ALERT: 
  We are seeing lots of pets with fleas, see below for how to best get rid of them

Cat Neutering Scheme

The charity Cats Protection are running a scheme in the East Midlands to help owners get their cats neutered. Participating veterinary practices such as ours will neuter your cat (spey or castrate) for £10, with Cats Protection contributing towards the cost of the operation.
 
To be eligible, owners will need to be in receipt of a means tested benefit:
  • Income support
  • Housing benefit
  • Council tax benefit
  • Pension credit
  • State pension
  • Income based ESA
  • Income based JSA
  • Working tax credit
  • Universal credit
OR earning an annual income of less than £15,000.
 
Proof of eligibility is required, such as a benefits agency letter, wage slip, proof of full-time student status or a bank statement. 

Stray cats can also be neutered under the campaign as long as an exhaustive search for owners has taken place. This is not means tested.
 
If you would like to take advantage of this scheme, please phone the surgery to book your cat in for the operation. We have vouchers here for you to fill in. Cats can be neutered from 4 months of age.
 

Having Trouble with Fleas?

Having Trouble with Fleas?

We are seeing high numbers of pets with fleas, some having been treated with well known flea products. Please click the photo for more information about fleas, and the newer flea control products now available.

Pet Plan Awards

Pet Plan Awards

Pet Plan Award nominations are now open! Have our vets, nurses or receptionists gone above and beyond to help you or your pet? If so, you can nominate them for a Pet Plan Award. Click on the image above for more details. The closing date is 12th January

Cat Friendly Clinic

Cat Friendly Clinic

We are one of only four practices in Derbyshire recognised by the ISFM (International Society of Feline Medicine) as being a Cat Friendly Practice. Click on the image for more information

Reverse Sneezing

Reverse Sneezing

Does your dog make a weird snorting choking sound sometimes? It could be Reverse Sneezing. Click on the photo for more information