Wymondham      01953 602139

Established in Wymondham for over 100 years; 32 years in our last premises in Stile Lane.  We ran out of space, so we moved into a custom designed new building in Postmill Close, Wymondham in December 2002.  

The new premises were built using the knowledge and experience gained, together with requests from clients over the years to provide up to date, light, roomy and clean premises for the comfort of patients, clients and staff.   There is easy access for disabled and disabled toilet facilities and a roomy car park.

We provide a friendly comprehensive pet care service including 24 hour out of hour cover at this premises backed up by modern equipment and facilities.

We are staffed by 3 vets and 2 registered nurses and one training nurse together with one nursing assistant, 3 staff in reception and office and a manager.

We provide 3 surgeries by appointment daily weekdays and until 12 noon on Saturdays. Out of hour, 24 hour care for accident and emergency cases are seen at this site by the duty vet from this practice with nurse support.  We are committed to a comprehensive health management advice system for companion animals and family pets.

  • Routine surgical procedures and emergency procedures are catered for in our comprehensive surgical system including neutering, fractures and other orthopaedic procedures and soft tissue surgery.  This is aided by our digital x-ray facility and ultrasound.
  • On site lab tests with blood screening available same day.
  • Separate ward areas for dogs and cats with under floor heating, glass doors and a walk in cage for oversized dogs.
  • Early reception of puppies and kittens for vaccination and advice on bonding and life management.  Post purchase examination is encouraged.
  • We welcome all pets; rabbits, guinea pigs, rats, hamsters, gerbils, ferrets, cage birds and tortoises very welcome.
  • Routine X-ray screening for congenital conditions.
  • Pet passports and exports.
  • Regular health checks encouraged.
  • Dedicated dental station.
  • Piped oxygen to all work stations and automatic scavaging.
  • Emergency oxygen therapy in both cat and dog wards.