If your pet is unwell, please call the surgery at your earliest convenience for advice or an appointment. Urgent cases will always be given priority. In the first instance, we can provide first aid advice over the phone. However, in most cases, an examination is required to assess and treat your pet properly before the vet can prescribe any kind of medication (including antibiotics).
Our nursing team are all Registered Veterinary Nurses and, as such, are able to visit your pet at home to help with minor ailments and preventive healthcare such as:
- Dental, weight or grooming checks
- Applying flea and worm treatments
- Claw clipping
- Wound examinations
- Second vaccinations.
They can also advise on the care of pregnant mums and their newborn babies, including confirmation of pregnancy by ultrasound. Our nurses also come out for post-operative checks and to administer some injectable treatments.
We are often asked to see a pet that has been under the care of another vet, which we are more than happy to do. Before we visit, we will discuss this with you to ensure it is appropriate for your pet, and we will require the medical history from the vet that has been treating your pet up until now. This enables our vet to understand how the case has been dealt with, what approaches have been tried, what has worked, and what hasn’t.
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Rosie is a fantastic mobile vet. She has cared for my two Ragdoll cats for the past 7 years and in that time I have had nothing but the best service. She is always there to answer questions and give advice and will come out to visit at any time of the day or night. I am always happy to recommend Paws Indoors and Rosie to everyone I meet.