• Sidmouth Parade Clinic

    0208 459 3010

  • Neasden Clinic

    0208 450 1334


See below for information of some of the more common services we provide in-house. We also offer other treatments and work alongside specialist referral clinics and laboratories when necessary. For further information on any of our services please contact us via phone or email.


Kittens and Cats: 

Kittens can start their vaccination course from 9 weeks of age, and&nb...

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Everyone needs a trip to the dentist from time to time, and your pets are no different. In fact, dental disease is on...

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An ultrasound examination is an imaging technique in which deep structures of the body can be visualised, allowing ea...

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Radiography is a technique that allows us to visualise your pet's bones and joints. We can pick up disease change...

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Pet Passports

Pet Passports allow you to travel abroad with your dog, cat or ferret.

Animals must be microchipped and up to d...

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Puppy and Junior Classes

For owners of puppies and young dogs we host Pups2Dogs, Training and Behavioural Classes organised and run by canine ...

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Cat Boarding

Our Neasden branch provides boarding for cats and rabbits.

Guests are provided with food, water and company by ...

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Behavioural Advice

Whether you wish to correct undesirable behaviour or are simply curious about why your pet acts as it does, we a...

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We can perform neutering on all domestic animals at both our Sidmouth and Neasden clinics.

Neutering in females...

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Microchipping your pet is one of the most important things you can do as a cat or dog owner.

Micrchipping your ...

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Nutritional Advice

Regardless of the age, breed or lifestyle of your pet, as well as any health is...

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Parasite Prevention & Control

There are two categories of parasites that can affect your pets - endoparasites and ectoparasites. Endoparasites are ...

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