Wellpets provide a wide range of free nurse clinics
Our nurses are on hand to offer free nurse clinics; they can give advice on a variety of healthcare issues.
These clinics are a perfect opportunity for your new puppy or kitten to get to know the surgery and have a positive experience at the vets!
Our nurses can give lots of advice on taking care of your new arrival, including feeding, vaccination, neutering, flea and worm treatments, basic training and more. You can talk through any of your worries or issues with the nurse.
It is very common for dogs and cats to put on weight after they have been neutered, this is due to their reduced calorie requirement. If you are concerned about your pet’s weight, we offer free weight clinics for your pet to come in and be weighed by the nurse. They can also offer advice on weight loss or weight gain if necessary.
If you have trouble clipping your dog, cat or rabbit’s nails, or are worried about how to go about doing it, we have nurse nail clip appointments available.
Pet Health Club members receive free nail clippings with nurses.
Flea and worming treatments can be very specific to your pet, they can vary based on the animal's lifestyle and their weight.
Our nurses can assist you with selecting the right treatment for you and your pet, apply the treatment for you and will be happy to show you some top tips on how to do these important routine procedures at home.
As cats and dogs age, just like humans, their bodies begin to experience effects of wear and tear. Older pets are prone to certain conditions such as: diabetes, arthritis, kidney problems and dental disease. By recognising and managing these issues early on, we can help slow their progression.
We believe that the best treatment is preventative. Therefore we offer Senior Pet Nurse Clinics for all cats and dogs over the age of 7, to help detect any problems at the earliest possible stage. These clinics include a comprehensive blood test to check your pet’s major internal organs, a nurse health check, urine analysis and weight and dental advice.
During these clinics the nurse can check your pet’s gums and teeth for any sign of tartar build-up and gingivitis, she will then be able to advise you on a variety of different methods for looking after your pet’s mouth.
After your pet has had a routine operation such as a neutering or dental, the nurse is able to conduct post-operative checks to monitor how well they are recovering.
Our nurses can advise you on how best to care for your pet at this time.
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