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Walker Green

How Much Does it Cost?

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£5 OFF YOUR FIRST CONSULTATION OR DOG/CAT VACCINATION!

We offer the highest standards at very reasonable prices.

Our standard consultation is for 15 minutes, rather than the more normal 10 minutes. We feel this is necessary to perform a thorough examination and have a proper conversation with you. For more complex problems we can offer longer consultations, if required.

Please see below for prices for common services and procedures. Check our offers page for any special prices that may apply from time to time.

Dog/Puppy Full vaccination course, health check and advice £45.00*
Dog annual booster vaccination, health check and advice £29.50*
Cat/kitten Full vaccination course, health check and advice £55.00*
Cat annual Full booster vaccination, health check and advice £33.00*
Cat/kitten ‘flu/enteritis only vaccination course, health check and advice £44.00*
Cat annual ‘flu/enteritis only booster vaccination, health check and advice £28.00*
Rabbit combined vaccine (Myxomatosis and Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease), health check and advice £34.00
15 minute Veterinary consultation £23.00*
Microchip implantation with vaccination/during surgical procedure £15.00
Nail clip with Nurse £5.00*
PETS health scheme for travelling overseas from £82.50
Cat neutering- male (castration) £42.50
Cat neutering- female (cat spay) £54.50
Dog neutering- male (castration) from £105.00
Dog neutering- female (bitch spay) from £135.00
Cat dental treatment under full general anaesthetic from £115.00
Dog dental treatment under full general anaesthetic from £125.00

 

*  Prices with asterisk include a £5 discount on professional fees that we offer to each pet that a new client registers with us, as highlighted above

We advise that all pet dogs, cats and rabbits are covered by good quality pet health insurance, such as Pet Plan. In the UK, we are lucky enough to have our own healthcare provided by the NHS, as a result many people have little understanding how much healthcare and drugs really cost. There is no pet equivalent to the NHS, although charities such as the PDSA and RSPCA are sometimes able to offer assistance to owners on state benefits. Their assistance is usually dependent on stringent means testing and only covers certain postcodes. Most households, even those on low incomes, are ineligible for their support.

The cost of caring for a sick pet can quickly mount up, especially if they need to see a specialist, or have long term conditions such as skin disease or diabetes. With comprehensive health cover from a good insurance provider, you will have peace of mind that whatever the circumstances, all your decisions can be based on what is best for your pet and your family.

Please, for your pet’s and your own sake – insure them!

If you are registering with us for the first time, we will give you £5 off professional fees (vet consultation, vaccination etc) for each pet registered *

*Excludes rabbit vaccination