners planning to take a pet to any EU country after 1st of January 2021.
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We have a confirmed case of lungworm in the Bolehill area of Sheffield. We therefore advise ALL dog owners to use protection against lungworm. Protection comes in the form of a liquid product containing Moxidectin, which prevents infection or in the form of a tablet containing milbemycin, which treats the infection.
Please be vigilant and contact us with any worries.
The lungworm (Angiostrongylus vasorum) is a parasite that can cause serious health problems in dogs and can even be fatal if not diagnosed and treated. The parasite is known to spread quickly.
Lungworm infections can result in a number of different signs, which may easily be confused with other illnesses, but improved detection methods including blood test and poo sampling mean more and more cases are now being confirmed. Lungworm is now endemic throughout much of the UK and is NOT known to infect humans.
POSSIBLE SYMPTOMS OF LUNGWORM
1 Breathing problems: Coughing and tiring easily
2 Poor blood clotting: Excessive bleeding from even minor cuts or wounds, nose bleeds, bleeding into the eye or anaemia (paleness around the eyes and gums)
3: General sickness: Weight loss, poor appetite, vomiting and diarrhoea, depression, lethargy
4: Seizures (fits)