If you are registered with us and your pet is suffering an emergency, you should call us immediately. We will triage your pet over the phone and if the condition is deemed to be potentially life threatening/life altering, then we will aim to see you on the day. Emergencies always take priority with us.
If you are not a client of ours at the time of the emergency, we may suggest that you go to your current vet at the time of the emergency if we do not have availability.
We generally have appointments available on a weekly basis, but some periods may be busier than others. Therefore, you may expect to wait a couple of weeks around busy periods.
We cover the Isle of Thanet in East Kent
We are a small animal veterinary practice and we see cats, dogs and small mammals
No. We provide either a morning or afternoon timeslot. The reason for this is that we are a small practice and emergencies take priority over routine procedures. Also as we are mobile, we are affected by traffic. If we are significantly delayed, we do aim to contact you and inform you of the delay. Depending on the number/nature of emergencies, we may contact you and reschedule an appointment.
No. Our service is a mobile veterinary service and therefore the cost of the visit is the consultation fee of £60. There is no extra fee for coming to see you.
No. As we are a small vet practice, it is not possible to provide high quality of care 5 days a week and cover out-of-hours. We therefore use Vets Now, who is based in Herne Bay at Unit 1 The Links, Herne, Kent, CT6 7FE. You can contact them on 01227 504645 during our out-of-hours.
Yes. The first consult is charged at £60 and then any subsequent pet seen during the same visit is charged at £45.
We accept cash, card and bank transfers. The team will always have a card terminal available in order to do a secure card transaction. If you would like to pay by bank transfer, ask the team for details at the time of the appointment.
We unfortunately do not accept cheques or American Express.