COVID-19 Strategy

We are delighted to invite you back into our completely refurbished and extended building! It’s been a busy few months getting everything completed during a tricky time and thank you to everyone who has supported and visited us in the garden area over the summer.

We can now allow you to accompany your pet for their consultation, but we do have to ask you to follow strict guidelines to ensure all of our safety. Please bear with us if you have to wait a little longer for an appointment, or experience delays when you visit us as inevitably things will take a little longer.

Please only arrive 5 minutes early for your appointment to prevent congestion.

We can only allow one person per pet in the building at a time to allow social distancing. We will ask other members of the party to wait outside or in your car.

Please wait outside the practice by the front door when you arrive. A team member will come and welcome you and we can allow up to 2 clients with their pet in the waiting room at a time.

Please wear a face mask. You will only be able to enter the practice if you are wearing one. If you forget we can provide a disposable one for a £2 charge which will be given to the RSPCA. If you are exempt from wearing a mask, we can still see your pet while you wait outside.

Use the hand-sanitiser provided by the front door before entry.

During the consultation you will be asked to keep 1 metre away unless completely unavoidable and at the vets direction, in which case please face away from the vet. The duration of any close contact will need to be kept to a maximum of 15 minutes. We now have an advanced ventilation system in the clinic which changes all the air ten times per hour.This is in line with human hospital standards.

Reception have 2 client areas with screens for your safety

Its obvious, but please do not visit the clinic if you have any possible COVID symptoms (e.g. cough or fever) within the past 10 days or are self-isolating due to being in-contact with someone with symptoms within the past 14 days. We can still help you, e.g. a friend or taxi could bring your pet to us if they have to be seen or we may be able to offer a phone or video consultation.