24-Hour Emergency Service
This service is manned by AlphaPet staff meaning that, should you need us, you will be talking to a veterinary surgeon from this practice who has access to your pet's clinical notes.
For emergencies out of normal hours, telephone the normal surgery number 01243 842832
you will be connected to an ansaphone which will give you the mobile number for the duty veterinary surgeon for that day or night. Call that number and you will speak directly to the vet who will be able to assist you.
Our nursing team runs various clinics, such as Dental Clinics, Weight Clinics, Senior Pet Clinics and Tortoise Clinics.
They are also able to carry out suture removals, claw clipping, microchipping and routine post-operative checks.
Like their human equivalents, our qualified nurses also carry out a number of minor surgical procedures as well as many non-surgical procedures such as radiographs and electrocardiographs.
We provide a full range of vaccinations for all dogs, cats and rabbits, together with appropriate advice. We provide vaccinations on an individual risk basis to make sure that we do not vaccinate unnecessarily. Click on the links to see more details for particular species.
We also provide a full microchip identification, vaccination and advice service for PETS Travel Scheme to allow you and your pet to travel abroad safely. Speak to one of our vets for more information.
Professional Dietary Advice
As veterinary surgeons, we have the training and depth of knowledge to provide expert professional advice on how to feed your pet properly to ensure they live a long and healthy life. Whether it be our qualified nurses or our veterinary surgeons, the advice you receive from us will be the best and most up to date.
Wildlife Care and Advice
AlphaPet provides veterinary advice to Brent Lodge Wildlife Trust and to members of the public FREE OF CHARGE. Whether it be a wood pigeon, a common gull or a grey seal, a badger or a dolphin, we are happy to deal with all these animals and hopefully return them back to the wild when they are fit and well again.