At our practice we aim to look after all your pet's. We offer a variety of consulting times for you to arrange an appoinment at your convenience, our aim is to provide a high level of clinical care in a friendly and relaxed environment. Continuity of care is essential to our approach so will we always endeavour to offer you a consultation to see the vet of your choice at a time that suits you.
We offer first opinion consults for all your pets health concerns, as well as preventative care such as healthchecks and vaccinations.
In addition, as official veterinarians, we also offer PETS travel scheme & Export Health Certification, we will be happy to help with any other of your pets needs for travelling.
We have a fully equipped laboratory including microscopy and blood sample analysis machines which allow us to obtain rapid and accurate results for urgent cases.
We also have an imaging suite including a new state of the art digital x-ray machine to produce top quality diagnostic images and a modern ultrasound scanning machine. In some cases this enables us to reach a diagnosis without further invasive tests.
We also have a Doppler blood pressure monitor, allowing us to monitor your pets blood pressure in a non-stressful way.
Dental disease has now become one of the most common diseases of cats and dogs. There are many factors that affect the rate of dental disease, and it will affect the majority of pets at some stage in their lifetime.
Our team of professionals can give you the best advice on your pets dental hygiene. If needed we have a modern dental suite, equipped with an ultrasonic descaler. We also perform dental surgery, such as tooth extractions.
Hospitalised patients will get peace and quiet in a warm comfortable environment speeding their rate of recovery and making their stay more relaxed. Infectious cases can also be able to be isolated from other animals helping to ensure that your pet does not pick up infection from other people’s animals during their stay with us.
We do our very best to offer a cosy, comfortable environment for your pet during its recovery, giving you peace of mind in knowing that they are in caring hands.
Nurse clinics offered include:
- Nail clipping
- Emptying anal glands
- Advice on worming
- Advice on flea prevention
- Behavioural consultations
- Diet advice and weight watchers clinics
- Dental care advice
- Post surgical check ups and suture removal
- Pre-puppy purchase chats
- Mobility Clinics
- Senior Clinics
- Well cat screening
- 6 month health checks
- Neutering advice
Oundle & Thrapston Veterinary surgeries are proud to announce the addition of a "K-Laser". The machine offers therapeutic laser treatments for advanced pain relief and enhanced tissue/wound healing. The K-Laser can be effective as a combined therapy for many conditions such as Lick Granulomas, Acute and Chronic pain, Fractures, Arthritis, Post Surgical Incisions, Hip dysplasia, Hot Spots and Trauma.
Laser Therapeutic Effects
During each painless treatment, laser energy increases circulation, drawing water, oxygen, and nutrients to the damaged area. This creates an optimal healing environment that reduces inflammation, swelling, muscle spasms, stiffness, and pain.
Referrals and visiting specialists
We are delighted to be able to work alongside European Veterinary Specialists in their respective fields and we are able to offer services in the following specialist areas:
Orthopaedics, Maxillofacial and Oral Dentistry, Ophthalmology, Dermatology and Physiotherapy.
Our referral services are carried out at our sister practice Byre Veterinary Referrals. You can rest assured that your pet will recieve the same high level of quality and patient care at all of our practices.
Byre Veterinary Referrals situated on: 32 Papyrus Rd, Peterborough PE4 5BH
Most areas of surgery are offered including neutering, lump removals and more complex soft tissue procedures.
We routinely offer pre-anaesthetic blood screens to check the health of the liver and kidneys in older patients requiring a general anaesthetic. By doing so we can identify higher risk patients and put measures in place to make their anaesthetic as safe as possible.