Routine Clinics (fee paying)
Nurses are happy to give the second part of a canine vaccination, administer medications (topical ear/eye drops or give injections) at the direction of a vet. They will also clip nails, reapply bandages, remove stitches and clean wounds.
Geriatric Clinics (fee paying)
Animals, just like humans, often need more care as they get older. At geriatric clinics nurses will examine your animals and highlight any health concerns. They can then make suggestions as to how we might help keep your pet active and healthy.
Please try and bring a fresh urine sample from your pet to this consultation.
Dental Clinics (free)
Nurses will examine a pets mouth, discuss dental concerns, help owners with how to brush their pets teeth and keep teeth healthy.
Weight Clinics (free)
Nurses are trained and enthusiastic about managing pets weight. They can help design a healthy diet for your pet.
All clinics are run from the Hospital at Christchurch unless indicated. (Please request another time if you are unable to make any of the clinics below and the nurses will try to accommodate your needs).
Wednesday 11.00-12.30 at Highcliffe