We provide lots of services here at Queens Park Veterinary Surgery, including vet and nurse consultations, vaccinations, puppy/kitten clinics and surgery. Surgery ranges from routine neutering through to lump removals, dental surgery and diagnostic x-rays.
We are lucky to have in-house blood machines which allows us to run an assortment of blood tests and receive the results almost straight away. This is helpful in allowing us to ascertain a patient’s suitability for surgery there and then, whilst also keeping the costs down for clients. For some tests, we do need to send blood samples away to the laboratory for testing, and in this case can expect to receive results within a few days.
Please see below for details of the services that we offer. Click ‘Read More’ to find out more about each individual service.
If you need any further information about anything that we offer please get in touch either by phone on 01204 525066 or through our Contact Us form.
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At Queens Park Veterinary Surgery we are proud to offer each patient a 15 minute appointment so you can be sure that they have received a thorough check, and that all your questions or concerns have been dealt with during your visit.
Whether it’s a new puppy or kitten, or an older pet we always recommend that vaccinations are kept up to date, usually annually. Our annual vaccinations are so much more than just an injection for your pet. Whilst the injection and associated immunity is obviously important, all our booster vaccinations include a full 15-minute […]
Surgical / diagnostic procedures
We perform many surgical procedures on a weekly basis, ranging from routine neutering’s and dentals to more complex soft tissue surgery and orthopaedic work.
Our nursing team consists of both qualified Registered Veterinary Nurses and student Veterinary Nurses who are completing their training with us. We run various nurse-led clinics, including:
Identichip is a tiny microchip with a unique identity code. The microchip is implanted painlessly under the skin by a vet in the same way as a vaccination. Unlike collars and tags, identichip becomes a permanent means of identification. If you have more than one pet, each can be separately microchipped and identified.
We have fantastic on-site hospitalisation facilities with a state of the art heated kennels to keep your pets nice and toasty! Cats and dogs have a separate ward and we also have an isolation unit.