• Sidmouth Parade Clinic

    0208 459 3010

  • Neasden Clinic

    0208 450 1334

News

COVID PROTOCOL UPDATE!!

11 March 2022 | Jo


The government has updated their advice to us about how to proceed with the new Omicron Covid 19 variant. We are now expected to liv...

News

RCVS Covid-19 Guidelines

25 February 2022 | Jo


RCVS CORONAVIRUS GUIDELINES FEBRUARY 2022!

Please note that at Allpets we are adhering to our request to wear a mask, distance by sittin...

News

NEASDEN CLINIC IS NOT CLOSED!!

11 February 2022 | Jo


We are not closed!!

Due to the national shortage of veterinarians we have been unable to recruit since Poppy left us last July. This has mean...

News

REGISTRATION

14 November 2021 | Jo


Dear clients, in order to get all your details correct on your Client Records, please use the link on this website to register your pet. This means...

News

ZOOM PUPPY CLASSES

21 February 2021 | Jo


Due to lack of take up we have stopped our weekly Zoom class. As much as Joe and Jo like a chat, we felt it needed to be put on hold. With any luck...

Advice

Pet Travel from January 1st 2021!

12 January 2021 | Jo


Pet Passports:

Now we are no longer in the EU the Pet Passport Scheme is no longer operational. Your pet will still need a Rabies Vaccination...

Offers

Cat Boarding at our Neasden clinic

07 December 2020 | Jo


We offer cat boarding at our Neasden clinic. This gives you peace of mind while you are away, coupled with the knowledge that shou...

Advice

Coronavirus FAQ

07 December 2020 | AllPets


 

Allpets is happy to announce that we are opening normal Hours at our Sidmouth Parade clinic. We are still opening for reduced hou...

Advice

Covid-19 Advice from BVA

13 March 2020 | Jo


We are expecting advice for pet owners diagnosed with Covid-19 from Defra. In the meantime, our advice is:

  • Restrict con...

Our Pet Health Club

Our Pet Health Club is an easy and affordable way to ensure your pet is covered when it comes to preventative health. 

The scheme includes everything necessary for the prevention of fleas, worms and other parasites, as well as routine vaccinations. 

Routine Vaccinations

Ensuring that your animal is fully up to date with their vaccinations is one of the most important things you can do to safeguard their health as a pet owner.

Click here for key information on what, and when, you should be doing.