Dogs, Cats and other small animals
VALE VETERINARY CENTRE
153 Ash Hill Road, Ash, Hants GU12 5DW
Tel: 01252 337310
Fax: 01252 337312
Our aim is to provide the best possible health care for your pets in a pleasant, friendly environment. Our staff are committed to keeping abreast of the latest developments in modern veterinary practice, enabling us to provide you with the highest quality treatment possible.All consultations are by appointment but we can see urgent cases the same day if necessary.
SURGERY AND APPOINTMENT TIMES
Monday to Friday
Surgery Opening Hours
8.30am – 6.30pm
8.30am – 12.30pm
9.00 – 10.00am
4.00 – 6.30 pm (Mon,Wed,Th)
5.00 – 6.30 pm (Tues, Fri)
9.00 – 10.30am
Discount Vaccination Clinic* (by appointment)
*Discount Clinics: Please note that these clinics only offer vaccinations to pets which are otherwise healthy and do not have any other need for veterinary attention.
Price estimates available on request
Appointments with one of the nursing team can also be booked for routine suture removal, nail clipping, dental advice, post op checks, advice on geriatric care, arthritis care, worm and flea treatment, nutritional advice and weight control.
Emergencies will always be seen whenever necessary.
- Our Services include:
- Appointments at short notice
- Annual Health Checks
- Free Dental Checks
- Discount Vaccination Clinics
- Preventative healthcare advice
- Reminders for booster vaccinations, dental & health checks
- Free weight checks
- In-house laboratory (at Farncombe surgery)
- Advanced diagnostic equipment
- Digital X-ray (at Farncombe surgery)
- ECG, endoscopy, blood pressure monitor, respiratory monitor,
- Ultrasound Scanning
- Pregnancy diagnosis by ultrasound scan
- Telephone advice
- Pet Passports (see below)
- Local Veterinary Inspector (for official certification)
- Wide range of quality pet foods
PET TRAVEL SCHEME
We are able to provide the necessary documentation and free travel information packs for your pet’s holiday as well as blood tests and rabies vaccinations.
For hints and information on how to keep your CATS healthy go to: http://www.mvol.co.uk/mvol/rivendellvets/catinfo/
For hints and information on how to keep your DOGS healthy go to: http://www.mvol.co.uk/mvol/rivendellvets/doginfo/
Lungworm in dogs
Lungworm infection in dogs is spreading across the UK and leads to a disease called Angiostrongylosis.
Symptoms are not always obvious but untreated this disease can have fatal consequences especially if your dog needs surgery.
Treatment is simple and straightforward by means of a convenient 'spot-on' product applied monthly.