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Cat services

At Vine Tree Vets we recognise the importance our pets have in our lives. Our dedicated team of receptionists, nurses and vets are there to help you and your pet feel comfortable during your time with us.

Our open surgeries provide flexibility for you to be able to bring your pet into us at any one of the chosen times. If you feel that you are unable to make one of the surgery times, if your pet is particularly nervous, or if it’s a sensitive matter then an appointment can be arranged for us to see your pet at a mutually convenient time. If you are unable to make it to the surgery then house visits are available throughout the day.

Routine operations and procedures are carried out Monday to Friday. We have a well-equipped theatre with up to date monitoring machines, including ECG, pulse oximetry and capnography.

The surgery is sensitively designed to meet the needs of both dogs and cats. Our kennels are in the main part of the building so the dogs can see and hear people, ensuring that they do not feel alone. Our cattery is in the quietest part of the building so they do not feel stressed by barking dogs and the busy hustle and bustle of the surgery.

Our out of hours service, is provided by our own vets, and our nursing team is always on standby, for any emergency procedure that may need to be carried, out at any time during the day or night.

Helpful Information

Available Now… Free Nurse Clinics!

Free Nurse Clinics Our nurses will be able to advise you on; Routine health care The correct diet for your pet Weight management Flea and worming Neutering They will also be able to; Perform second vaccinations Dental examinations Application and administration of...

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Pet safety With the run up to bonfire night nearly here, we hear fireworks going off weeks before-hand.  During this time we need to keep our pets safe and help them through this stressful time. In recent surveys it has shown that nearly 50% of dogs and cats suffer...

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Vaccinations for Cats

Vaccinations are often started when our pets are younger to remind the body to produce antibodies to prevent disease and infections. The injections can start from 8-9 weeks of age and the second injection is to be given several weeks later. A booster vaccination...

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Pet Insurance

Insurance can be quite daunting at times! What type of policy do I need? How much excess will I have to pay? How do I make a claim? The list of questions can be endless! At Vine Tree Vets, we always recommend that where possible, you insure your pet for those...

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Pet travel scheme

The pets travel scheme is a scheme that allows us to take our pets abroad without them having to go into quarantine. However there are various different criteria’s that you should look into before travelling. In this page we have written the basic criteria required by...

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Diseases which can affect your pet whilst abroad

In this article we would like to make our clients aware that it is not only rabies that we have to guard against while travelling abroad with your pets. We have chosen to inform you of a few common parasites which cause debilitating diseases in your pets and...

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Nearly all dogs and cats get worms and even animals which look in tip-top condition can carry them. A pet with worms can be quite difficult to diagnose as it may not show any outward signs of ill health. It is important to worm your animals regularly as some types can...

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Kitten Packs

We offer a complete starter package to protect your cat from the major feline diseases: Feline Rhinotracheitis Feline Calicivirus Feline Panleucopaenia Feline Leukaemia Virus The first injection can be administered at 9 weeks old with the second no earlier than 12...

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Operations and procedures

Firstly rest assured that your pet will receive the best care and love from our nursing team and our vets, whilst they are in our care. Pre admission requirements are personally tailored to your pet’s specific needs. Please take every opportunity to ask any questions...

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Neutering is the removal of the reproductive organs of your pet, to prevent them from having unwanted litters. It will also prevents some serious illnesses and cancers. Your pet may be prone to put on a bit of weight after the procedure but cutting their food down by...

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Micro chipping

Micro chipping is a common practice where a tiny chip (the size of a grain of rice) is inserted under the skin between the shoulder blades of your pet. If your pet is found after straying or becoming lost, any vet or rescue company should scan your pet for a...

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Flea and external parasite advice

As animal lovers we all accept that from time to time our pets will have pests!!! At Vine Tree Vets we endeavour to help our clients get rid of these pests, by providing the most up to date advice and products, to get rid of their existence on our pets and in our...

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Dental Advice

Dental disease Dental disease is one of the most common diseases dogs and cats. Dental disease is also known as periodontal disease or gum disease. This disease is entirely preventable! Dental disease is very painful condition and if left untreated it can cause...

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Choosing a cat

There are many considerations to think about when choosing a new member of the family. Kittens can be very cute and cuddly but they are very curious and independent beings! Even though they can be independent they still need special care and attention. If you decide...

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