Vaccinations in Covid-19 restrictions
Vaccination of Pets During Coronavirus Pandemic – Updated 30th April
We are now working hard to catch up with your pets vaccinations that were delayed during the initial Covid-19 Veterinary restrictions.
These are being arranged to ensure strict social distancing to protect the health of our clients and staff, as well as our pets.
For the foreseeable future, in order to protect the health of pets and to reduce the risk of transmission of zoonotic diseases the following vaccines are advised.
Initial Puppy and Kitten Vaccinations
All dog annual vaccinations
First annual cat annual vaccination and any adult cats who have not received a vaccine during the last 15 months.
All Rabbit vaccinations
It is still our priority to protect the health of clients, staff and the wider public in the context of the coronavirus pandemic.
For this reason our vets will be assessing the records of all pets that are due to be vaccinated, and recommending in each case the appropriate course of action.
For existing clients, you will be contacted individually, by text or telephoning to arrange an appropriate appointment to best suit the needs of your pet and your own circumstances.
For new clients, or existing clients with a new pet, please either telephone the clinic to register your pet, or register using the online form.
We will still need to adhere to very strict social distancing, so we ask you follow the practice protocols for this.
Please do not phone the clinic to book an appointment unless requested to do so.
It is worth noting that it is very important that your pet receives lungworm and flea treatments, we are able to ensure you have the necessary supply of these, and they can be collected from either clinic by telephoning first, and observing a strict social distancing collection method.
Our behaviour Nurse Emma has produced a leaflet for new puppy owners on coping with the current restrictions click here to download.
Coronavirus and pet vaccination
Please contact the clinic if you have any concerns.