Advice

I couldn’t be happier with the quality of care at Wilbury Veterinary Surgery. The vets in this practice have all always proved friendly, caring and have offered a highly professional service to my dogs.

Catherine Lane

If you are a cat owner you’ll know that our feline friends have their own very special ways.

They are particularly sensitive to smell and the only indoor environment most cats are used to is home. No wonder a trip to the vets can make them nervous. They won’t welcome the car journey either and would rather not meet any other animals once they’re here.

We understand what your cat is going through so we take extra care to make them feel as safe and comfortable as possible. All our staff are fully trained in what we call ‘cattitude’ and we have cat-only clinic times on particular days of the week.We also have separate accommodation for our feline patients, as well as a range of equipment designed exclusively for cat care.

When you first register your kitten or cat we’ll provide you with a free information pack to help you give them the best possible care. And we have a Wellcat For Life programme you can take part in that will help you keep your cat healthy and happy at every stage of their life.

Man’s best friend has his own special ways too. We understand that dogs are very social animals which is why we invite our clients to get their puppies off to a good start with our free puppy clinics. Here, your pet can learn to interact with other puppies in a safe and playful way that will serve them well all their lives.

When you register your dog or puppy for the first time you’ll also receive a free information pack to guide you through the healthcare your dog will need at every stage. We’re there to help along the way too, with regular nursing clinics and a dog grooming parlour. Should your dog need treatment or hospitalisation at any point, we have quiet, separate kennels for day or overnight stays and we have a garden in which they can stretch their legs.