Some estimated pricing;

- Puppy’s first vaccination course £45
- Annual dog booster £29.50
- Cat's first vaccinations course: Flu & enteritis £31 / +feline leukemia £20
- Rabies £36.50 / +passport £51.61
- Rabbit Myxo/RHD £30

All the castration/spay includes sedation, anaesthetic, procedure and pain relief injection
- Bitch spey from £150
- Cat spey from £73
- Dog castrate from £120
- Cat castrate from £45
- Rabbit spay £100 / castration £45-50

- Canine/feline pregnancy scan £37

- Vet 1st consultation £30.14
- Vet 2nd consultation £24.35
- Vet 3rd consultation £20.52
- Exotic consultation £27.20
- Nurse clinic Free

Getting your pet ready for surgery;

If your dog or cat is booked in for an operation please make sure they do not eat beyond 10pm the night before and do not drink from about 8am.

Rabbits, guinea pigs and rodents should be allowed to eat and drink as normal.

Please ask if you are unsure whether to give their usual medication.

Repeat Prescriptions

Repeat prescriptions are available if we have seen your pet in the last three months (six months by arrangement in some cases). Medication is usually available for collection by lunchtime the next week day (Mon - Fri) but please telephone before starting your journey to make sure it has come into stock and been authorised by a vet.

PETS travel scheme

There are strict rules when taking your pet on holiday. Guidance is provided by DEFRA and the government (www.gov.uk/take-pet-abroad) and our appointed vets will guide you through obtaining your ‘pet passport’.

Neutering dogs

There has been much research into the benefits of speying bitches and castrating dogs. At Buckley House we don’t treat dog castration as a routine necessity, and in some cases would advise against it, but understand that some pet owners would prefer to have the procedure done and are happy to discuss this with you.

In the case of speying bitches it has been proven that, should you spey a bitch when they reach sexual maturity, the risk of mammory tumours later in life is significantly reduced. It will also prevent any risk from ‘pyometra’ (infection of the womb) a life threatening condition that quite commonly affects entire bitches.

Neutering cats

Unwanted pregnancy in cats leads to abandoned kittens every day of the year. If your cat is a female outdoor cat we recommend speying from six months of age.

Male cats tend to scent mark around the home if left entire so castration is recommended from six months of age.

Soft tissue surgery
Does your pet require an operation on their soft tissue body parts? Read more about it in our soft tissue fact sheet.
MRI
Does your pet require an MRI scan? Read more about it in our MRI fact sheet.
Diabetes
Has your pet been diagnosed with diabetes? Read more about it in our diabetes fact sheet.
Heart disease
Has your pet been diagnosed with heart disease? Read more about it in our heart disease fact sheet.
Endoscopy
Does your pet require an endoscopic examination? Read more about it in our endoscopy fact sheet.
Fleas prevention
A brief overview to keep you up to date with how often you need to be treating your animal for prevention of infestation.
Referrals
Does your pet require a referral to a specialist? Read more about it in our referrals fact sheet.
Kidney disease
Has your pet been diagnosed with kidney disease? Read more about it in our kidney disease fact sheet.
Arthritis
Has your pet been diagnosed with osteo-arthritis? Read more about it in our arthitis fact sheet.
X-ray
Does your pet require an x-ray? Read more about it in our x-ray fact sheet.
Vaccinations
Our recommendations for vaccinating your dogs, cats and rabbits.
Post-operative care sheet
Is your pet due to have some surgery? Read about how to care for your pets when they come home after a procedure.
Liver disease
Has your pet been diagnosed with liver disease? Read more about it in our liver disease fact sheet.
Ultrasound
Does your pet require an ultrasound examination? Read more about it in our ultrasonography fact sheet.