Small Animal Practice


Home visits


Home visits are available during normal opening hours. Please be aware that if your pet is ill and requires treatment, or in an emergency situation, a home visit is not advised and you will be asked to bring your pet to the surgery. This allows the vet full access to drugs, equipment, facilities and trained staff to properly treat your pet.

Please telephone the practice if you require a home visit.


Nurse clinics


As part of our commitment to your pet’s care we offer FREE nurse clinics to our clients. These cover a wide range of areas and some examples are given below. Please do note however that the law does not allow your veterinary nurse to diagnose illnesses or medical conditions. Therefore if you think your pet is ill, please book an appointment with one of our vets. You are welcome to telephone the surgery and speak to a nurse for advice if you are unsure.

Examples of nurse clinics:



Chobham surgery (by appointment)
Monday, Wednesday and Friday                              4.30pm – 5.00pm
Tuesday and Thursday                                             4.00pm – 4.30pm
Lightwater surgery (by appointment)
Wednesday                                                              11.00am – 12.00pm
Chertsey surgery (by appointment)
Wednesday                                                             3.30pm - 4.40pm
Friday                                                                      10.30am – 11.30am.



We offer a full neutering service for your pets. Neutering can be booked any weekday. If you would like to discuss neutering options for your pet then please telephone the practice and ask to speak to a nurse who will be happy to answer any of your questions.



The practice highly recommends that you have your pet vaccinated to protect against a number of diseases that can prove fatal.




Routine vaccination covers-






Given yearly

Kennel cough vaccination


Given yearly.  Can be given at the same time as the booster

Rabies vaccination


See information under “pet passports”



Routine vaccination covers-






Given yearly


Rabies vaccination

See information under “pet passports”




Vaccinated against-



Pups and kittens


Worm every 2 weeks until 12 weeks old
Then worm every month until 6 months old
At 6 months of age treat as an adult (see below)


Adult dogs and cats



Please contact the surgery to discuss the worming products available and your pet’s particular needs.


Pet passports


The pet passport scheme now allows you to take your dog or cat abroad to certain countries and then return to this country without your pet having to spend time in quarantine. For full details of the pet passport scheme, including to which countries it applies, please look at the DEFRA website (
In order that your pet can be eligible for the pet passport scheme certain veterinary requirements must be met.

Please contact the practice for further information.


Do you need a vet?


Sometimes it can be difficult to decide if your pet needs to see a vet. If you are unsure if your pet requires veterinary attention then please telephone the surgery and ask to speak to a nurse for advice. If your call is outside normal opening hours then you will be able to leave a message for the duty vet to contact you.
In some cases you may be able to see a nurse in the free nurse clinic who will then decide if vet attention is required.
We would much rather you spoke to us early if your pet is unwell, rather than leave it until the condition has deteriorated. We are also happy to set your mind at rest if you do not need to see the vet.

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