We’re here for your pets
As a national lockdown is re-introduced, our practices remain open as usual and our teams are available to help with your pet’s needs. In order to keep everybody safe, we’re continuing to operate contactless appointments.
Please read our contactless appointment guidelines here before attending your appointment. This will provide details on what to expect at your appointment and also request that you wear a mask or face covering at all times during your appointment, unless you're medically exempt.
There may be a need to delay some routine vaccinations, we will only do this if it’s safe to do so. Please contact us and we can agree the best course of action. If your pet has already missed a vaccination due to a previous lockdown, please let us know; it’s important that your pet remains protected.
There may be a slight delay in appointment availability - please be assured that we’re working hard to see all pets as quickly as possible - we appreciate your patience.
Flea and Worm Treatment
We're able to offer a safe contactless collection service for medications, food, flea and worming treatments, Please contact us to arrange. We require 24-48 hours to prepare orders and we will advise you when it’s ready.
We can also arrange to post your flea and worm treatment to you using Royal Mail. This is a safe and secure way for you to ensure that your pet remains protected.
We’ve been working hard to ensure that all health checks are brought up to date as quickly as possible following the previous lockdowns and we will continue to do so. However, given the Government guidelines, it may be necessary to carry out the health check via phone or video. This will enable you to keep up to date on your pet’s health and raise any concerns that you may have. You can read more about how this will work here.
Please be assured that we’re continuing to work very hard to keep all pets up to date and we appreciate your patience. If you have any questions about the reminder that you have received, please contact us.
Medivet believes that insurance is important to support the health and wellbeing of every pet. Accidents and illness can happen at any time, and it’s comforting to know that the cost of your pet's care will be covered if ever needed. Find out more here.
We have strict social distancing guidelines in place for appointments. The aim of these is to protect our team as well as our clients and we really appreciate your support. Click through for further details on our guidelines.
Insurance can offer peace of mind, especially in challenging times. At Medivet, we are committed to providing trustworthy, expert advice that helps you care for your pet, including advice on choosing the right insurance policy to protect your pet.